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American Airlines stops gluten-free meals on domestic flights by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I just got back from a trip to Alaska, which was fabulous!  There was one blemish on my flawless experience; American Airlines does not serve any special dietary meals on do ... Read on »
Miraculously delicious Mrs. Crimble's Cheese Bites by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I saw these Mrs. Crimble's sour cream and onion cheese bites at Central Market today and thought I'd give them a try. They are flaky, delicate and quite tasty. Sort of ... Read on »
Rocky Mountain Popcorn - Gluten free and delicious by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease On a recent late-night drive from Austin I stopped at a truck stop to find some snackage to help me stay awake. To my surprise, I came across Jalapeno flavored Rocky Mo ... Read on »
Gluten Free at the Food Shark in Marfa, TX by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease On a recent road trip, I was bemoaning the fact that I never got to eat at "cool" restaurants like a normal person. Well, I'm not sure how "normal" it was, but I wa ... Read on »
Baatar in Bedford by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Baatar - 1925 Airport Freeway, Bedford, TX Last night I ate at Baatar for the third time and felt no gluten symptoms, so I feel confident in recommending it even though ... Read on »
BJ's Restaurants by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease BJ's Restaurant Brewhouse offers good food in a fun atmosphere and, most importantly, has an easy-to-read allergy menu that will quickly point you in the right direction t ... Read on »
Starbucks - the new Gluten-Free plan by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease After a fairly unsuccessful attempt at launching a gluten-free line of baked goods mainly consisting of a packaged piece of sponge cake soaked in orange flavoring, Starb ... Read on »
Eating Gluten-Free in Thailand, Part 3 by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease If things go awry... Hopefully, this will not happen to you. I did not "get glutened" except by my own fault one time when I ordered an american-style hamburger in Tha ... Read on »
Eating Gluten-Free in Thailand, Part 2 by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Eating in restaurants is different in Thailand in a few, notable ways. Read on »
Eating Gluten-Free in Thailand, Part 1 by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I was intimidated to try travelling to SE Asia for the first time on my own, so I signed up with GAP Adventures because they promise to cater to special culinary needs. ... Read on »
Eating Gluten-Free in Siem Reap, Cambodia by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I admit I was somewhat terrified to travel alone to Siem Reap, Cambodia because I was afraid I wouldn't be able to figure out what I could eat that is gluten free. I ... Read on »
Flying Gluten Free to Thailand by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Recently I flew from the Dallas/Fort Worth area to Bangkok. I flew to Tokyo on American Airlines and then connected on Thai Airways to Bangkok. The first flight was 13 hou ... Read on »
How to make your own gluten-free yogurt by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Recently, a friend pointed out an old episode of Good Eats on youtube with Alton Brown that shows step by step how to make your own yogurt, yogurt cheese and finally frozen ... Read on »
Celiac for the holidays by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Here are some survival tips for the holidays: Read on »
Tastings - Gluten-Free Friendly by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I went to the Grapevine, Texas location of Tastings on Main Street this past week and had a phenomenal time. Of course, all wine is gluten free and they had sever ... Read on »
Tandoor Chef - Tikka Masala by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I came across this tasty frozen dinner at Whole Foods - a Chicken Tikka Masala by Tandoor Chef . While it doesn't have any ingredients listed as containing gluten it is ... Read on »
Martha Stewart pumpkin tart - de-glutened by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Recently, I made the pumpkin tart on a chocolate crust from Martha Stewart's Oct. 2009 magazine. I simply subbed the cup of all purpose flour for a cup of Bob's Red Mill ... Read on »
Genral Mills Fruit Snacks are gluten-free by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease I recently received a very generous package of Genral Mills Fruit Snacks to try. They were just as I remembered as a kid, quite sweet and tangy. While my tastes have ch ... Read on »
Easy, delicious gluten-free biscuit mix by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This past weekend I whipped up a batch of these 1 2 3 Southern Glory Biscuits . They are delicious. At first, I was concerned because the dough was really wet, but I ... Read on »
Wild Grape Bistro in Salt Lake City by jfriedberg Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease This past weekend I feasted at the Wild Grape Bistro in Salt Lake City. I had found it listed as gluten-free friendly on Urbanspoon.com so I went to check it out. The ... Read on »