Holidays

What about the Food Allergy Dads? Kudos to Billy Barnett this Father’s Day

By Kelley Barnett, leader of the Food Allergy Alliance of the MidSouth I’m hesitant to praise my husband for being a dad, because that’s what he signed up for when we had children. But we all know how difficult being a food allergy parent can be, and he deserves the accolades. Before terms like FA,… Continue reading What about the Food Allergy Dads? Kudos to Billy Barnett this Father’s Day

Holidays

Cheers to Dave Ryan: Baker, Advocate, and Food Allergy Dad

By: Christina West, leader of the Food Allergy Community of Western Springs Area Thanks for the opportunity to recognize my husband, Dave Ryan, for all the amazing work he does on behalf of our family and the food-allergic community. Our daughter Audra has multiple life-threatening food allergies. We both work outside the home, but Dave has… Continue reading Cheers to Dave Ryan: Baker, Advocate, and Food Allergy Dad

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Father’s Day Guest Post: Doug Pinto

In this special Father’s Day guest post, food allergy dad Doug Pinto discusses how his family manages food allergies. Doug is a co-founder of Don’t Go Nuts products. Tell us about your family and the food allergies affecting your family. I am the father of a severely food-allergic child. Her name is Lily, and she… Continue reading Father’s Day Guest Post: Doug Pinto

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Father’s Day Guest Post: Brian Walker

In this special Father’s Day guest post, food allergy dad Brian Walker discusses how his family manages food allergies. Brian and his wife are the owners of Nutphrees Bakery in Chicago. Tell us about your family and the food allergies affecting your family. My wife Sonia and I have three kids, ages 8, 6 and… Continue reading Father’s Day Guest Post: Brian Walker

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What a Food Allergy Dad Wants for Father’s Day

By: Scott Riccio, FARE Senior Vice President, Education & Advocacy Tools? A new grill? Sporting event tickets? All of these are, I suspect, common responses to that age-old question, “What does dad want for Father’s Day.” Of course, for those of us who are fathers to children with food allergies, I’d like to add, “a… Continue reading What a Food Allergy Dad Wants for Father’s Day

Allergy-Friendly Recipes

Allergy-Friendly Father’s Day Barbeque Recipes

Let Dad spend time doing what he does best – man the grill at your Father’s Day barbeque! These food allergy-friendly recipes for steak marinade and potato salad are perfect for dads and guests alike and free of the top eight food allergens. Milk-free, Egg-free, Wheat-free, Peanut-free, Tree nut-free, Soy-free, Fish-free, Shellfish-free (Free of the Top Eight food… Continue reading Allergy-Friendly Father’s Day Barbeque Recipes

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Father’s Day Guest Post: Pete and Dave, Founders of Skeeter Snacks

In this special Father’s Day guest post, food allergy dad Dave Leyrer discusses why all dads need to be educated about food allergies. Dave partnered with another food allergy dad, Pete Najarian, to start Skeeter Snacks, a line of cookies and snacks made specifically for those with tree nut and peanut allergies. Tell us about… Continue reading Father’s Day Guest Post: Pete and Dave, Founders of Skeeter Snacks