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I am a Ex chef of the rich and famous. A celiac for 7 years now. WHAT I AM DOING NOW: *Going to restaurants and business and teaching their staff, prepare and serve gluten free meals. courses at a local college. *Making all my own celiac food from scratch. *Helping others to work out there problems involving food. **GOAL:To teach my knowledge to every one who needs it so they can go on a trip or out to a restaurant and not fear the GLUTEN FOOD MONSTER! Visit my site: http://chefdanielp.com

  1. Buy a whole chicken breast (complete with both sides still attached) or carve out the chicken breast for a whole chicken. Take the whole breast, both sides and they should be attached together...
  2. Celiac.com 06/03/2008 - As you travel and experience the sites of the world you are going to have to stop at a restaurant or destination that has a small kitchen. Let me tell you a little bit about...
  3. Celiac.com 05/25/2008 - When traveling should you go to a restaurant with a gluten-free menu or not—that is the question. It is important to let you know that because of your comments I can come u...
  4. Celiac.com 05/20/2008 - I am going to be honest—I have not traveled outside the U.S.A. except for Mexico and Canada. When I went to Mexico it was on a cruise ship, so that meant I could eat on t...
  5. Celiac.com 05/16/2008 - Knowing the Kitchen on Your Travels As you travel there is no way around it—you need to eat at a restaurant. If you are like me, you probably don’t look forward towards eat...
  6. Celiac.com 05/14/2008 - Staying at a Hotel or Bed and Breakfast with Breakfast Included With your trip you will have to stay at a hotel or resort. I am going to discuss my thoughts on how to eat...
  7. Celiac.com 05/08/2008 - I am here to help you with your needs as you travel, and to be able to keep the "Gluten Monster" away, so you can enjoy your trip. When getting ready to fly you have to expect...
  8. Celiac.com 05/05/2008 - We have all had our terrible times at a restaurant. It doesn't matter if it is your local diner or a 5 Star restaurant--it is hard to have somebody make our food if the smallest...
  9. We are now talking about some of the terms that are used in the kitchen that you might need to know in order to help you decide how your food is prepared. Broiled: The two I am talking about is where the fire is above your food and below your food. Above. Your food sits on a grill...
  10. Here is a from letter I made up so you can take this with you on the cruise.. You will want to fill in the menu before you get there and have blanks for other meals you did not plan. The most important issues is the room number, table number and your time of dinner that you are eating at in...
  11. This is a person’s preference if they eat at a local restaurant at a port.  I get way too sick if I try this--like I said before. I can only suggest how to try to do it but it is you doing it and I can't guarantee any results because I am not cooking or serving the food.GOOD LUCKTo...
  12. It is very important to arrive for the first dinner.  You don't have to always go to dinner in the main dinning room when there is the entire ship to eat at if you wish to try your luck outside the main dinning room.  Arriving at the first dinner is your chance to introduce yourself...
  13. The time has come and all your hard work is going to pay off.  Now to make sure you are ready. You must make sure you have your first night's meal with you.  You don't want to have to find your luggage and retrieve it from your room.  You might not be able to get to your luggage...
  14. This is what you should have done. Or get all done before your departing date.Booked your cruise with the agent and let them know you have a special diet (sometimes it goes through and sometimes it doesn't). Be safe and figure they screwed up.Make sure you know your room number, time you are eating...
  15. Right to the point since this is the second time and some folks are following this blog.This is a Carnival menu we will use as if I was going to dinner and what I would eat. First the menu that was sent to us before we left port:DINNER MENU day 3STARTERS   crusted Crispy shrimp quenellesaccompanied...