Tag Archives: Updates

New Name, New Look, Same Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Focus (Giveaway)

If you came here looking for gluten-free and dairy-free reviews and are wondering what website you are on right now, don’t panic.  Hello, it’s me- Amanda- your gluten-free and dairy-free tour guide on Eating Out Without Gluten and Dairy. Going into my third year of blogging, the time had come for my little blog to grow up a bit, taking on a new name and new look. After all, since the beginning, I have […]

Preview: Expo East

Although I can hardly believe it, I’m almost a quarter of the way through my first semester in college. If I thought time was flying this summer, I’ve come to realize that it’s flying at supersonic speed now! Juggling classes, the dining hall, and learning how to balance all of my commitments is the name of the game and I know I’ll be working hard to make sure I keep my […]

Where I'm Going… and Other Updates

My beautiful new home away from home. As I write this, I’m down to a mere two weeks left in Central Florida before my residence shifts to Baltimore, MD as I embark on latest and greatest adventure… college. Despite all of the unknowns lurking ahead, I cannot wait to explore a whole new city and delve into all the opportunities awaiting me with a fresh start and new direction. Naturally, […]

Blog Your Heart Out

This past month, I feel like I have been going a million different directions. Service dog “boot camp,” finalizing my high school career, organizing my summer plans and getting ready for college have all been vying for my attention alongside the constant flow of reviews and posts I have pending to publish. With today being the official end of my high school career, I finally feel a great weight lifted […]

Guest Post: Celiac in Orlando

When starting out on the adventure that has become Eating Out Without, I looked up to fellow Central Florida bloggers for inspiration as role models in our city’s growing gluten-free movement. Their words and discoveries encouraged me to step up to the plate to add my own voice to the mix. One such blogger, Jennifer from Celiac in Orlando, was one who has supported me from day one and helped […]

Meet Locke

The past two weeks have been a whirlwind for me as I have been finishing up my senior year of high school and have been in training full-time with my new service dog Locke. This two year old yellow lab is incredibly intelligent and has helped me become even more independent thanks to his advanced training to fulfill the roll of a working dog. This past Saturday, we officially graduated […]

The Magic of Inclusive Taco Night

If you’ve ever wondered why I include information on a restaurant’s accessibility on each of my restaurant review posts, it is because I am in a wheelchair thanks to multiple medical conditions which have left me physically disabled. Living with disabilities means that I face numerous barriers each and every day, and part of the reason I love food blogging is that eating great gluten and dairy free food is […]

Two Months In… and Other Reflections

Search the Blog Popular Posts Tropical Smoothie Review (Giveaway) The dawning of a new year is a time when most people take stock of their health habits and refocus on how to make the new year happier and…

Extra, Extra, Read All About It!

I am excited to share that I will be starting a new e-newsletter for my blog! Designed to be a weekly round-up of all the reviews and posts on my blog, the e-newsletter will be a great way to stay connected and never miss a post. For more information and to sign up, check out the new E-Newsletter tab at the top of the page. Check it out!

An Introduction

I absolutely love food. I always have and always will. There’s something about the joy of finding new and unique experiences to share with friends and family.  However, seeking out these new experiences can be frustrating and downright scary when one has to be cognizant of food allergies or intolerances. Around every turn, there is the possibility that things could go wrong and one wrong bite could wreck havoc an entire day- or longer. Going […]