A few weeks ago, I had my very first Brazilian churrascaria experience at Fogo de Chão in San Jose, California. Churrasco is a Spanish and Portuguese term for grilled meat or more commonly barbecue. Many Americans have come to know a churrascaria to be a Brazilian steakhouse. I have to admit, I was very wary at first since American BBQ isn’t always celiac-friendly, but I was interested in learning more about Fogo de Chão and their gluten-free offerings. I also would LOVE to go to Brazil one day, so for the time being this is how I will fulfill that Brazilian food fantasy!
I am so excited to have a featured article in this month’s Gluten-Free Living Magazine. Any time I can share my top gluten-free travel tips with the world, I jump on it. Find my “Planning a Gluten-Free Honeymoon” article on page 26-27 of the March/April 2018 issue. Keep scrolling to see my top 5 tips for a gluten-free honeymoon.
This past Saturday, I had the pleasure of attending the SF/Bay Area Travel and Adventure Show in Santa Clara, CA as a member of the press. If you are reading this blog you know I LOVE anything travel related. When I saw this show was coming locally, I had to go.
My January kicked off to a great start with lots of travel both near and far. I rang in the new year in San Diego and rounded off the month with a trip back home to New York. I traveled close to 7,000 miles this month! I hope this is an indication of the adventures to come in 2018.
Read on to see where I went and what I ate in January.
Gluten-free travel? There’s an app for that! Whether you are looking for a gluten-free friendly restaurant close to home or thousands of miles away, you can use your smartphone to help you find your way. These apps are a great starting point when planning your next meal.