Traveling Abroad

Venturing Abroad as a Gluten-Free Traveler – Tips & Advice on What to Expect

As I sit here on our return flight after a two-week family trip to Italy, I marvel at how we did it. Not how we traveled with two teenagers, but how we managed to do it without any major gluten-free dining snags! As any of you who have traveled abroad know, this is no small feat. It’s a landscape […]

Aspen

Hitting The Slopes

Hitting the Slopes in a Gluten-Free Friendly Western Ski Town There’s nothing quite like spring skiing out West. The temperatures are tolerable, there’s a great base of snow built up on the slopes, and there’s even a good chance for some fresh powder, too! With our boys’ spring break falling in March this past year, when ski resorts are […]

Cruise Scenery

A Gluten-Free Journey

Aboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas Ever since we took our first cruise as a family almost nine years ago, we’d been talking about going on another. I get many cruise reviews submitted to my website, and over the years I’ve been impressed by what I’ve heard about the Royal Caribbean cruise line. Back in 2012, they formalized […]

East Coast Beach

Gluten-Free By The Sea

Dining Gluten-Free in America’s East Coast Beach Towns Since I was a child, I’ve been visiting Ocean City, Maryland, and my husband and I have continued the tradition by taking our own kids there each summer. It’s a popular beach town full of attractions like mini golf, amusement parks, movie theaters, water slides, go-karts, and a boardwalk spanning over 30 blocks. […]

Amsterdam Bicycles

Amsterdam: Gluten-Free Friendly

Amsterdam. The name of the city conjures up the taboo of The Red Light District, the infamous coffee shops, windmills, bicycles, tulips, and wooden clogs. For those of us traveling with gluten-sensitivity or celiac disease? This city name, or any other, conjures up thoughts of the unfamiliar and feelings of anxiety. Put your worries aside, […]

Burgundy, France

Burgundy France

My husband and I don’t plan traditional vacations to go museum hopping or take guided tours to learn about the history of an area. Instead, for us there is usually only one major criteria when planning our holiday destination: what will we have to eat? Being true foodies, the thrill of culinary delight is often […]