Monthly Archives: December 2013

Home for the Holidays | Triumph Dining

homefortheholidaysYou may be the adult child heading “home” to visit your family for the holidays, either with or without your own family. You may be the host family, the ones who will soon find your extra rooms filled with out-of-town guests. Either or both of you may be gluten-free.

Many people prefer to stay in hotels when they travel, even when they visit family. But in many cultures this is taboo. And so the beds and couches and floor space get additional use.

Here are a few tips for surviving, even thriving. If you’re the host:  Click to continue reading »

The Business Trip | Triumph Dining

business travel postI’m on a plane as I type and considering the woman next to me, baby on her lap. A diaper bag is at her feet and she is working hard to keep the baby from bothering me. The woman is holding a cup of Cheerios and feeding them to the child one at a time. It’s rather sweet.

This scene makes me think that a celiac packing for a business trip isn’t much different than a parent packing for a trip with a child. Where will I pick up goldfish in LA for a parent is where do I pick up Udi’s crackers for a celiac? Where will I be able to go out to dinner Click to continue reading »

My Twins First Christmas

My-Twins-First-Christmas-e1353621448127Hats off to Jackie Singer, who has published her first book, My Twins First Christmas

This children’s book is part of the My Friend Paris series, conceived by the daughter of Triumph Dining owners Dave and Leslie Morris. In this next adventure for Paris and her twin sisters, she teaches them about all of the holiday activities surrounding Christmas, as well as a little bit about Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.

84 Signs You Have Celiac Disease | Triumph Dining

Have you seen this great infographic? We came across it via GlutenDude and MindBodyGreen.

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Celiacs: A Bread Maker

51Op7VZ5tzS._SL1500_Avoiding gluten often translates to more time in the kitchen, either modifying gluten-laden recipes or cooking to avoid gluten in cross-contaminated environments.

A bread maker is a good gift for a celiac because they can bake from scratch or mix, adding or subtracting ingredients to get the best possible outcome.

This Zojirushi, pictured at right, gets rave reviews. Couple it with one or more of the Triumph Dining Baking Guides and you’ve got a big ticket holiday gift.

New Triumph Dining Restaurant Guide is Here!

The Essential Gluten Free Restaurant Guide - 6th Edition (2)Just in time for the holiday social season and gift giving, the 6th edition of America’s #1 Best Selling Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide  is here.

More than half of the 8,500 restaurants in the book have new content or are new altogether. In fact, there are more than 1,500 new restaurants in this guide, places you can now enjoy safe meals. We’ve also noted menu items for 120 National and Regional chain restaurants.

This 6th edition of the award-winning guide has 570 pages of restaurant information in all 50 states. Even in paperback, it’s a big book. Consider buying two, one for your home, one for your car.

More information can be found here.