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  1. Rib Crib

    March 21, 2007 Dear Ms. Thompson: Thank you for your interest in Rib Crib. Our Mild Barbecue Sauce does not contain a wheat-rye-barley or oats based gluten, but the Hot Barbecue Sauce does contain hydrolyzed wheat gluten. Our Rib Crib seasoning, which we rub on several of our smoked meats (Brisket, Pulled Pork, Spare Ribs, Baby Back Ribs, Smoked Turkey and Smoked Chicken, in addition to sprinkling on our Seasoned Fries, Smokin' Chicken Nachos, etc.), contains MSG. MSG is technically a gluten but not always a concern for the community with Celiac Sprue disease or gluten concerns. This use of MSG is very small based upon the amount of barbecue spice used in our recipes and the small amount of MSG in the spice but, I do not mean to diminish the reaction of allergies to MSG if this is a concern for you. If your diet allows MSG, then modified W-R-B-O food starches would be your only constraint. Anything breaded would not be allowed, like our Chicken Tenders, Toast/Buns, Cobblers, Brownies, Seasoned Fries, Onion Rings and any product containing our flour tortillas (Quesadillas, Crispy Strips on our Salads, etc.), our ranch beans do contain a modified food starch that is wheat based. Our nachos use a corn based tortilla. The Celiac/Gluten free concerned guest would be best to select our smoked meats or select one of our entr
  2. Winslow Health Foods on Glenstone Ave. has a cafe that is open 11-3pm M-F for lunch. They serve all kinds of things and can adapt 90% of menu items to be gluten free. I have eaten there twice now. Both times I ordered the Chicken Salad Quesidilla on gluten-free torts. Wonderful! If you go just let them know that you need to eat gluten-free and they will guide you through the menu. I have had no issues with cross contamination. These people own the store also so they are very aware of what we can and cannot eat. It is so refreshing to not have to worry.
  3. I haven't seen a post for these but I love Thai Kitchen noodle bowls. I take them to work for lunch. They are fast and taste really good. I also love Old Mission tostadas, white or yellow corn torts, and corn chips. They all have a BIG red label that says Gluten Free. Plus, they sell them at Wal-Mart! Just my two cents. Hope it helps. Anyone else have favorties to share? I am new at this but this forum is helping me learn a lot.
  4. Buffalo Wild Wings-springfield, Mo

    Yes BF I do live there. I just started the gluten free life style so I don't have any real recommendations. Although there is a Chili's and an Outback in town that have gluten free menus. There are two Buffalo Wild Wings in Springfield. One on Battlefield and the other on North Kansas Exp. almost to I-44. Oh, and there is a new Chick Fila and Red Robin on South Glenstone. I know they offer gluten free choices but I have yet to visit them. Does that help?
  5. Sonic Drive In

    CC issues at any Sonic is a REALLY big issue. (I've been inside several.) I'd stick with the drinks and stay away from the food. Sorry to disappoint
  6. I ate last night at the Buffalo Wild Wings on north Kansas Exp. in Springfield, MO. I am new to the world of no gluten but had read up on them and what I could have. I ordered the Carribean Jerk and Parmesan Garlic wings. I explained my condition to the waiter and asked that my wings be mixed in a clean and seperate bowl from all other wings. The waiter was a little confused and went straight to the manager on the other side of the reasturant. He returned to our table and assured me that the manger was taking care of my wings and that they would be the best I had ever eaten. Long story short....the wings were great and I feel great! Hooray! I will be going back very soon!