Many New Yorkers take pride in the fact that they have empty fridges, surviving on the panoply of take out choices available at the touch of a dial.
I had a full fridge even before Celiac, but “ordering in” from a library of menus ranging from Italian to Vietnamese suddenly become off limits when adhering to a gluten free diet. I mourned the loss of convenience but relished the new foods and recipes that entered my culinary repertoire. Sometimes though, you are just too tired to cook.
After enjoying a lovely gluten free meal at Gobo, I was pleased to learn that their Upper East Side location delivers to my apartment! Imagine my delight when a friend visited from out of town, being able to offer her a menu, order dinner and have it delivered right to my door. While the fresh foods in my fridge won’t be replaced with take-out containers any time soon, it’s always nice to have a variety of options.
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