Iowa – land of corn and truck stops It took us a lot longer to get out of Chicago on Saturday than we’d planned, mainly because it took me a long time to finish packing and clean out my apartment. … Continue reading
Category Archives: travel
Friday was devoted to packing and cleaning, and more re-packing. There was also some arguing over whether or not I am, in fact, a hoarder as we sorted through my collection of books, vintage clothing and what was admittedly too … Continue reading
It felt so good to get back to my little corner of Chicago Thursday afternoon following a few bumps in the road (literally.) There was lots of packing and cleaning to do, of course, but it just felt so good … Continue reading
Trying to eat gluten-free while traversing the country is proving to be difficult. I’m always happy when I spot a Wendy’s because I know I can at least count on a garden salad and a baked potato with chives and … Continue reading
The first night of Jess and Brian’s Excellent Adventure as we journey from Albany, N.Y. to our new home in Santa Cruz, CA brought us to the glamorous Perrysburg, Ohio, the hometown of Ronald Kasperzak, the founder of Calphalon Cookware. Sheer … Continue reading
Yesterday I bid adieu to Albany once again, this time with both Ruby Tuesday and bk in tow. Monday night I was in Albany, last night I was in Ohio and tonight I’m in Chicago. The plan was to drive … Continue reading
In Marseilles, France, I was so excited to see the gluten-free section in the supermarket that I insisted we had to snap a picture.
Jamon iberico! Reading about La Boqueria in Serious Eats the other day has had me fondly reminiscing about wonderful the market was. And that made me want to share some of the photos BK took while we were there.
While in Barcelona, we stayed close to La Rambla, a busy commercial street in the central part of the city, made up of several other streets and plazas that collectively are known as Las Ramblas. This area is filled with … Continue reading
The cruise didn’t give us much time in Naples, but we were able to enjoy wandering around for at least a little while. This was my second trip to Italy since going gluten-free, and once again, I found it refreshingly easy … Continue reading