Blog Archives for tag celiac

Best Gluten-Free Finds at Winter Fancy Foods 2019

Best Gluten-Free Finds: Winter Fancy Foods 2019

In January, I hit the trade show floor once again, this time finding the best of the best in San… Continue reading »

My hysterectomy story

My Hysterectomy Story: Hysterectomy Surgery and Hospital Recovery

This is the second post in the My Hysterectomy Story feature. To read the first story about why I’m having… Continue reading »

2018 Gluten-Free Holiday Gift Guide

I’m so excited to share with you my newest online publication from Celiac and the Beast! Check out the 2018… Continue reading »

BEST RECIPES using Enjoy Life Foods Baking Chocolate

Best Recipes: Enjoy Life Foods Baking Chocolate

Enjoy Life Foods Baking Chocolate I love using Enjoy Life Foods Baking Chocolate in recipes. From mini chips to dark… Continue reading »

#CATBbook 5th year anniversary

#CATBBook 5th Anniversary Giveaway

5 years you guys. FIVE. YEARS. It’s been 5 years since Celiac and the Beast: A Love Story Between a… Continue reading »

Sweet Ali’s Gluten Free Bakery, Chicago, IL

I was recently in Chicago, IL for the GFF Magazine Dream Dining Series. While I was there, I had a… Continue reading »

Tune into the Beyond Celiac Research Symposium 2018

Learn the latest developments in research and treatment by tuning in to a live webcast of the Second Annual Beyond… Continue reading »

Vote for Celiac and the Beast in the 9th Annual Gluten Free Awards

Please vote for Celiac and the Beast in the 9th annual Gluten Free Awards from the GF Buyers Guide! VOTE… Continue reading »

The Hot Chick at Stuff'd Dumpling Restaurant Los Angeles, CA

Stuff’d Gluten Free Dumpling Restaurant Los Angeles California

This is a little story about Stuff’d. I found Stuff’d from influencers on Instagram. Honestly, I’m not sure how i… Continue reading »

Celiac and the Beast on the Travel Gluten Free Podcast

I recently had a chance to be a part of the Travel Gluten Free podcast! I met Eliquite (e-lick-qwa-ty), the… Continue reading »