Hello, my gluten free foodies! We have been out of the loop for a long while, but we are back!
Some things have changed for us since we last saw you. At the beginning of this blog we were living on a farm in the rural southern United States. Now, we are city living in New England in the north eastern United States. Covid-19 has swept though the world since we last spoke, as well. The world is a much different place than it was when this blog started. It has been a rough several years for all of us, learning new ways to cope with the world as it is now. A lot of people have searched for a way to connect, a way to have a community through all this separation. The best way I know to bond with people, be it online or in person, is through food. I find food to be a great unifier.
With all of this in mind, we are adding a bit to the page, so you may notice some differences.
We will still be posting tested gluten free recipes. We have/will be adding some links to each recipe to help you find some of the ingredients we use to make it easier to replicate the recipes you find here. We want your food journey to be successful and we look forward to comments and questions!
We also want to include some travel tips and recommendations for gluten free travel. We will talk about some of the challenges we have faced with it and some of the ways we have figured out to make it easier. We will also mention some places we have visited and recommend to eat. We will add our reviews of these establishments and let you know what we enjoyed about them. There are many great places to eat out all around the world when you are gluten free, but they can be tricky to find. We hope to help just a but with that. We will only be mentioning places we have first hand knowledge of, so we may not be able to suggest a place in a particular town or state, but we will try our best.
Now, it’s been a while… allow me to reintroduce myself. My name is Jeani. I am a classically trained chef that specializes in gluten free cooking. My gluten free journey started when I met my wife, a celiac. Gluten makes her very sick and I have spent the last decade making sure she has delicious food that is also safe for her to eat. It has been a learning experience, but we are willing to share what we have learned along the way.
Join us at our gluten free table. Let’s eat, let’s discuss, let’s learn and most of all…. let’s have fun in the process! Welcome!