It is fine cuisine in a breathtaking, casual communal atmosphere, and as a foodie, I’m truly excited to be a part of this incredible project.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Multi-award-winning author and paleo gluten-free advocate Tina Turbin has announced that she and her middle son have invested in the highly anticipated grand French restaurant, Republique, located on La Brea Avenue.
Previously the seat of Campanile and La Brea Bakery, Republique is an opulent architectural feat, remodeled to emphasize the building's historic past. The new restaurant is the accomplishment of renowned Chef Walter Manzke and his wife Margarita. Chef Manzke brings with him his vast experience from some of the most preeminent European and American kitchens, including Le Louis XV in the Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo, Church and State, and el Bulli.
With Chef Manzke’s accomplished background and his exquisite clean cuisine, Tina, a paleo writer and dedicated foodie, and her son, musician and engineer Cassidy Turbin, had no hesitation in the opportunity to get involved as another "family investment", Tina said.
Although Republique is not a paleo restaurant, Tina said close to 80 percent of Republique’s entrees currently are paleo and gluten-free-friendly. "It is fine cuisine in a breathtaking, casual communal atmosphere, and as a foodie, I’m truly excited to be a part of this incredible project."
Tina is a leading celiac and paleo advocate dedicated to broadly raising awareness about the paleo diet. Tina and two of her other children have been diagnosed with celiac disease, an autoimmune disease triggered by gluten. She turned to the inherently gluten-free paleo diet in order to heal her body from the damage caused by her celiac disease condition. She then founded http://www.PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes.com early in 2013 to widely promote gluten-free and grain-free eating on the paleo diet. Tina is celebrated as the founder of GlutenFreeHelp.info, which was voted the #2 .info website in the world out of over 6.7 million registered .info websites and continues to grow in popularity under the management of Turbin’s daughter, Miranda Jade. Marian Mendenhall, who runs HashtagPaleo.com and @HashtagPaleo on Instagram called the Turbins an "amazing family for paleo and gluten free inspired recipes" and "one talented group!"
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About Tina Turbin:
Tina Turbin is a renowned, multi-award-winning author, baker and cook. After being diagnosed with celiac disease, Tina founded http://www.GlutenFreeHelp.info to help other celiacs and people with gluten issues adapt to the gluten-free lifestyle successfully. After many years on the "standard" gluten-free diet, Tina adopted the paleolithic diet, also known as the paleo or caveman diet, which is also gluten-free. Tina has since become a popular proponent for the paleo diet across the globe. In her advocacy work, Turbin has appeared on numerous radio shows, worked with numerous researchers, doctors, nutritionists and authors, and published hundreds of articles on websites including celiac.com and celiac.org.
Voted the #2 .info website in the world out of over 6.7 million registered .info websites, GlutenFreeHelp.info exerts far-reaching influence. In early 2012, it was largely taken over by Tina’s celiac daughter, Miranda Jade Turbin. Since this transition, Tina has concentrated on spreading the word about the paleo diet through her videos and eBooks, working in her kitchens developing new recipes, and working alongside others to help get mans’ original human diet and lifestyle better understood and successfully applied broadly.
You can find Tina’s paleo gluten-free recipes at http://www.PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes.com and connect with her on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/tina.turbin), Twitter (https://twitter.com/tinaturbin), LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/tinaturbin), and Instagram (@PaleoGlutenFreeRecipes).
Tina is the celebrated author of the multi-award-winning children’s book, Danny the Dragon Meets Jimmy. To learn more about Danny the Dragon, visit http://www.DannytheDragon.com.