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Tricia Thompson, MS, RD is a nutrition consultant, author and speaker specializing in celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. She is the author of The Gluten-Free Nutrition Guide and has a MS degree in nutrition from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts and a BA degree in English Literature from Middlebury College in Vermont.

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Living Gluten-Free

by Tricia Thompson, MS, RD, The Gluten-Free Dietitian
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If you think you can't have a catered event that is both completely gluten-free and down right decadent-think again. My husband, son and I recently attended a wedding where all the food was gluten free and we all agreed that it was the best food we had eaten at a wedding... ever!!

The bride is my friend and colleague Anne Lee. Many of you are familiar with Anne because until recently she was the dietitian at The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. She is now the U.S. rep for Dr. Schar gluten-free foods.

For those of you looking for inspiration for your next event, here is Anne's complete menu.

Hor'dourves
Grilled baby rack of lamb with scallion leaves

Poached jumbo shrimp wrapped in snow peas and served with lemon aioli

Summer rolls filled with red snapper and papaya and served with a ginger sauce

Cashew encrusted chicken skewers served with a citrus marmalade dipping sauce

Pan seared mango curry glazed sea scallops

Grilled corn quesadillas filled with roasted corn and black beans and served with tomato basil salsa

Salad
Heirloom tomatoes, Asian pear, chiffonade of basil, golden raspberries, and toasted macadamia nuts tossed with apricot ...    Continue



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@ 11:31pm ET on November 8, 2010
My new boyfriend has gluten restrictions on his diet so its been something I've been getting used to. I also have ordered delivered diet meals - i'm wondering, do these have gluten free options?
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