In light of what we know about flour staying in the air for 24 hours, I'm wondering what your policies are for visiting other peoples' homes after they have been baking.
My close friends know not to bake if I am coming over that day or the next. But sometimes I'm invited to dinner parties or potlucks at acquaintances' houses - my rule of thumb with this is to ask the host the day of the party if they plan on baking something, or already have. If yes, I do not go. But I'm wondering if this is overly cautious, and if one or two cups of flour used for a cake hours before really will be potent enough affect me if I'm in their home.
Just spotted the first of Enjoy Life's reformulated cookies in the grocery store today (Fairway in NYC). Bought a box of the Chocolate Chip and while I already thought the old ones were very good and it doesn't look like the ingredients have changed much, they are noticeably better!
I will be spending some time in Middlebury, VT this summer. Very pleased that it looks like Hannaford and Shaw's are both there, as they usually have a good selection of gluten-free groceries, but I am curious about eating out. Any celiac-friendly places in town or near by?
I'm flying NYC to Rome on Alitalia in a few days. I normally steer very clear of airline gluten-free meals and bring my own food instead. But, it occurred to me that because Italy is celiac savvy Alitalia's meal might be worth looking into. I will call them to ask about it, but am wondering if anyone has had the meal recently.