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mama2

Moving To Lisbon Ohio

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Hello everyone! It's been awhile since I have been on. My husband got a new job and we moved from Dayton oh area , to Lisbon Oh (near youngstown & pittsburgh pa sorta). I was wondering if anyone was from the area and could give me some advice. I am trying to find places to shop and eatout at.

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There is a Carrabas in the Boardman area that is very good.The Raisin Rack in Canton area.

No Whole Foods! In the CLeveland area there is some good eating places & gluten-free shopping. If you google Mike Eberhart & get on his blog , he is a friend from Cleveland. He also is a gluten-free publisher of a great cookbook..Gourmet Desserts.

He can give you a heads up on the Cleveland area.

In the Pgh area we have a WHole Foods, Trader Joe's East End Coop all selling gluten-free plus many more health stores. Sunnybridge in McMurray Pa. Loribakes in McDonald. Pa she has a cafe & bakery all wonderful goodies.......Gluttenny in Squirrel Hill area of Pgh. ( bakery) Health HUt in Beaver Pa.

Kathy's Creations is a bakery in Alliance Oh.... Tommy's pizza in Strongsville Oh. There is an Italian place ( forget the name) near Kathy's creations Oh I think it is Pisanello's or something like that. None of us likes the gluten-free food there!I wouldn't go back.

I Sharon Pa htere is a excellent place to eat. www.ferraraatasteofitaly.com LOve it there.

Cindy's Health Food Store is in or around the Warren/Niles Oh area.

I'm an hour from Boardman but I'm the founder of a independant gluten-free group. We have a great group of people & I have people from the NY line coming to the meetings driving several hours to get here so please feel free to join us at our monthly meetings. If you are interested PM me & I can give you more info about the meetings.

hth

blessings

mamaw

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Hi

There is a Carrabas in the Boardman area that is very good.The Raisin Rack in Canton area.

No Whole Foods! In the CLeveland area there is some good eating places & gluten-free shopping. If you google Mike Eberhart & get on his blog , he is a friend from Cleveland. He also is a gluten-free publisher of a great cookbook..Gourmet Desserts.

He can give you a heads up on the Cleveland area.

In the Pgh area we have a WHole Foods, Trader Joe's East End Coop all selling gluten-free plus many more health stores. Sunnybridge in McMurray Pa. Loribakes in McDonald. Pa she has a cafe & bakery all wonderful goodies.......Gluttenny in Squirrel Hill area of Pgh. ( bakery) Health HUt in Beaver Pa.

Kathy's Creations is a bakery in Alliance Oh.... Tommy's pizza in Strongsville Oh. There is an Italian place ( forget the name) near Kathy's creations Oh I think it is Pisanello's or something like that. None of us likes the gluten-free food there!I wouldn't go back.

I Sharon Pa htere is a excellent place to eat. www.ferraraatasteofitaly.com LOve it there.

Cindy's Health Food Store is in or around the Warren/Niles Oh area.

I'm an hour from Boardman but I'm the founder of a independant gluten-free group. We have a great group of people & I have people from the NY line coming to the meetings driving several hours to get here so please feel free to join us at our monthly meetings. If you are interested PM me & I can give you more info about the meetings.

hth

blessings

mamaw

Thank you, thank you , thank you... I have been feeling knda lost. I will send you a PM about the meetings... once I remember how to send one ( it's been a while).

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