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Anna's Ristorante
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Anna's has a large gluten free menu which offers appetizers such as calamari and fried zucchini, several gluten free pasts such as penne vodka, baked ziti and more, gluten free pizza, gluten free kids chicken tenders, grilled salmon, chicken park, steaks and much, much more. Plus, they have even have a few gluten free dessert options! Thanks, Anna's for really making an effort!

Submitted on Jan 21, 2013

Gluten Free Braised Short Ribs
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So it all started in Washington D.C. While there with our family, we had dinner at Matchbox on Capitol Hill. We knew that they catered to our gluten free needs, and I ended up having one of the best meals I've had in a long time. What did I have? You guessed it... Braised Short Ribs. I followed that up recently by having a gluten free braised short rib shepherd's pie at (Continue Reading)

Submitted on Nov 27, 2012

Gluten Free on a Budget
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With a 50% Celiac household, we've become a 100% gluten free family at home for many reasons -- we have a tiny, galley kitchen with no room for an extra toaster and extra pans, no room to safely prepare gluten and gluten free meals at the same time and a need to simplify our life, being 100% gluten free was the right choice for us. But, that decision has come at a high cost -- my family-of-four's grocery expenses sometimes reach well over $1,700 a month.

Submitted on Nov 19, 2012

Austin Grill
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Austin Grill is a small chain of Tex Mex restaurants in the Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. area. It features a gluten free menu, and has for years now. I have eaten there several times and the food has been excellent every time that I go there. The wings have been particularly good, as have the BBQ ribs. For those that like Caesar Salad, you won’t be disappointed! Yum! If you are going to be touring around the D.

Submitted on Aug 17, 2012

The First Year is the Toughest -- The Gluten Free Diet Gets Easier
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When my husband and son were first diagnosed with Celiac Disease, it was a major challenge for my husband and me. My son was only 18 months old at the time. So, he never even noticed that he went gluten free. But, my husband and I went through a tough period of adjustment. I always tell people who have just been diagnosed or are in the middle of a diagnosis, that the first year is absolutely the hardest.

Submitted on Jul 17, 2012

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