Hello everyone! I am spending the summering interning in Chicago, which means I've gotten a small taste of the adult life in the city. During the week I stick to making my lunches and dinners so that on the weekends I can splurge on restaurants, and one of my friends recommended Wheat's End. As soon as she said the words "completely gluten-free brunch place" I was in. As soon as we sat down, I was probably one of the more indecisive customers, since being able to eat anything on the menu is not usually the norm at other restaurants (this is a fantastic problem to have).
After brunch I went to the beach and relaxed by the water with a good book and some strawberries I picked up from the farmer's market. There's nothing a like a good fresh batch of strawberries--not only are they naturally gluten-free, but they are also delicious!
Stay tuned for more Chicago restaurant reviews, easy recipes you can cook on a work night, and fun tips and tricks as I navigate the city!