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March 2010

Sam and Louie's joins Gluten Free Restaurant Menus list -- and offers coupons!

Sam and Louie's, an expanding chain of pizza restaurants currently in Nebraska and Iowa, now offers gluten-free New-York style pizza at all its locations. They have been added to GlutenFreeTravelSite's Gluten Free Restaurant Menus page. You can click on their link within the alphabetical list, or go directly to their "landing page" on our site, which includes information about their restaurants and links to their extensive gluten-free pizza and salad menu, locations, and coupons for $2-$3 savings on their gluten-free pizzas. So spread the word to your friends in Nebraska or Iowa, or visit them yourself if you live in or are traveling to the area! Read more →

The Best Gluten Free Bread I've Ever Made or Eaten

OK. let me preface this Blog post with a few disclaimers: First, I don't usually Blog about recipes (there are so many other Blogs that do a wonderful job with that). Second, I confess that I haven't spent years trying and perfecting gluten-free bread recipes. However, last week for St. Patrick's Day, I really felt compelled to try making a traditional Irish Soda Bread -- gluten-free. And here's the third confession -- I'm not even Irish, but my husband (and therefore my sons) are part Irish. So I planned the traditional St. Patty's Day feast of corned beef, potatoes, and Irish Soda Bread. The night before, I'd gone online to search for a good recipe, but I didn't want to search "Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread." I wanted to find a "regular" recipe and just swap out the regular flour for my own personal gluten-free flour substitute made by the Tom Sawyer company. It's a mix of gluten-free flours that can be substituted cup-for-cup for "regular" wheat flour in any recipe. The end result was BY FAR the best g-f bread I’ve had, either purchased or that I’ve made (again, I don't claim to have sampled/made dozens, just enough to... Read more →

Why not plan a trip to Gettysburg, PA and take in a little history? We have reviews of restaurants, a B&B, and grocery stores that take good care of gluten-free travelers. Read the reviews at Read more →

Gluten Free Faces social networking site now offers GlutenFreeTravelSite's search/mapping of gluten-free dining and travel reviews

GlutenFreeTravelSite has recently agreed to let social networking site Gluten Free Faces use its enhanced search and mapping feature on the Gluten Free Faces site. As you know, GlutenFreeTravelSite allows people on gluten-free diets to search and submit dining and travel reviews of restaurants, hotels/resorts, cruises, and grocery stores anywhere around the world that accommodate gluten-free diets. GlutenFreeTravelSite now has 900 establishments reviewed, and many are independent (non-chain) restaurants you may not have heard about. Users can search reviews by location and now even have the ability to narrow their search to the city/town or zip code level -- and map the results. Gluten Free Faces is a social networking site that allows people on gluten-free diets to share information and network with each other. They now have a tab on their Home page called "Gluten Free Maps" that allows users to directly access the GlutenFreeTravelSite search and mapping function -- and then click on any of the markers on the map to link to the user-submitted gluten-free review of that establishment. We hope you'll continue to visit GlutenFreeTravelSite to use this wonderful tool to find appropriate restaurants -- whether you're looking for a new place to dine in your... Read more →

Don't miss my "guest blogger" appearance on Gluten Free Bowl of Soul Blog ( ) this week. It's a wonderful blog to check out, and in my post I share the great news about the plethora of restaurants -- both independent and chains -- that are offering up gluten-free options on their menu (and how to learn more about these restaurants on our website ( ). Enjoy! Read more →

Gluten-Free Delivery Service in Orlando Makes Gluten-Free Travel Easier

Do you typically haul a bunch of shelf-table gluten-free snacks on trips with you (you know, your favorite gluten-free snack bars, crackers, cereals, chips, even peanut butter) so you don't have to "hunt down" safe snacks when you arrive at your destination? Well, now there's a better least if your travels take you to the Orlando area... I was recently introduced to a new company called Gluten Free Delivery Orlando, which helps provide a worry-free Orlando vacation for people following gluten-free diets. While they don't do all your gluten-free shopping for you, they do offer various meal packages, depending on the length of your stay. They offer 2-day, 4-day, and 7-day packages of gluten-free food. Each "day" supply for one person contains breakfast items (including fresh fruit, juice, milk, and coffee), lunch items, and plenty of snack foods. That means the only meal you have to plan is dinner (and with all the gluten-free options at the Disney parks and resorts -- as well as all the chain restaurants nearby that offer gluten-free menus -- that's rarely a problem). There are FOUR varieties of packages: Basic, Chocolate Lover's, Health Food Lovers, and Casein-Free. Their prices for their packages are... Read more →

I just posted a review of Ted's Montana Grill on the Virginia page of We had a great meal there...they have an extensive gluten-free menu and locations in 19 states. Read more →