Jennifer Harris

Who is Gluten Free Go To Guide?

Jennifer D. Harris, based in Atlanta, is a gluten-free consultant, product specialist, and News Editor for Gluten Free Living Magazine. After she was diagnosed in 1997 with celiac disease, Jennifer began a mission to educate businesses and consumers on the boundless possibilities of living a gluten-free lifestyle. In addition to offering keen insights on gluten-free products, Jennifer founded the Gluten-Free Go-To Guide to equip businesses with the skills they need to extend their dining selections to the gluten-free consumer.

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  • Atlanta’s Gluten-free News – August 9th
    Locally owned Four Fat Cows, a gourmet ice cream shop serving gluten-free ice cream, gluten-free puffle cones, gluten-free baked goods and more, is opening a new location this August in Buckhead. The new location is on Pharr Road is adjacent to Karma Farm, a dedicated gluten-free restaurant. The ice cream shop will be located at 30 […]
  • Where to find gluten-free fried chicken in Atlanta
    Living in a region known for all-things-fried, you might think finding gluten-free fried chicken would next to impossible, but it isn’t. It’s all about knowing where to look. Light, flaky, tender, well-seasoned and grease-free fried chicken is on the menu at nine local restaurants and one dedicated bakery in and around Atlanta. Stop by any […]
  • Celebrate National French Fry Day at These Local Restaurants
    Finding a true burger and fry experience in Atlanta is a struggle. Why? French fries are only gluten free when they are prepared in a dedicated fryer free of gluten ingredients. The wheat-y bits left behind from onion rings, etc., contaminate the oil and can attach to said fry during cooking rendering it unsafe. Kitchen […]
  • Atlanta’s Gluten-free News – July 12th
    Bar Margot has the ultimate summer lunch special that says ‘beach body be damned’. Executive Chef Michael Patria has added a $5 burger (gluten-free buns available) to Wednesday’s menu and talks inspiration and toppings for the mouthwatering creation. What was the motivation to sell the burger for only $5? “I wanted to do something a little unexpected. While […]
  • Restaurant Review: The Alden in Chamblee
    Serving Sunday brunch and dinner Tuesdays through Saturdays, The Alden in Chamblee is truly a hidden gem. Their largely seasonal menu consists of modern twists on Southern classics conceived by accomplished Chef Jared Alden Hucks. Dishes are prepared with locally and regionally sourced ingredients using the labor-intensive style of tweezer placement. Dehydrated strawberries, bee pollen, razor […]
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