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Ruth

Member Since 22 Mar 2004
Offline Last Active Oct 04 2013 04:08 AM
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Bermuda: Looking For Recommendations

04 October 2013 - 04:07 AM

My husband and I are heading to Bermuda for a long weekend. Has anyone been recently and have dining recommendations? Looking for a bit of everything: Quick lunch, relaxing brunch, romantic dinners, etc.

Thanks!


London

03 August 2013 - 05:47 PM

Just wanted to share our recent experiences in London! We had a great trip: here's where we ate:
Cote Bistro/brasserie: multiple locations throughout the city. We ate at two different locations; Kennsington & near St. Paul's Cathedral. Both have great gluten-free menus and attentive staff.
Belle Italia: also multiple locations throughout the city. We ate at the South Kennsington location. Excellent gluten-free menu. Pizza, grilled chicken salad. All excellent.
Honest Burger: Soho location. This is amazing!! Everything is gluten-free (except the regular buns, but they have a gluten-free bun) burgers, vegetarian fritters, rosemary "chips" (French fries) So good, we went there twice:) also the have homemade lemonade, gluten-free beer, ice tea, etc, YUM!
Brown's: multiple locations, we went to the Victoria Station location. Good gluten-free menu, steak, chicken, etc.
Otto: really unique Gluten free cornmeal crust pizza. Unlike anything we have had before, and really great! It is located in knotting hill, a little out of the way, but worth the trip!
We stayed in an apartment style hotel to accomodate our family of 5. Having a kitchen was good for breakfast and packing a lunch every day. We bought Genius gluten-free bread at the local Tesco market. We also went to Whole Foods in Kennsington, but is wasn't as good for gluten-free as I would have thought. We brought our own cereal, macro bars, and glutinous pretzels.
I'm happy to answer any specific questions of your are planing a trip to London!

College Search: Which Colleges Really Do A Good Job W/gluten-free?

04 April 2013 - 07:02 AM

My daughter is a HS junior and has begun her college search. She has been gluten-free for 9 years. She also has other food allergies.

Obviously, the competance of the dining services will be a major part of her college decision. Does any one have any input on what colleges are really good or not good at handling gluten-free diets and food allergies?

She is primarily interested in schools in the Northeast and possibly the mid-atlantic area.

We would love some input from people with recent, first hand experience either attending college or who have recently visited.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks!