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2008 Essential Gluten-free Restaurant Guide

Just received my copy of TriumphDining’s The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide. It’s in its 3rd Edition! How cool is that?

Besides the listings – which do clue me in on gluten-free offerings I didn’t know about – there’s also helpful information about eating out gluten-free. Even for those of us that have been eating this way for years, there are some great reminders and checklists included in the guide.

There’s also a beautiful four-color section of ads from gluten-free vendors. But, I’d love to see coupons in the back next year! Hint, hint. Wouldn’t it be cool to have an entertainment book filled with gluten-free, dairy-free and low-sugar coupons? Someone needs to get on that…

I also received some of their cool dining cards, for eating out internationally. You can hand your server or hostess (upon entering the restaurant) a card explaining – in their native tongue – that you cannot eat gluten-free. I’m headed to Paris in September and can’t wait to use my French card. Have you used the dining cards – what’s been your experience? Leave your comment here.

Happy Eating!
Heather :)

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