This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal is getting a makeover! She heads to try the vegetarian deliciousness with truffle pasta, going raw with uncooked lasagna and hitting Tribeca for surgery-free lipo.
In recent years, restaurants have become increasingly accommodating of food allergies, particularly with regard to gluten. Go ahead, New York Celiac disease sufferers — eat your heart out.
Having a gluten intolerance means they have to be careful, but it doesn’t mean missing out on things like backyard barbecues. In fact, there are easy ways to make sure your gluten-free guests are safe this summer.
While most people think of gluten as lurking solely in food, it’s commonly used as a binder in products like medication, cosmetics, oral care, skin care and even children’s toys.
The dietary restriction doesn’t mean you have to swear off baked goods – especially if you live in New York City. We hit the streets to find the city’s best gluten-free treats, sweets and desserts.
How important is the gluten-free diet for people on it?
No gluten, no guilt. The bestselling author of the “Now Eat This” series, Rocco DiSpirito, joined The Couch on Wednesday to show us a few easy, healthy adjustments to the Thanksgiving menu.
One customer said her son, who also has Celiac disease, never had a birthday cake. Now he can choose between cup cakes, fairy cakes or even a deep chocolate layer cake with mocha buttercream frosting.
Crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, and filled with banana goodness all throughout, these gluten-free waffles stand up to any wheat variety with gusto.
Always a big hit during the autumn months and the holiday season, venues across the five boroughs are serving up pumpkin-infused treats this fall.
Living gluten-free in New Jersey has never been so simple—or so tasty. Those with wheat allergies will have no qualms about dining at some of the state’s best restaurants.
Due to a heightened awareness of gluten-sensitivity, people who choose to live a gluten-free lifestyle have a much easier time finding places to eat. Here are the top five gluten-free restaurants on Long Island.
Girl Scout Elle Malinow has sold hundreds of boxes of Girl Scout cookies, but she’s never tasted one. The 7-year-old Dix Hills girl has celiac disease which means her diet has to be gluten-free.