110 Seasonal Salad with Salmon

Gluten Free at 110 Grill (Wayland, MA)

We had heard lots of good things about 110 Grill from another celiac family for a few years before it came to Wayland, so when it arrived I was excited, and of course I went immediately. Actually, somehow, it took me 2 years to go. And after eating there, I have no idea why it took me so long.  The waitstaff and manager was impeccable. For … Continue reading Gluten Free at 110 Grill (Wayland, MA)

Mountain View from the Patio

Gluten Free Dining on the Mountain

At Beaver Creek, there are three cabins on the mountain: Allie’s, Beano’s and Zach’s. Allie’s Cabin is used for various breakfast packages. Beano’s and Zach’s both offer dinner each night. These dining experiences are simply magical as you’re pulled up to the restaurant in a sleigh behind a snowcat. And, there is actually a fourth cabin that you can dine at now called Anderson’s Cabin … Continue reading Gluten Free Dining on the Mountain

Call Me Fit. Call Me Strong.

Call Me Fit. Call Me Strong.

This weekend as I sat down for dinner, my waitress and I hit it off as we discussed that we were running the same half marathon. Eating at a restaurant that was food allergy conscious, I then told her that I had multiple food allergies and celiac disease as I asked to speak with a chef. Her reply was simply, “No wonder you’re so skinny.” This … Continue reading Call Me Fit. Call Me Strong.

Gourmet On The Go: Rice Krispies Treat

Honestly, I was a  picky eater before I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease, so I never tried a traditional Rice Krispies treat.  So why try a gluten free one?! When I read Babycakes Covers the Classics, I realized just how simple these are too make! Plus, they’re easy to wrap and bring on the go too. Now, my friends tell me these don’t taste “gluten … Continue reading Gourmet On The Go: Rice Krispies Treat