I’m sorry I’ve been quiet over the festive season and not keeping up with my usual postings! I hope everyone had a lovely gluten free Christmas. I’m sure everyone has been the same, rushing around getting presents sorted and travelling across the UK to visit family and friends so blogging has taken a back seat for a couple of weeks. I already have lots of ideas for future blog posts in the new year so watch this space!
Just before the Christmas break I was contacted by the lovely people at Natures Path asking if I would like to try out their range of organic cereals and granola. I am an avid cereal fan and as my flatmate would tell you, I’m pretty obsessed with the stuff and have it every Continue reading
I often get asked to recommend good places to go for gluten free brunch, afternoon tea or just a nice dinner out. I have decided to try do more posts that are dedicated to a specific meal or event to make it easy for all my coeliac and gluten free friends to find great places to go in London.
I was catching up with a friend recently and we wanted to go for a girly brunch with cups of tea, nice food and a good gossip! Brunch can be a tricky one for GF as the main items usually come with a toast or bread component and pastries and pancakes are off-limits (unless GF of course!) So off I went to research via my usual sources of Twitter and Google. I had some great responses and suggestions so was confident I would be able to find something good. Riding House Cafe stood out for its delicious looking menu and after calling them to discuss options, I was more than happy they could Continue reading