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A Perfect Gluten Free Sandwich at Nini's Deli →
This past weekend I had lunch at Nini’s Deli; a small, family owned, Cuban-Lebanese restaurant in Noble Square. Immediately upon walking inside, I knew I was in for a treat. The restaurant was welcoming and I was greeted by a man who I believe was the owners son. He was incredibly knowledgeable…
Anyone want to share some favorite gluten free recipes? I want to try some new stuff and I’m lacking in creativity. Thanks!
Anything on my blog!
Gluten Free Chicken and Waffles
@ The Addiction Bistro in LA
The only thing you have to specify gluten free is for buns or pasta. Everything else comes gluten free off the bat.
1st time in a long while it felt normal to order at a restaurant without having to ask 17,000 questions or special requests.
Their servers are adorable too. ‘Our chef has celiac, we don’t do gluten free because we think it’s fun.’
So who wants to fly down to LA with me this week?
Look for gluten in the most common of objects! But that really sucks…
Where do you kids go to celiac camp? Is it camp celiac in Rhode Island?
It’s Celiac Camp run by the Taylor Family Foundation in Livermore, California. It’s the last week in July every summer, this is our 8th summer. Registration opens on February 1st every year.
I have been a counselor every summer since the first.