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 …

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 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 …

Gluten Free in the Big Easy: Part One

New Orleans has always been a semi fictitious world for me. It was a mystical world that came to me through novels, primarily those of Anne Rice novels, and seemed an endless clash of old and new. A southern city of hazy humid days and busy bustling nights; So of course it was someplace I’d Read More …

Asheville North Carolina: A Must Visit Gluten Free Destination

**Note: I just found a bunch of reviews that had been lost in the shuffle of life transitions over the past year or so, but I wanted to share anyway. This is one of them.** North Carolina has become a hot bed of transplanted New Yorker’s escaping the steep costs and clutter of a down state Read More …