Calo Ristorante (Andersonville, IL.)
Sunday Shout Out!! to the staff at Calo Ristorante in Andersonville, Illinois. They definitely deserve a green ribbon award for being a celiac friendly restaurant. As a new celiac mom, the new norm is not necessarily “NORMal” when you’re going out to eat as a family. Since my son was diagnosed with celiac disease, the best dining out experiences start with a staff who understands and welcomes food allergies. Calo Ristorante (Chicago) cooked up a delicious order of gluten free noodles (as well as a plain salad) separately for my son so as to avoid any risk of cross contamination. My son inhaled every single noodle on his plate. I exhaled … and enjoyed an effortless meal out with my family.
5343 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL. 60640
- It’s season in!! 💙💙 While many like to bake a nice blueberry pie with their pickings, I find that it’s much easier (and tastier) to make a. All the ingredients you need are 3 cups of, a stick of butter, about a half cup of sugar, baking powder, an egg, a teaspoon of vanilla, and 2/3 cup. I often find that it’s hard to work with flour (and the taste is not always as good unless you use an), so I have tried substituting the flour with @krusteaz. The results have been! Just bake at 375 degrees for 30-40 min