September flew by and today is October 1st. How did that happen?
It was a very busy month for this Gluten-Free Globetrotter. I bounced around from New York City to New Jersey to Brooklyn to California (virtually) to Massachusetts. I met new gluten-free friends and visited with celiacs that I have known for years. It was a busy but fun month and I always feel so happy after connecting with the celiac community. The highlight of my month-long travel was going to Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts with the Pasta Flyer team.
Pasta Flyer is “a fresh, healthful, gluten-free pasta bowl concept that takes the warmth of grandma’s cooking into a delightful, quick-service setting.” After a successful Kickstarter campaign in June, Pasta Flyer took their gluten-free show on the road in their awesome Air Stream food truck. I have been working on the social media for Pasta Flyer so I joined the food truck team for the Harvard stop on their tour.
During my time with Pasta Flyer at Harvard, I helped with social media; stocked the food truck; talked to chefs, fans, and friends; met awesome gluten-free bloggers No Gluten Required and Celiac Corner; and watched Chef Mark Ladner talk about gluten-free pasta to a Harvard audience. I was seriously in awe as I sat in a Harvard University lecture auditorium listening to this top chef from New York City talk about gluten-free pasta. We hit the big times people!
I had such a great time at Harvard, but an even better time getting to work on a food truck serving up a 100% gluten-free menu! People did not even realize that the food was all gluten-free because it was just so good. We sold out every single day at Harvard and I heard from the Pasta Flyer team they also sold out in Providence’s Johnson and Wales University each day. The dynamic team, the gluten-free food, and the cool food truck were a winning combination!
Interested in trying Pasta Flyer? Their next stop is Philadelphia this Thursday and Friday. I will also join them in two weeks in New Haven, Connecticut at Yale University and later this October in New York City. I hope to see you there!
Visit PastaFlyer.com for more information!