Because Gus

Because Gus is the first gluten free media created by Cécilé Gleize in Paris. It relates about what new on gluten free is happening in France and around the world. I am so happy to be featured on Because Gus with a brilliant article on the Gluten free Food Tours that I organise.

To read it, click here.


Chartres Sans Gluten

Chartres sans gluten is a beautiful blog on gluten free created by a lovely French woman named Claire. Claire lives in Chartres and her blog is about the recipes she creates for her family everyday and also about the treasures she finds out in her own town and along her travels. I am honoured that she made a “Chiara” special recipe and wrote an article about me.

To read it, click here.

Gluten Trip

I am so honoured to be the guest of the month of Gluten Trip, a project that I like very much. Gluten Trip it the Trip Advisor of the gluten free foodie world! It is meant to make our life definitely easier and add much fun to it.

To read my interview, click here.

Love in the city of light

I am so happy and honoured that talented blogger and designer Kasia Dietz has dedicated a full article on the Gluten free Food Tours that I organise in Paris on her amazing blog!

To read it, click here.


Alexandra Muller

Alexandra Muller is a beautiful French blog about lifestyle, travels, healthy tips, city guides. Most of all Alexandra has become a good friend of mine during the last year and I am so happy and honoured that she recently surprised me with a post dedicated to me and to Baci di Dama. I am very grateful.

To read the article, click here.

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Free Glù

Free Glu is a new Italian project that aims at delivering at your doorstep the best gluten free products sourced all around the world. Enrico Tarantino, the founder, asked me for an interview on Baci di Dama. Living gluten free. So happy!

To read my interview, click here.


Pentagrammi di Farina

Pentagrammi di Farina is a wonderful Italian blog that animated by two long-time friends Alessia and Daniela. It explores great food, travel, local producers, and also bloggers! They dedicated me an article and I am very happy about it!

To read it, click here.



Niepi is the first French magazine specialised in the art of living and eating gluten free. I am so happy and honoured to be featured on the Autumn issue, number 11, along with the Gluten free Food Tour that I organised for the magazine in Italy.

To read my interview, click here.


Veggie Magnifique

I met Ann and Chloe from the beautiful blog Veggie Magnifique some months ago. We share common interests and passion for eating healthy and gourmand. I am honoured to be one of the first to be featured on their new section “You’re magnifique”.

To read my interview, click here.  

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French Zest

French Zest is a beautiful French blog that proposes recipes to suit any kind of food intolerance or allergy. I am delighted to be featured on it with both an interview and a share of one of my favourite recipes: the Italian caprese!

To read my interview, click here.

To read my recipe, click here



Frichty is a French blog that I like very much. When its founder, Audrey, asked me for interview I was so happy! I interviewed her as well for my blog. As women, we support each other in our projects and that is joy for me.

To read my interview, click here.


Petit Futé

French Journalist Alma Rota recently published a new book by Petit Futé: Sortir et Manger sans gluten, a travel guide about all the gluten free addresses in France. How great is that! I was so happy when she asked me to share my favourite gluten free places in Paris where I currently live. I also shared one of my favourite Italian recipes: the Caprese.

To read my article, click here.