Don't miss our very own Gluten Free Travel Blog which, together with the valuable feedback you'll get from reading the reviews on GlutenFreeTravelSite.com, will help make dining and traveling gluten-free easy and enjoyable. Karen Broussard covers gluten free dining and restaurants offering gluten free menus, gluten free getaways, gluten free product reviews, GF-friendly destinations, and favorite GF recipes.
Recipe Developer, TV Chef, Cookbook Author, and Simply Gluten Free magazine Edito-in-Chief Carol Kicinski shares recipes and gluten free advice from living a gluten free "life of abundance" for 20 years. Her blog Simply Gluten Free focuses on what she can eat, rather than what she can't eat, and she creates and shares delicious recipes everyone -- gluten free or not -- will enjoy.
Dr. Vikki Petersen's Gluten Blog was originally started so that Dr. Petersen could address some of the question about Celiac Disease and gluten sensitivity that were sent in from readers of her popular book, The Gluten Effect. She is the co-founder of HealthNow Medical Center in Sunnyvale, California and a fellow Associate Editor of Simply Gluten Free magazine.
Cheryl Harris is an award-winning Registered Dietician, Nutritionist, and Certified Wellness Coach. You can learn more about her services and find many helpful resources on her website Harris Whole Health. She also shares recipes and musings about food and healthy living on her Gluten Free Goodness Blog.
Hallie Klecker is a cookbook author, holistic nutrition educator and creator of the gluten-free and dairy-free recipe website Daily Bites. Her recipes focus on whole, natural, clean, and unprocessed foods. She shares her unique and delicious recipes within the pages of Simply Gluten Free magazine, where she is the Editorial Content Manager.
In her Four Seasons of Travel blog, Cherise shares her best gluten free food finds and unique city guides across Europe and Australia. She'll point you toward places to see in countries like Italy, France, Germany, England, the Czech Republic, and Austria -- and where to dine on authentic (and gluten free) food, without breaking the budget. A beautiful blog that makes you want to hop on a plane!
Heidi Kelly shares kid-approved gluten free recipes and thoughts about raising gluten free kids, giving other moms hope -- and injecting a bit of humor -- on her blog Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom. She also writes for Simply Gluten Free magazine.
An Allergy Free Food Coach and Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, Kim Maes has a website called Cook It Allergy Free that helps you customize traditional recipes to fit your allergy-free and gluten-free needs. She also is the creator of the Cook It Allergy Free iPhone and iPad apps and shares allergy-friendly menu planning and recipes as an Associate Editor of Simply Gluten Free magazine.
As the author of the New York Times best-selling book Make it Fast, Cook it Slow cookbooks and Totally Together: Shortcuts to an Organized Life, Stephanie O'Dea provides simple shortcuts that make life easier for you and your family. On her Blog, she shares tips about menu planning, and gives you the tools to create and save shopping lists -- and even store your favorite recipes in a Recipe Box. She also delights readers of Simply Gluten Free magazine with her easy gluten-free, slow cooker recipes.
Erin Rogers Pickering has a unique blog, the Gluten Free Illustrator, that explores good health and gluten free living -- and shares her thoughts with others through gluten free recipes, musings, poems, and beautiful illustrations. Her "Workbook Illustrated" column in Simply Gluten Free magazine brings helpful "how to" cooking tips to life with illustrations.
Will warm your heart -- and whet your appetite -- as blogger Aimee Eiguren shares stories of living a life of gluten-free abundance at home -- as well as on her travels. Read her reviews on GlutenFreeTravelSite, too.
Recipes and life experiences of "Gluten Free Girl" Shauna James Ahern, author of the book Gluten Free Girl, and her husband, Chef Daniel Ahern.
A fun site whose recipe index helps answer the question: What's for Dinner? Her original recipes are organized by season and via category, and she also offers plenty of baking and cooking tips.
Ricki Heller, a holistic nutritionist, whole foods chef, and cookbook author, gladly accepts the challenge of making any favorite dessert allergy-friendly -- and even sugar free! Her recipes use natural ingredients, and her blog is filled with humor, over 600 recipes, and input from her two canines! She also shares sweet -- and savory -- recipes in Simply Gluten Free magazine.
Blogger Mike Eberhart helps you transition to an enjoyable and fulfilling gluten-free life and gluten-free diet. Includes product reviews, medical information/news, recipes, and baking tips.
A really thorough and helpful site that offers tips for getting started on a gluten-free diet -- and even has lists of favorite brands of numerous gluten-free foods. You'll also find information on how to help kids stay g-f at school/birthday parties/sleepovers, and a sample letter to teachers.
AndreAnna McLean shares her passion for developing gluten free real food recipes without refined grains or sugars -- many of which fit into the Paleo/Primal lifestyle -- on her Life As A Plate blog and in the pages of Simply Gluten Free magazine, where she is an Associate Editor.
Former retail bakery owner and author of Blackbird Bakery Gluten-Free cookbook, Karen Morgan now takes her 8 years of gluten-free baking expertise and shares recipes each week on her Blog — as well as offering gluten-free baking services and GF-lifestyle consultations. Her Blog also includes tales of her own travel adventures — and her gluten-free discoveries along the way.
A guide to clean eating by Manhattan gal Amie Valpone, who is a Culinary Marketing Consultant, a recipe developer, and a food writer specializing in gluten-free/dairy-free culinary nutrition. She reviews some of her favorite GF-friendly NYC spots on GlutenFreeTravelSite and is a fellow editor at Simply Gluten Free magazine.
A great place for news, events in the New York City area, product information, recipes and more.
Diane Elbin specializes in easy, healthy gluten free living through health coaching and sharing resources and recipes on her site and Blog. In addition to her online resources, she offers coaching in person or over the phone to anyone needing tips for preparing gluten free meals, including newly diagnosed Celiacs and college students now responsible for their own GF cooking. Although Diane mostly does her own cooking, she occasionally shares her reviews of places where she's dined out on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
Novelist and travel journalist Hillary Davidson regularly shares her gluten free discoveries from her travels both in the U.S. and other countries on her Gluten Free Guidebook blog.
Melanie is based in the Washington, DC area but is an avid traveler who likes to share helpful gluten free dining guidance on her Way of the Celiac Traveler blog. Learn about life on the road from the perspective of a Celiac.
“A Curious Girl in The Gluten-Free World” shares her gluten-free cooking and baking successes (and failures!). She also posts her gluten-free restaurant reviews from her hometown of Nashville and her exciting travels worldwide on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
This “Modern guide to Staying Sane Without Grain” includes news round-ups, product reviews, and news about Georgianna’s (a.k.a. The Celtic Celiac) latest dining and travel experiences, which she also shares as a reviewer on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
Blogger Erin talks gluten-free FUN…food, restaurants, recipes, and more so you never settle into living a boring GF life! Erin also shares her reviews of dining GF in NYC and elsewhere on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
Blogger Afton Jones, a fellow Associate Editor at Simply Gluten Free magazine, has a unique and helpful Blog with recommendations and reviews of gluten free makeup and other gluten free personal care products like lotions, toothpaste, sunscreen, and even nail polish. Her Blog is a treasure trove of information, and you'll learn about all sorts of new and interesting products.
This Blog’s mission is to provide friendship, encouragement, and advice to those with Celiac, gluten sensitivities, or wheat allergies. Grace also posts reviews of her GF dining adventures in Mississippi on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
A registered dietician with Celiac Disease, Rachel provides those on a GF diet with the information and resources they need to strike a balance between eating gluten-free healthfully and happily. Rachel has started sharing her gluten-free dining and travel experiences through reviews on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
Blogger Jennifer Harris is an Atlanta-area Gluten Free Examiner as well as an Associate Editor of Simply Gluten Free magazine. She was diagnosed with Celiac Disease 16 years ago and is an industry consultant, helping newly diagnosed Celiacs as well as companies marketing gluten free products.
A great site/blog rich with all sorts of information for newly diagnosed and veteran Celiacs alike: preparing your kitchen, reading labels, gluten-free shopping made easy, news, recipes, and reviews. Paula also shares her GF dining reviews on GlutenFreeTravelSite.
Heather at Celiac Family hopes to make it easy for families to start and maintain a gluten free diet. On this Blog, you'll find family-friendly and gluten-free menu plans, recipes, and candy lists, as well as ideas for keeping kids gluten free at school.
Cara Lyons has a food blog called Cara's Cravings dedicated to indulgent recipes for healthy living. She manages to find fun, creative ways to sneak healthy ingredients into all sorts of recipes! Her original recipes can be found in both Clean Living magazine and in Simply Gluten Free magazine. hopes to make it easy for families to start and maintain a gluten free diet. On this Blog, you'll find family-friendly and gluten-free menu plans, recipes, and candy lists, as well as ideas for keeping kids gluten free at school.
Jennifer Oliver, another editor at Simply Gluten Free magazine, is an American expatriate living in Switzerland with her gluten free husband. Her blog, Jenn Cuisine, focuses on gluten free food and travel. Be sure to check out her recipes and gorgeous photos!
Jennifer Penas is The Cocktail Lady who was given the challenge of finding, making, trying, and blogging about a new cocktail every day for a year. She happily accepted the challenge and started the blog A Year of Cocktails, which includes plenty of gluten-free, yet decadent, beverage recipes. She shares gluten free seasonal drink recipes each month in Simply Gluten Free magazine.