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Book details
  • Genre:TRAVEL
  • SubGenre:Europe / France
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Gluten-Free Guides
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:200

The Gluten-Free Guide to France

by Maria Ann Roglieri

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Overview
​All you need to know before and during your trip to France! This detailed book features comprehensive information about restaurants, hotels, B&B's, cafes, food stores that serve gluten-free clients all over France. Plus it offers extensive Gluten-Free French 101 section with tons of specialized vocabulary help. KEY INFO: This is the guide for you if you want to travel gluten-free to Paris, or the French Riviera, or anywhere else in France. You will have detailed info about restaurants that serve gluten-free food, and that have special celiac menus. You'll learn about hotels that serve gluten-free breakfasts. Plus you'll find bakeries that make delicious French pastries, gluten-free! SPECIAL PARIS CHAPTER: Tons of restaurants in Paris, organized in a variety of ways, so you can find a restaurant in the neighborhood of Paris where you'll be visiting on a particular day. You'll be able to look up restaurants by cuisine too! FRENCH LANGUAGE HELP: If you don't speak French, don't worry! We've provided you all the specialized French vocabulary you'll ever need to know. You will be able to read menus written in French and ask the manager/wait staff particular questions about how food is prepared. We had native French speakers put together just the right vocabulary for you so you don't have to worry about miscommunication. It is that easy! We do the research so you don't have to! Load the book on your tablet or your phone and use with or without data once in France. There are links to most of the listed restaurants and hotels so you can do further research before you go or while you are there. Enjoy your trip to France! Bon voyage!
Description
KEY INFO: This is the guide for you if you want to travel gluten-free to Paris, or the French Riviera, or anywhere else in France. You will have detailed info about restaurants that serve gluten-free food, and that have special celiac menus. You'll learn about hotels that serve gluten-free breakfasts. Plus you'll find bakeries that make delicious French pastries, gluten-free! SPECIAL PARIS CHAPTER: Tons of restaurants in Paris, organized in a variety of ways, so you can find a restaurant in the neighborhood of Paris where you'll be visiting on a particular day. You'll be able to look up restaurants by cuisine too! FRENCH LANGUAGE HELP: If you don't speak French, don't worry! We've provided you all the specialized French vocabulary you'll ever need to know. You will be able to read menus written in French and ask the manager/wait staff particular questions about how food is prepared. We had native French speakers put together just the right vocabulary for you so you don't have to worry about miscommunication. It is that easy! We do the research so you don't have to! Load the book on your tablet or your phone and use with or without data once in France. There are links to most of the listed restaurants and hotels so you can do further research before you go or while you are there. Enjoy your trip to France! Bon voyage!
About the author
Maria Ann Roglieri, PhD is professor of Modern Languages and Literatures at St. Thomas Aquinas College in New York. She is author of the book, Dante and Music: Musical Adaptations of Dante's Commedia (Ashgate Press, 2001) and numerous articles on Dante. She holds a B.A. in Italian literature from Columbia University, and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Italian literature from Harvard University. She has won awards for excellence in teaching and for her writing at Harvard University and St. Thomas Aquinas College. Dr. Roglieri is the founder and President of Mari Productions, LLC. Maria has 13 years of experience in researching, writing, lecturing and counseling in the gluten-free community, and, as a celiac herself, in living the gluten-free life. She is the author of The Gluten-Free Guides series, including The Gluten-Free Guide to Italy, The Gluten-Free Guide to France, The Gluten-Free Guide to Spain, and The Gluten-Free Guide to New York. She is a member of the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America and the Association Française des Intolérants au Gluten. She has given lectures on gluten-free living at Phelps Memorial Hospital and the Kraft Center. She has written on gluten-free travel for yahoo.com, celiacchicks.com, Zondermeer Magazine, The Hudson Independent, glutenfreeglobetrotter.com, and the WCSSG newsletter. Her books on gluten-free living have been featured in Italia Magazine, The Washington Post, USA Today, Gluten-Free Living Magazine, Johns Creek Living Magazine, CSA Lifeline, Columbia College Today, as well as celiacchicks.com, foodsmatter.com, glutenfreeglobetrotter.com, glutenfreeda.com, girl.com.au, americansinfrance.net, and francetravelplanner.com.
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