You too can take that 213$ Cross Country Train Ride even if You’re Gluten Free

By now you’ve probably seen the article circulating about how you can travel across the USA for 213$ (the author did it for 429$ really…) via Amtrak’s California Zephyr and Lake Shore Limited trains. For those gluten free adventurers this may seem like a daunting task that’ll leave you wide stretches with no safe food, but I’m Read More …

A+ Gluten Free Cruise Experience on Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas

First off, let me admit that sometimes I am a TOTAL slacker when it comes to posting larger reviews. For that I do apologize, but sometimes life gets the best of you and 2016 was one hell of a year full of my own health issues, family deaths, and more. I’ve had this post sitting Read More …

Portland Oregon: A Quality Gluten Free Destination

Portland was the last stop in our Northwestern vacation, and we pulled into the area as the sun began to set. I was already abuzz with excitement to visiting this city and we wasted no time getting in some natural sight seeing before finding a hotel with a stop to Multnomah Falls, the largest waterfall Read More …

Gluten Free Stops between Seattle and Portland

Earlier this year I shared my experiences with traveling gluten free in Seattle Washington, with the next stop of our trip being a day hike at Mount Rainier. In typical gluten free fashion I stocked a few different gluten free snacks in my pack for the day: trail mix, power bars, peaches we picked up Read More …

Seven Places to Dine or Drink Gluten Free in Atlantic City

I don’t often visit places more than once, but Atlantic City has been a destination I’ve visited many a time over the past few summers. While I don’t like to gamble too much (I’ll play maybe $50-$100 total over a weekend) I love a good beach day and lounging evening/night full of people watching. I Read More …

Top Gluten Free Picks in Seattle Washington

For someone who has spent her entire life on the east coast of the United States I have a strange fascination with the other side of the country. I went to Vancouver at the end of college for a conference and was instantly hooked by the dense forests and the spot where the mountains meet Read More …

Gluten Free in the Big Easy: Part Four

Our final full day in New Orleans had us making another trolley ride to what had the potential to be one of the most awesome, and diabetic inducing, breakfasts of my entire gluten free life: Gourmet gluten free waffles from Waffles on Maple. This small place specializes in, you guessed it, waffles and has been Read More …

Gluten Free in the Big Easy: Part Three

Now that you’ve read up on Parts one and two of our trip, the next part of our New Orleans Trip found us at the Ruby Slipper to start the day. The Ruby Slipper is a mini chain of restaurants that offers a variety of simple southern inspired dishes. The service is quick, friendly and Read More …

Gluten Free in the Big Easy: Part Two

Our next day was spent strolling through the French Quarter, and of course a tour of one of the more well known cemeteries. We started in the French Market, a three hundred year old flea and farmer’s market located along the Mississippi River. Spanning for 6 blocks you can find a great variety of things here including Read More …