Pizza Hut – Again.

I can't believe I'm writing about Pizza Hut - again. But here I am.

At this point in time/education, at their size, there's no excuse for not having their act together when it comes to food allergies. And yet...

Three Sweet Ways to Say "I Love You" Dairy, Egg, Peanut and Tree Nut-Free

Three Sweet Ways to Say "I Love You" Dairy, Egg, Peanut and Tree Nut-Free

Here are three simple and easy to prepare ways to help you celebrate Valentine's Day safely. All the treats and delicious and free from dairy, egg, peanuts and tree nuts and two are gluten free as well!

Skiing Mount Snow:  A Food Allergy Review

Skiing Mount Snow: A Food Allergy Review

...We had SUCH a great experience there, I wanted to pass along a few *specific* points of information for those of you thinking about going....

Milk Alternatives -Best of the Best

Getting the proper amount of calcium is a tough job for those with a dairy allergy. There are many ways to incorporate dairy into your diet (see How to Get Enough Calcium When You're Dairy-Free), but a nutritionist recently told me that the best way to get calcium is to drink it. And, sometimes you just want something cold and delicious to pour on cereal. So here's a list of the best products among milk alternatives...

Halloween, Safety and Teal Pumpkins

Halloween is a particularly tricky time for kids with food allergies. I'm always amazed at how many houses give out treats laden with peanuts, tree nuts and other common allergens. Although my son understands that he can get a safe treat from me when the house treat is a no-go, it's hard not to be disappointed for him. Holidays routinely make kids with food allergies feel left out and Halloween is the king among them.