FeaturesFeb/Mar 2014 Issue

Dining Along

Dining Along

Driving from Denver to Des Moines, there are few roadside eateries. So where’s a celiac to eat?

“Look—cows!” My city-bred husband points to a herd grazing on a roadside pasture as we drive through the country’s heartland on I-80, the second longest interstate in the nation. Tim and I are traveling from our home in Colorado to attend The Gluten and Allergen Free Expo in Des Moines. Along with the occasional herd, there are exit signs every six miles with no town in sight and wide-open spaces as far as the eye can see.

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