There’s a number of food tours out there these days, all promising a one-of-a-kind experience (and a full belly!) but The Good Food Tour is one that can deliver on both promises! This Almonte-based tour is brand-spanking-new, and takes food … Continue reading Almonte’s new food tour is going to knock your socks off
Chateau Montebello is one of those destinations that people talk about with something approaching reverence, or on the opposite side of the spectrum, with complete disdain. The information out there about Fairmont Le Chateaeu Montebello is patchy, and often contradictory. … Continue reading To stay or not to stay: 5 impressions of Le Chateau Montebello
As a celiac I’ve pretty much gotten used to not being able to enjoy the things everyone else enjoys, you know, like food. Eating out. Fast food. Buffets. When I see advertisement for food clubs like Hello Fresh and Chef’s … Continue reading Meat, meat, and more (gluten-free) meat from Carnivore Club!
A trip to a maple sugar bush is a springtime necessity, and really the only way I ever get the opportunity to indulge my sweet tooth with some maple taffy. I love sitting down to a gluten-free pancake meal topped … Continue reading Maple what? Two maple products that may surprise you
I have to admit that Kanata’s Aperitivo has become my guilty pleasure, and where I stop for a quick bite or plan an evening outing to every chance I get. I happened upon this intimate and unassuming restaurant tucked away in … Continue reading Aperitivo: Ottawa’s best-kept gluten-free secret
Shopping really works up an appetite – slake your holiday-fed hunger in downtown Almonte! Set amongst the scenic streets lined with charming retail stores filled with gift items you won’t find anywhere else, downtown Almonte is the place to go … Continue reading Holiday fare – complete your downtown Almonte shopping experience with these delectable culinary options!
The Christmas season often brings with it the hustle and bustle of office parties, family get-togethers and hours spent at the mall frantically trying to find the right gift for someone special on your list. While it can be easy … Continue reading Make it a family Christmas in Smiths Falls! Five low cost activities for the holiday season that bring a high reward
After nearly 20 years living with Celiac disease I’d pretty much given up on ever finding gluten-free Asian food. This was particularly disappointing for me because I’d always loved Chinese food, but there seemed to me to be too much … Continue reading Gluten-free Asian fusion (yes, it’s possible)
I wasn’t sure what to expect when we traveled to New York City this summer…the typical question anyone with Celiac disease has when traveling somewhere new is always will I eat during this trip or will I be very, very … Continue reading Gluten-free in the Big Apple: a Celiac experience
When I first heard about it, I found the concept of the Festival of Small Halls intriguing – renowned musical artists appearing at small, intimate venues in rural communities across Ontario. The festival offers the opportunity to travel to small communities … Continue reading A Festival of Small Halls experience: a musical and community adventure