Entries from January 2010

Gluten-Free Ashville, North Carolina: Posana Cafe

Celiac Disease, CeliacChicks Around The World, NORTH CAROLINA, Restaurants

Gluten-Free Ashville, North Carolina: Posana Cafe

13 Comments 29 January 2010

  Please welcome guest blogger Elyse Sparkes. She has been living gluten-free for 5 years. As a personal trainer, she advocates health and wellness in NYC through SparkesWellness. Elyse loves to discover new naturally gluten-free restaurants in NYC and abroad. Posana CafeOne Biltmore Avenue Asheville, NC 28801828.505.3969 I had the pleasure of stumbling upon the […]

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Bakeries, Events, NEW YORK

Gluten-Free Cocktail Party At Everybody Eats

1 Comment 14 January 2010

WHENSaturday, February 6, from 4:00 to 9:00 pm WHATA cocktail party hosted by Everybody Eats at their 100% gluten-free facility. Complimentary wines, cheese and gluten-free crackers, pizza, freshly prepared panini, and a 30% discount on purchases made during the party.

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Celiac Disease Benefit


Celiac Disease Benefit

1 Comment 07 January 2010

It's that time of year again! I'm hosting An Evening with the Paul Taylor Dance Company to benefit the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University, Tuesday, March 9, 2010 at 7pm at New York City Center, with a pre-performance reception beginning at 5:45pm. 

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Events, NEW YORK, Restaurants

Gluten-Free Dinner At The Culinary Institute Of America

8 Comments 05 January 2010

One of my friends just gave me the latest Culinary Institute Of America mailer with page 15 flagged. Turns out there is going to be a gluten-free dinner event that sounds amazing! What:Gluten-Free Gourmet is the title of the event. Chef Theo Roe temps us with descriptions of a four-course meal that includes chestnut agnolotti […]

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