How to handle a tender palate

Sep 8, 2012

 

Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches — that's something I can't live without. But you probably know someone with a peanut allergy. Those can be very serious.

In her blog for the Smart Living Network, Sue Chef (is that really her name?) of Grand Rapids writes about a fellow food blogger, Elisabeth Veltman, who says she has several allergies that prevent her from enjoying some of her favorite foods.

In "Food Allergies and a Tender Palate," Chef sat down with Veltman to talk about what she does to protect herself, especially when dining out.

“I can eat at restaurants that have standardized their kitchen and service practices to accommodate allergies, and have chefs who are willing to work with me," Veltman said. "In downtown Grand Rapids, I found any of the Essence Group restaurants to be very good.”

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