We are the largest gluten free Meetup Group in the world. All gluten-free people are welcome including people with: Celiac Disease, gluten intolerance/sensitivity, autoimmune conditions, wheat allergy, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, and any aversions to gluten. Loved ones are welcome, too! You do not have to have Celiac Disease to be a member of this group!
Come join us to share information about Celiac Disease, the gluten free lifestyle, gluten free restaurants and products, and general well-being. We can all relate to each other's sagas of being misdiagnosed and sick for many years, and our meetups are a great time to get together and share our experiences.
Join Jessica for a happy hour and cocktail making demo! Jessica will be demonstrating how to make two simple cocktails - gimlets and mojitos. Feel free to make the cocktails along with Jessica (as long as you’re 21+ years old!), or enjoy your own beverage of choice as we chat about how to support local gluten free businesses.
Feel free to enjoy a snack of your choice during the event. If possible, please consider purchasing an item from a NYC gluten free restaurant/bakery - there will be time for attendees to show off their snacks and give shout-outs! (If you are not able to safely pick up food in person, several businesses offer local delivery and shipping. Please note that many bakeries are only shipping at the beginning of each week, so if you plan to place an order consider doing so the week prior to the event)
Where: Your computer. Please use the provided zoom link. The password is “gfmeetup”
When: Tuesday August 11th, 6pm
This week you’ll need:
*Traditionally, gin is used for gimlets and rum is used for mojitos, but substitutions are acceptable.
Cocktail shaker (a mason jar can be used instead)
Muddler (a spoon can be used instead)
This event is 21+. Please drink responsibly.
Disclaimer: The NYC Celiac Disease Meetup Group and its event organizers cannot be held responsible for any injury or illness in relationship to digital events. It is up to individual attendees to read labels, practice safety in their homes, and consult with a medical professional when seeking media advice.