If you’re gluten-free, you may have given up on ice cream cones in favor of a bowl or a cup. Now you have a choice! Let’s Do… offers both regular gluten-free ice cream cones and gluten-free sugar cones. Just in case you need more ice cream than a cone will hold, there are gluten-free ice cream bowls, too.
If you’ve eaten at Benihana, you’ll recognize the same cooking style at Teppanyaki 2 Go. Here you won’t end up smelling like food or see a guy missing a digit, like we did at our local Benihana, where my kids will never return. True story. Continue reading “Teppanyaki 2 Go, Maui | Triumph Dining Restaurant Review”
For over 10 years, Triumph Dining has published our now-famous dining cards. We originally created these cards because we wanted to provide restaurant staff with complete instructions for preparing a non-contaminated gluten-free meal. We didn’t want to leave anything to chance, so we created gluten-free dining cards in several languages to make sure chefs could read the cards in their native language.
In the beginning, we thought gluten-free diners would use the cards at ethnic restaurants close to home and while traveling across the U.S. and Canada. We were elated to learn that many gluten-free diners also bought our dining cards to take along when they traveled abroad.
Gluten-free pretzel manufacturer Snyder’s of Hanover is raising awareness and funds to support the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) by donating $0.05 from the sale of specially marked bags through June 30.
Through this program with Celiac Disease Foundation, the Snyder’s of Hanover brand takes an active role in the mission to improve the lives of anyone living with gluten-related disorders.
Snyder’s of Hanover launched its line of gluten-free pretzels in 2013 and offers flavorful snacking options, including Hot Buffalo Wing and Honey Mustard Pretzel Sticks. Continue reading “Snyder’s-Lance Donates Portion of Sales to Celiac Disease Foundation”
Its chef, Jeff Scheer, is Maui’s Chef of the Year for 2015. He’s committed to nose-to-tail and farm-to-table cooking. Almost all of the ingredients used in the food are sourced from the organic farms on the Maui Tropical Plantation, where the restaurant is located.