Gluten-Free Food Lover’s Tour of Tuscany

I am excited to announce a new gluten-free tour to Italy coming this fall from Zenfully Delicious and Perillo Tours. I first met Zenfully Delicious founder Jennifer Iannolo at an NFCA event way back in 2005. We then reconnected at another NFCA event in 2010 right around the launch of her website. After 15 years in the world of fine food and wine, and a major lifestyle change due to fibromyalgia, gluten and dairy issues, Jennifer created Zenfully Delicious site to “help others with chronic illness live a delicious life — because boundaries are boring.” Now, Jennifer is hosting this amazing Gluten-Free Food Lover’s Tour to Tuscany in October. How awesome is that?! Read on for more details.

ZENFULLY DELICIOUS™ AND PERILLO TOURS ANNOUNCE
GLUTEN-FREE FOOD LOVER’S TOUR OF TUSCANY IN OCTOBER 2012

NEW YORK, NY — Managing a gluten-free diet is challenging enough, but add in travel and the complications go to a new level. Zenfully Delicious™, the lifestyle company that empowers people with chronic illness to embrace indulgent wellness, is taking the stress out of travel.

In partnership with Perillo Tours, Zenfully Delicious founder & CEO Jennifer Iannolo will host an exclusive, gluten-free tour of Tuscany October 18-25, 2012. So besides taking in the historical splendor of Siena, Florence, Arezzo and other locales, guests will enjoy salumi tastings, sulfite-free wines and a cooking class with ingredients fresh from the farmer’s market. Guests will stay all 6 nights at the Villa Casagrande in the 12th century town of Figline Valdarno. The hotel includes a spa so guests can pamper themselves after a day of touring.

Jennifer, a food and wine expert, and creator of The Gilded Fork® and Culinary Media Network®, knows what it’s like to travel under a cloud of food anxiety. When her health began a downward spiral in 2010, she was forced to reinvent herself. Once she mastered living powerfully with fibromyalgia and gluten intolerance, she developed Zenfully Delicious to empower others, share information, offer support and provide coaching through every aspect of life’s journey with a chronic illness.

“This trip is near and dear to my heart,” says Iannolo. “After two decades of exploring the planet, I suddenly found myself hesitant to travel because I wasn’t sure there would be an understanding chef in the kitchen. With this tour, we’ve created a safe place where people can enjoy themselves worry-free, and know they are taken care of.”

Reservations are being accepted for the tour, which has very limited space. Call Laurie at Perillo Tours at (855) 784-7687. You can also reserve your place and make a deposit online at http://www.perillotours.com/groups/zenful/) For more information about the itinerary, check out
http://zenfullydelicious.com/food-lovers-gluten-free-tuscany-tour-2012/

About Zenfully Delicious
Jennifer Iannolo founded Zenfully Delicious (www.zenfullydelicious.com) was founded in 2010 by Jennifer Iannolo to empower people with chronic pain and food sensitivities to live a delicious life. By celebrating food, wellness and a healthy dose of self-pampering, her site’s team is out to live la dolce vita no matter what — and to encourages others to join them in living la dolce vita. for the ride. After 15 years in the world of fine food and wine, working with the world’s greatest chefs, Jennifer is determined to continue savoring the flavors, textures and colors (though now gluten-free ones) that inspired her to launch her career in the first place.

About Perillo Tours
Since 1945, the Perillo family has perfected the art of traveling to Italy. This means that when you book your vacation, you can let them take care of the details. (www.perillotours.com)

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About Erin Smith

Living with celiac disease since 1981 and eating gluten-free long before it was "trendy", Erin Smith has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community; Founded Gluten-Free Fun in 2007; Founded Gluten-Free Globetrotter® in 2011; Founded GlutenFreelancer® in 2014. Erin was the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group, a social community of more than 2,000 members for over a decade and has recently started a support group in Northern California.
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