Today is my "blogiversary", as the kids say. For those of you not so hip and with it, that means I've had this blog for a year today. That's a pretty long time. But at the same time, being gluten free is such a part of my life these days that sometimes it's hard to believe I've only been gluten free for a year and a half.
But anyway, I digress from the point of this post. I'm back in Pennsylvania for work again and I stopped by The Wild Tomato in Harrisburg yesterday. I learned about it a few months back when I was doing my initial research on gluten free restaurants in Pennsylvania. I didn't actually need to be in Harrisburg this trip, but I had to drive through the area and was deciding between stopping at The Wild Tomato or Pizza Sorrento in Hershey. Then, I was reading my new issue of Delight Gluten Free Magazine on the train here and they coincidentally had a small blurb about The Wild Tomato from someone in the area and I just had to go.
The Wild Tomato is a small family owned and operated restaurant that does take out, delivery, and catering. They specialize in pizza, grinders, and pastas. 97% of their menu can be made gluten free. I tried the Little Italy gluten free pizza. It was great. What I especially liked about it was the tomato sauce. I'd also be interested in trying the Sausage and Peppers pasta and one of the sandwiches.
For those of you that only like to eat at certified gluten free restaurants, this place is certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) and seems to really understand and care about food allergies. Between the good food, friendly staff, and gluten free assurances of this place, I would definitely come back. I suggest you try it too.