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The growing local Indian mini-chain Tiffin has just opened a location in Voorhees (300 White Horse Rd., 856-888-2775) and is adding another this month in Cherry Hill (1892 E. Rt. 70). Many appetizers and entrees are gluten free, including staples such as saag paneer, chicken tikka masala and tandoori chicken. Other outposts are in Bryn Mawr (847 W. Lancaster Ave., 610-525-0800), Wynnewood (50 E. Wynnewood Rd., 610-642-3344), Elkins Park (8080 Old York Rd., 215-635-9205) and in Philadelphia (710 W. Girard Ave., 215-922-1297; 7105 Emien St., 215-242-3656; 1100 Federal St., 215-468-0104).
Also in Bryn Mawr, Continental BYOB Restaurant Cerise (1011 W. Lancaster Ave., 610-527-4400) can accommodate gluten-free guests and will utilize separate utensils and pans for their orders.
In Ocean City, Caribbean/Mediterranean restaurant 701 Mosaic (701 Fourth St., 609-398-2700) notes gluten-free options on its menus.
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Pasta Flyer's gluten-free pasta will be available during the lunch hours today on Drexel University's campus; my Tuesday post has the details.
Utz's famed potato chips. The seasoned chips are now available in stores in the Philadelphia area and online.
P.F. Chang's Home Menu appetizers or meals qualify, the line's new white and brown rice options are gluten free. They are available in the freezer section at Target.
"Healthy Conversations" series at the Gershman Y arts-and-culture center in Center City (401 S. Broad St., 215-545-4400). Admission is free with advance registration; $5 at the door. Gluten-free refreshments will be served at the event, which begins at 7 p.m.
The Gluten Free Philly business-finder app was featured this week on KYW Newsradio [audio]. With the app, available for iOS and Android devices, you'll find more than 1,400 area gluten-free-friendly businesses in the greater Philadelphia region, search by cuisine or neighborhood, find menus, make reservations and more.
Have a great weekend!