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Travelling GLUTEN FREE in NYC: (Joe's Crab Shack, Friedman's, Panera Bread, King Yum and Max Brenner) in November 2015

Since my  last NYC Trip (in May 2015), there have been new openings, new restaurants and of course new Menus in the Big Apple. So happy that I have a great choice of restaurants when I visit, this is my experience of some of the meals whilst in NYC in November 2015: 1,726 more words

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Attending & Tasting at the Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest in Stamford, CT, USA (October 2015 With Photos & Links)...

I enjoy attending GLUTEN FREE Events, as they’re a great opportunity to try new and exciting GLUTEN FREE Foods and products, as well as understanding what’s happening in our very competitive sector.

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Sunday Morning French Toast Breakfast (gluten-free)

Every time Sunday rolls around I’m always asking myself, what should I make for breakfast today? Well this Sunday I decided to whip up something ‘quick and easy’ as usual :) but different and still deliciously satisfying.   222 more words


Flying Gluten Free: British Airways (Club World) Special Gluten Free Meal versus Regular selection: Dinner & Breakfast, Lunch & Afternoon tea and Dinner & Breakfast (Autumn 2015)...

Flying is always exciting but I usually pre-ordering the GLUTEN FREE Meal. It is a frustration of mine that with several allergies, I have to decide which one is the “worst” as Airlines (including BA) do not do a combined Lactose Free and Gluten Free meals on their… 2,182 more words

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Olive and Bacon Focaccia

I am always looking for variations on the gluten free bread theme and so thought I would try this recipe.

As a taste test, I made half the dough mixture for this recipe and then used 1/2 pkt Well & Good Crusty Bread Mix to make the second focaccia. 195 more words


Simple Buckwheat and Brown Rice Bread

For the gluten – free folk out there here is a very simple bread to make. Made with buckwheat flour and brown rice flour, this bread is very light but filling. 258 more words


GF Oat Bread (without yeast)

I wanted to make a not so sweet bread without yeast. Yeast bread is great, but with GF flour, it tends to be hard and crumbly, and takes a long waiting time. 215 more words