Last week I attended The Hour happy hour event for the second time and met a few new gluten free bloggers based in DC – so I thought it would be a good time to put together a listing!
City Life Eats (Valerie) – “I am passionate about thriving in all aspects of life – professional and personal. For me that means working long hours as an attorney and strategizing to balance the demands of job with my interests in food, healthy and mindful living.”
Glutie Foodie (Shira Kraft) -“This blog is a place to critique my dining out experiences in Washington DC and beyond and to provide a platform for conversation. Knowledge, experience, and outreach are the best defenses for us gluten-challenged. With your help, my mission is to reclaim fellow gluties’ culinary freedom, one reservation at a time.”
Gluten Free D.C. (Lauren Katz) – “Follow along as I discover gluten-friendly (and some not-so-friendly) spots in the District.”
Gluten Free Foodies Review (Sean Dillon and Kelly Sajonia) – “Here you will find reviews of restaurants, products, GF-focused websites, and travel. Additionally, articles with tips for living a gluten-free life are published. Our goal is to enrich the lives of those who are gluten-free.”
Gluten Free Goodness (Cheryl Harris) – “This is the spot for my recipes and musing on food and self-care.”
Gluten Free Jet Set (Anna) – “Gluten-Free Jet Set is your resource for locating the most delicious gluten-free food around the world. Here you’ll find tantalizing food photography, thoroughly researched restaurant reviews, and tried-and-true advice on staying healthy by eating right while traveling. Don’t let your gluten-free lifestyle hold you back from traveling anywhere or tasting [nearly] anything!”
Jules Gluten Free (Jules Shepard) – “Jules is one of the top experts on gluten-free living in the Washington area; Time magazine, ABC, and other major media outlets line up for her advice. The Celiac patient got her start five years ago by sending out a newsletter that featured new gluten-free recipes and products; now she has her own blog, website, and line of gluten-free flour, and has penned three books.”
Tayler Made (Tayler Lofquist) – “I started Tayler Made in 2011 to share my experiences in living with food allergies. Since then, I have been fortunate to reintroduce some of those once-forbidden foods back into my diet, but I will always have a passion for good, allergen-friendly cooking.”
It’s crazy how many blogs have come and gone in the last few years. All of these blogs have been updated recently so you should be able to count on them for updates! Let me know if I missed anyone!