Even easier is the Apple Rosemary Sage liquid brine from Sweetwater Spice, carried locally by Earth Fare and Fresh Market
AllergyEats, the largest online guide to allergy-friendly restaurants, just launched AllergyEats Disney World (www.allergyeats.com/disney) in November. This is a peer-based guide, so you can see which Disney World restaurants might be more (or less) allergy-friendly on your trip. While Disney IS the gold standard, not every restaurant or experience is perfect. AllergyEats Disney World is a great compliment to the advice above. (Other dining tips are also included on the AllergyEats Disney World site.)
Great info -- thanks again!
Thank you ... we'll be attempting the fair for this first time this year. In the past, multiple food allergies scared me off from attending, but this is helpful and giving me the courage to give it a try!
Great tips... thank you! It is helpful for other parents of FA kids and parents of non-FA kids to understand just how much planning and coordination goes into making school a safe experience.
ricky_bobby, the image caption has been adjusted.
Not that I would expect anything different, from an organization as "opinionated" as the Independent, but sorbet is dairy free also. ;)
They're at the Durham Farmers' Market every Saturday, Falconbridge on Wednesdays. I get a full share of veggies each week - always happy with it.
Tooth, many thanks for those additions. Everyone, feel free to add ones you know of and/or use too.
Additions to this list:
Harland's Creek Farm
Phone: 919-675-CRAB (2722)
Smith Angus Farm
Personally, I signed up with Brinkley Farms last summer and had a good experience with them.
I've been considering this but didn't know where to look -- thanks so much!
A sociopath cannot be reformed. He gets satisfaction from the suffering of others. We can assume he'll learn new tricks in prison and be out early.
Well said. He deserved every punishment he got. The best thing that can come out of this trial is heightened awareness regarding food allergies and intolerances, and responsibility taken to ensure the integrity of ingredients and products.
I personally wish Judge Fox had given him the harshest sentence possible of 12 months for each of the 23 counts. To me this would have been no different than if he had opened fire with an automatic weapon into a crowd of defenseless people.
Great article... his sentence is definitely fair. It's astonishing to me that 2nd degree rape only receives 5 1/2 years -- that needs to be fixed! That issue aside, his actions caused damage and his actions were intentional --- I am glad he is behind bars.
Peanut Free Planet located in Noblesville carries products from all the nut free and dairy free chocolate companies mentioned above. You can place your order with them and pick it up or have it sent to you. It's nice to have a company like that nearby!
Great recipes -- thanks!
She loved it! We had them again for breakfast!
What did Talia think of the new pancakes? I'm certain she had an opinion! (Melissa in JoCo)
thank you for this column. It provides some great info for our dairy, egg and fish-free household!
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