Those of us with Celiac Disease know how hard it is to eat out. Unless you can find one of those rare restaurant gems with a dedicated gluten free menu, a typical dining experience includes asking your server multiple questions about cross contamination, sneaking a peek at the kitchen to see if any bread is touching your food, trying to convince your dining companions that you actually have a medical condition and aren't on a no-carb diet, and generally anxiety that the food in front of you is laced in poison (also known as gluten).
|My take on this Zenbelly recipe|
The following is the sample menu, and a link to buy tickets is at the bottom. Join me!