Quick glimpse of my weekend through food (of course)

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Spending the weekend in Chicago for the Nourished Food Blogger Conference and the Gluten Free Allergy Free Expo, I’ve had some incredible food (that has all happened to be gluten free as well, yay!). Here is a quick view of my experience, in photos.

Fried Gluten Free Mozzarella Wedges from Da Luciano’s

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Gluten Free Bruschetta from Da Luciano’s

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Gluten Free Individual Pizza from Da Luciano’s

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Shiitake, Cremini and Oyster Mushroom Skillet at Holy Mackerel

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Crème Brûlée at Harry Caray’s

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GF Lettuce Wraps at PF Chang’s

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Triple Chocolate Mousse at PF Chang’s

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And, finally. I know this isn’t food, but…seriously, WWF? Since when?

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Enjoy your day!
~glutenvygirl


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4 Responses to Quick glimpse of my weekend through food (of course)

  1. Girl in a food frenzy had this to say about that:

    Gorgeous! I'm a sucker for those lettuce cups lol!!! Not too shy when it comes to creme brûlée either, ha ha…

    • glutenvygirl had this to say about that:

      The lettuce wraps are my new favorite thing! I am not huge on Chinese food to start with, but YES PLEASE! 😉
      The creme brulee was absolute perfection.
      Thanks for the comment! :)

  2. Profesor had this to say about that:

    Is it not two words?? Or one with a hyphen?

    • glutenvygirl had this to say about that:

      Well, yes, it can be spelled with a hyphen or two words, but I’ve most commonly seen it as one word.
      Though I suppose Words With Friends isn’t exactly an authority;)

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