Not long after I moved to Alexandria my friend introduced me to the Eveleigh Farmers’ Markets. When I went along with her for the first time I wasn’t expecting to buy anything – it was a nice day and therefore was perfect for a stroll to and around the markets.
I have been back many times since and what I love about them is not only the array of food on offer but the fact that the markets are full of the colour of flowers and fruit and there’s always a performer of some kind serenading the shoppers.
I was slightly concerned when I first decided to move to Banff in Canada for the winter season. The reason? Well it’s a small town and I was uncertain whether there would be many options for me when eating out.
But it turns out I had no need to be worried, as there are plenty of options when eating out including gluten free pizza from Boston Pizza.
My friends actually thought it was quite funny when I first saw the words ‘gluten free’ on the pizza menu, I think I squealed and jumped up and down in my seat. You see I More >
I thought I had written a post on Moo Gourmet Burgers as I have eaten there a couple of times, though it turns out I haven’t. However now seems like a good time to write a post as Moo Gourmet Burgers has just announced that starting November 7 all their beef burger patties will be gluten free.
This is exciting news for me as whilst I enjoyed the Moo burgers that I had, I was disappointed with the small selection available for us glutards. This change means that starting November 7, 17 of the 20 options can be gluten free when More >
I have been living out of hostels for almost 6 weeks now and one of the great things about them is that pretty much all provide free breakfast. However this is not such a perk when you are coeliac as the free breakfast tends to consist of toast, bagels and glutenous cereals. A number of them provide fruit which is good but not quite filling enough for breakfast!
I was traveling to NZ earlier in the year and because I had chosen Air New Zealand’s seat + bag option I wasn’t going to get any food on the plane. I therefore searched the airport for morning tea (to have at the airport) and lunch (to take on the plane). I noticed that Black Tonic Espresso Bar had a selection of gluten free muffins and therefore decided on the raspberry one for morning tea. I was pleasantly surprised, it was moist and actually tasted pretty good!
I felt in safe hands when seeing this sign…
One of the first things I went looking for when traveling around the US was a bar that I could have in my handbag for when I needed a snack. I was excited to find the LARABAR range in Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s (more on these in another post!).
The LARABAR range are a blend of unsweetened fruits, nuts and spices containing 100% whole food and no more than 2 to 9 ingredients. This means that they are all gluten free!
After trying my first LARABAR (Cherry Pie flavour) I was hooked and since then I have been attempting to try all More >