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Tiffany Patient Expert

Atlanta, Georgia
My articles can be found on www.Celiac-Disease.com and www.GluenFreeQuestions.com. I contribute to the blog on Tirumph Dining (www.triumphdining.com/blog). I work as a gluten-free consultant with restaurants and food companies (www.glutenfreepromotions.com). My goal is to... Full Bio
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Sprouts Market is coming to Johns Creek! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease It's exciting that Sprouts Market opened in Snellville recently and I've heard it's a great store if you can get into it (according to the husband's co-workers, there is ... Read on »
Gluten-free events at Whole Foods by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease There is a gluten-free event at the Buckhead location of Whole Foods Market this weekend.  I'm not why the location is not listed on the above flyer that the demo ... Read on »
Fresh gluten-free pizza crust hits the ATL! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Up until last weekend, I'd only had wonderful FRESH gluten-free pizza crust in New York City.  At one time there was a place making fresh pizza crust in the metro Atlant ... Read on »
Celebrate - gluten-free cinnamon rolls! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease If you read my post about Sally's Gluten Free Bakery's killer cinnamon buns, and decided to check them out for yourself, you might have played a part in the bakery choosi ... Read on »
Gluten-free pie crust - easy as pie by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Making a traditional tasting pie crust made without gluten ingredients isn't particularly easy in my opinion.  For a ready-made crust, the Kinnikinnick product is very goo ... Read on »
Allergen free bakery in Alpharetta by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Another find on FindMeGlutenFree.com is Mama Bakes Safes Cakes in Alpharetta, GA.  Honestly, there are very few gluten-free, vegan cupcakes I've found worth eating s ... Read on »
Gluten-free crepes in the ATL! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Crepe Revolution went out of business quite a while ago.  I can't speak to the gluten crepes there, but the three gluten-free options were less than impressive in my o ... Read on »
Gluten-free brunch in North GA! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Buffet-style meals can be hit or miss when it comes to being gluten-free friendly.  Knowing what the safe options are and the placement of those dishes are equally importa ... Read on »
Shelf stable gluten-free baked goods at Publix by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease When my friend, Dionne, told me about the gluten-free rack in the bakery section at a Publix store, I decided I had to check it out the next time I went to Whole Foods in ... Read on »
Corner Bakery goes gluten-free! (sort of) by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Every so often, I go into a restaurant to inquire about gluten-free options just because I'm walking by it.  Most of the time, I'm fairly certain the gluten-free options a ... Read on »
Gluten-free in Greenville by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Greenville is pretty gluten-free friendly for such a small city.  We go there several times a year to visit in-laws, but often make it a day trip which doesn't allow for t ... Read on »
Tupelo Honey Cafe's gluten-free menu by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Tupelo Honey is expanding all around the South.  I remember going to the location in Asheville eons ago when it was a true 'hippie' joint. Now there are two locations in A ... Read on »
Cinnamon buns at Sally's Gluten Free Bakery! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Some of the best gluten-free cinnamon buns I've had in the past are not available in Atlanta and they can't be shipped here either.  So it was uber exciting when I ... Read on »
Words of caution: gluten-free dining in the ATL (and everywhere else) by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease It seems like every week a new restaurant in our area launches a gluten-free menu and while that used to be exciting, these days it's more important than ever to investiga ... Read on »
Top 10 gluten-free dining picks in the ATL by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Fried chicken plate at Chick-a-Biddy The restaurants on this list are not in any particular order.  Some places I get to more often than others, but I've ... Read on »
Food Truck Alley in Alpharetta by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Berry cobbler at Tin Roof Kitchen Food trucks have been popular for a while now, but honestly, I live in the burbs and rarely had a chance to check out th ... Read on »
Christophe's To Go - gluten-free options by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease Before I started using findmeglutenfree.com for dining options in my area, I searched Urbanspoon and Yelp!  The latter sites are not completely accurate (for gluten-free i ... Read on »
These are a few of my favorite things.... by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease If you live in the metro Atlanta area and have to follow a gluten-free diet, there isn't much to complain about.  Obviously, the initial shock of being told you have to st ... Read on »
Spring splurge - Afternoon Tea at Park 75! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease While it already feels like summer in the ATL, it is in fact, still spring.... One of my favorite spring rituals is enjoying Afternoon Tea.  Park 75 at Atlanta's Four ... Read on »
Mellow Mushroom steps up gluten-free game! by Tiffany Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Celiac Disease As a previous patron of Mellow Mushroom (over 8 years ago), I was super excited when they introduced a gluten-free pizza crust.  It was unfortunate that I didn't care for ... Read on »