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Gluten-Free Thanksgiving in New York City

Gluten-Free Thanksgiving in New York City


A number of my readers have been asking for gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner recommendations. Whether you are a local New Yorker or you just don’t want to cook, here are some options for your gluten-free meal in New York City this Thanksgiving day. Be sure to make your reservation TODAY if you are planning on dining out for Thanksgiving. Seats fill up very quickly.

Updated note: Please remember to contact each restaurant directly if you have questions about the menu items, preparation, etc. It is up to YOU to do your due diligence when planning any meal outside of your home.

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Webinar: Travel Safely with Celiac Disease


Join me on November 13th at 4pm PST as I share my top tips for traveling with celiac disease. I will be joined by Kyle Dine, founder of Equal Eats and fellow allergen-aware world traveler. Thank you to the Celiac Disease Program at Seattle Children’s for hosting this event.

Sunday, November 13th 4pm PST
Virtual Webinar
Pre-registration required: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5AIGSycuRTyyWViSPOTKPw

Drop a comment below if you plan on attending!

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Live Webinar: Gluten-Free Summer Travel Tips

FREE!
Thursday, June 23; 5:30 pm ET
Registration required.

I am so excited to be a speaker at the Kogan Celiac Center virtual support group tomorrow with my great friend Maureen Basye from Celiac Cruise. We are sharing our top gluten-free travel tips and how to stay healthy on your summer vacation. Now that things have opened back up, we want to help you travel the world while living 100% gluten-free. Maureen and I both agree that you should never let celiac disease stop you from seeing the world.

This virtual support group, led by Michelle Pasia, MPH, RDN, Program Coordinator of The Kogan Celiac Center, is for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity as well as their loved ones who would like to learn more. It is designed to share and learn about what is new in the gluten-free world through conversation, recipes, tip exchanges and educational presentations. Gluten free is always a family issue so feel free to invite your family members.

Advanced online registration is required. Once registered, you will receive a link to the email you register with to join the meeting. You can join with audio and video or audio only. You will need to have access to GoToMeeting, and by joining the meeting you consent to being a part of the virtual support group with audio and video capabilities.

About The Kogan Celiac Center of RWJBarnabas Health
The Kogan Celiac Center of RWJBarnabas Health offers extensive education and support for adults and children. The Center is dedicated to providing expert services that include early assessment and treatment, education and support to improve the health and well being of those who live with celiac disease.  Learn More

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Gluten-Free Globetrotter Deal Alert: FindMeGlutenFree App

NOTE: This post contains affiliate links.

If you are traveling while living with celiac disease, most likely you have an arsenal of tools in your “celiac toolkit.” Food, apps, wipes, etc. You always need to be prepared with gluten-free food just in case. Snacks and apps are usually my top two travel accessories on every trip.

There are so many smartphone apps out there that try to make your celiac life easier. Apps to scan your food packages, apps to find places to eat, even apps that translate menus for you on the fly. I feel like I have tried them all.

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Gluten-Free Travel Nerves

It happen to the best of us!

Two weeks from today, I am heading to Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. This is a big trip because we haven’t seen my mother-in-law since May 2019 when my son was only 6 weeks old! The pandemic kept our family apart for way too long. Now we are vaxxed, boosted, and taking all of the extra travel precautions. We are ready to go!

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