I recently wrote a blog post on where to find local cuisine in Portugal, and I love the concept! It’s so nice to be able to join in eating the local cuisine and trying new things with everyone else whilst travelling. I have also recently been giving some New York recommendations to people with trips […]Read more "Gluten Free Must Eats in New York: Where to Find Local Cuisine – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Early on in lockdown I shared my gluten free guide to my home town, Milton Keynes. However, it didn’t include local bakeries and treat deliveries. Over the last year of being at home, treat deliveries have certainly made that time easier and I figured it was time to share the Milton Keynes based companies I […]Read more "Gluten Free Sweet Treats in Milton Keynes – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
I can remember so clearly the first time I ate out at a 100% gluten free restaurant after my diagnosis. It was in Australia at the Gluten Free For Me cafe on the way to Australia Zoo. I can remember the feeling of being able to eat anything I wanted, the pure joy, relief, excitement. […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating 100% Gluten Free in London"
I absolutely love markets – you just never know what you will come across! In London amazing gluten free finds are becoming increasingly common and such a great way to eat a casual, cheaper lunch option on a day out in the City! Some of the best gluten free treats in London are also found […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac’s Top London Market Stalls"
Before using instagram I never knew that days such as ‘National Cheesecake Day’ existed! I mean a whole day dedicated to the creamy indulgent dessert in hindsight does make sense – I mean who doesn’t love cheesecake? However, what does a coeliac diagnosis mean for those wanting to indulge? Here’s my round up to find out! […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating Cheesecake"