Topic Of Education: Hey there, I finished my first year, and the channel is turning a few months old, time to see what we can do this summer, feel free to leave some suggestions!
Blog Post for Tips: https://collegeofceliac.com/2017/01/28/college-dining-plans-gluten-free-guides/
Udi’s Recommendations: http://udisglutenfree.com/2015/07/24/top-10-gluten-free-accommodating-colleges/
Description of Restaurant:
When Chipotle opened its first restaurant in 1993, the idea was simple: show that food served fast didn’t have to be a “fast-food” experience. Using high-quality raw ingredients, classic cooking techniques, and distinctive interior design, we brought features from the realm of fine dining to the world of quick-service restaurants.
Over 23 years later, our devotion to seeking out the very best ingredients we can–raised with respect for animals, farmers, and the environment–remains at the core of our commitment to Food With Integrity. And as we’ve grown, our mission has expanded to ensuring that better food is accessible to everyone
Chipotle is amazing at handling gluten allergies, and generally handles them very well and very safely. I highly recommend them for a cheap and easy meal.
Note: All opinions are my own, none of this product was free, I just really like sinfully gluten free and want to see them grow, they have amazing pizza crusts and other goods.
Description of Restaurant: Owner, Heather, has a passion for Gluten Free. Her goal has always been to bring quality gluten free options to the community. In her pursuit, she has won First Place in National Pizza Competition and in the top twenty of the World Pizza Competition held in Parma, Italy.
Their Mission: Not all pizzas are created equal and not all gluten free are created equal. The art of gluten free is growing and we want to set the bar high for all those coming in.
It’s Heather’s mission to pour her love of perfection into every item crafted in our kitchen. From the basic traditional ingredients combined to make the finest gluten free products that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Link to their site: http://www.sinfullygf.com/home.html
Jungle Jim’s: Join us for a video full of questionable jump cuts, low quality audio, weird foods and teas, and of course an always sunny rip off with a failure to pronounce certain words. Oh, and a massive selection of gluten free foods.
Discover a World of Food and More!
Jungle Jim’s International Market is more than a grocery store, it’s a destination! With more than 200,000 square feet of shopping space in each of our stores, there are over 150,000 products from which to choose.
In addition to all the grocery items, you’ll find store tours, food demonstrations and lots of fun and attractions for the whole family.
Our stores also offer more gift shops, boutiques, restaurants and conveniences than any other mega store in the region. Stop in for an hour or make a day of it. However you do it, shopping at Jungle Jim’s is an experience you won’t forget!
Dish: I make this mac and cheese regularly, i originally found the recipe a couple years back and have modified it and used it ever since, for the modified 12 ounce version click here:
For the original click here: https://cakeistheonlythingthatmatters.com/2013/07/03/best-ever-gluten-free-mac-and-cheese-recipe/ (url seems to have expired)
Dish:A staple of my food at home, cheap and easy to make the nacho fry.
Description of Restaurant: Taste of Belgium is a restaurant group of Belgian-inspired eateries. We take traditional Belgian recipes and we twist them; we take American classics and we Belgianize them.
In 2007, Jean-François Flechet brought back a 120lbs cast iron waffle maker from his native Belgium. He began baking the waffles he grew up with at the back of a produce store at Findlay Market. After a few weeks, the store was congested with waffle-eating-people and Jean-François was told he needed to find a new home.
The little waffle place grew, one waffle at a time to become a new Cincinnati/Columbus favorite. From one person and a waffle iron, Taste of Belgium expanded into multiple food establishments including two full service Bistros serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and a unique weekend brunch with a large selection of Belgian beers and two market locations: one at Findlay Market (Cincinnati, OH) and one at the North Market (Columbus, OH).
Taste of Belgium is also featured at the Great American Ballpark as the official waffle of the Cincinnati Reds.
Taste of Belgium draws on its Belgian heritage to create a one-of-a-kind, Belgian-inspired, locally infused culinary experience. We thumb our nose at convention and treat our guests and their taste buds to unexpected combinations and unorthodox preparations.
Belgians would be disturbed by the idea of eating a Liège waffle with fried chicken and hot sauce. The French would be upset that we Belgianized their “galettes Bretonnes” by adding beer to the buckwheat crêpe batter. And the old-grain Belgian Genever we use in many of our handcrafted cocktails can rival any Cachaça to make the perfect Caipirinha.
We believe elegant cuisine can be served with a down-to-earth attitude and humble foods can be served elegantly.
We take the food we create and the service we provide very seriously, but not ourselves.
They offer wonderful gluten free crepes and have been consistently careful with safety and preparation in the majority of areas.