Meet our most recent guest blogger, Amy Feistel. We net Amy last month while at the Gluten Free and Allergy Free Event in Raleigh. She told us about her recent experience flying to Beijing, China. We were so impressed with her experience, that we asked her to share her story with all of you.
Aruba has it all or does it? Read about our adventures to this desert island right off of Venezuela.
We don’t usually post recipes here. We usually post them on our Instagram page but this cauliflower casserole recipe was too good not to share.
Let’s talk environmental allergies or what I call yellow season. Where this Allergic Traveler lives (North Carolina), springtime is the worst! From March until May, everything is blooming and beautiful. However, this does nothing for my environmental allergies. I call it yellow season as the streets are yellow, the cars are yellow, the outdoor
Vegas never gets old, or does it? This Allergic Traveler just traveled to Las Vegas for the gazillionth time. OK maybe just the fourth! Not to sound jaded but why go back to a place if you don’t gamble? The answer is Work! So how does one entertain themselves if they don’t play craps, black jack, or the slot machines? Food! Over the years
All through our journey, we ate like kings. To me, the food in the west seems much fresher and healthier. I know I am making a generalization but it’s a pretty safe one. It’s like saying the French make great wines. Yup! No argument there.
Welcome to Europe!
Our latest journey had us visiting six countries in twenty-three days. The holidays are all about family, and this Allergic Traveler desperately wanted to hug her French nephew and niece. To do this, one must travel to France! As we knew we were going to be in Europe for some time, we wanted to see as much as we could, while spending
I have been doing the Gluten Free and Allergen Free Wellness event for years. There are many reasons why I do this event. Let me tell you about what I get from The Gluten Free & Allergen Free Wellness event.
To begin with, it is an event that fosters a safe feeling. There are various vendors that exhibit at this event that have gluten free food,
Last week was Food Allergy Awareness week and this month is Celiac Awareness month. It’s been a busy month! So if you are part of either celebration, or both, what do you want the world to know that they don’t already know about your dietary restrictions? How about its not easy to stop at a curb market to grab a snack? How about learning how