Happy opening day!

Pictured above: veggie hot dogs from the Brushfire Grill in Comerica Park. Gardenburgers, black bean burgers and veggie Italian sausage are also on the menu.   Sorry I've been AWOL the past week— final projects in grad school have been eating my time. But, I'll have a new recipe post up this week!

Three places to check out in Plymouth

I went in search of cupcakes and returned with fresh coconut juice and a tasty sandwich. After finding a gluten-free bakery in Plymouth, Rumi’s Passion Gluten-Free Bakery, I decided I needed to check the city out. First on my list was Drought, an organic raw juice shop that carries freshly-pressed, delicious fruit juice. The coconut... Continue Reading →

Quick hit: Ethel’s Edibles, grand opening!

Need to satisfy a sweet tooth? You're in luck— today is Ethel's Edibles grand opening. Located in St. Claire Shore on Harper Avenue, they'll have specials on their wonderful baked goods, like cupcakes and whoopie cakes, until 4:30 today. (Those whoopie cakes are delightfully addicting.) And it's all gluten-free. For more info, check out their... Continue Reading →

Heart-shaped, gluten-free bliss

It’s a double whammy: not only do you have to find the perfect gift on Valentine’s Day, you’re shopping for someone who’s gluten-free or vegan, or both. Luckily, a couple of enterprising bakers in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor have got you covered with tasty, locally made baked goods for every dietary persuasion. (But really,... Continue Reading →

Raw food roundup

  Updates: For raw food in the Detroit area, check out the wonderful food of Cacao Tree in Royal Oak; their sister restaurant, the Clean Plate, in Macomb County, and Try it Raw in Birmingham. Rightfully Raw sells fantastic guacamole (and other tasty snacks) at Detroit’s Eastern Market on Saturdays. Follow them on Facebook to see... Continue Reading →

Gluten-free pizza in metro Detroit

Need to grab a slice of pizza? Even if you’ve taken wheat out of your diet, there’s places in and around Detroit to get your pizza fix. Before ordering, know that most places with gluten-free pizza only offer it in one size— usually small or medium. And if you have celiac’s, ask the restaurant itself... Continue Reading →

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