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A Gluten Free Meal for the Ages (yes this really happened!).

charcuterie plate with gluten free toast points!
charcuterie plate with gluten free toast points!


  • annielicious14 5 years ago

    That actually brought a tear to my eye. I love that they did this. It shows their love for the food they serve. And just listening to you and seeing a piece of what whas offered. This is what eating should be all about no matter what the situation. Thank you for sharing this. Stories like this inspire me to greater things.

  • Amy 5 years ago

    Randi, I would love for you to blog more on your trip to Italy. I am planning a trip for next year and would love some more tips for gluten free traveling!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  • carol Marler 5 years ago

    I agree with Amy. We are planning a trip in September. Any gluten free info would be great!

  • GF Houston 5 years ago

    If you want to experience some great gluten-free desserts at home, that are rather simple to make, there are some great recipes in a book by Michael & Laura Eberhart from SureTalent Books called "Gluten-Free & Wheat-Free Gourmet Desserts". It can be found on the internet at and there are also some free recipes online there too that are quite wonderful. I have had some decent GF desserts at restaurants, but nothing as good as what I have made at home using recipes from this book. It'd be nice to try that Italian dish you wrote about to see if it could compare, but I can not see myself flying to Italy just to try it.

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