Posted 19 September 2012 - 10:35 AM
I will be cooking most of our meals at our lodge, but I'm sure we will eat out at some point. Side note - has anyone noticed how much easier it is for a Celiac just to rent a place with a kitchen!
Posted 19 September 2012 - 11:28 AM
At Breckinridge ski resort, there is a little place inside the Ski Hil Grill that has gluten-free chili, and paninis made with Sandwich Petals. It looks like a coffee place. Not sure if its open in the summer. That is probably a main base for summer activities, too. Not cheap, but nothing in that area is.
We always get a condo so we can cook. We did that before Celiac. Its just easier, when you are tired, to stay in. You eat better, too. How often does a person have a burger and fries and an apple when they eat out?
I just got a set of backpacking pans. They fit inside each other and are light weight. I have found that the pans in rentals are often well worn teflon. I, also, bring a cutting mat, collapsable colander, some cooking spoons/spatuals, and toastit bags. Get foil when you are there and you can put 2 layers of foil on the cookie sheet and make Ore-Ida fries in the oven. I got some foil grilling pans. Hub lines them up in the grill so the holes are between the slats and opens them a bit more to let grease out. Some grills are so gross, I can't imagine anyone wanting to put food on them.
Forgot: There is a Bubba Gumps in Breck. I have not been to one but I have heard they are good for gluten-free.
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Posted 19 September 2012 - 12:36 PM
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