Gluten free eating out at parties
We all enjoy a party, whether its to celebrate the Christmas season, a birthday or just to share some time with friends.
You may feel it is safer to be the host so that you know what went into the food, but you don't want to end up doing the cooking every time, do you?
If you know the hosts well, why not print out my gluten free food list to make things easy for them?
If the person catering for the party is an acquaintance rather than a friend or family member, you may like to offer to take a dish with you. That way at least you will know that there will be something that you can eat.
Alternatively, eat at home before the party, which not only prevents you feeling hungry while everyone else is tucking in, but you can honestly say, "I ate earlier, I really couldn't manage another bite!".
But don't always assume that there will be nothing for you to eat, as you may well be surprised!