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  1. Thian Thai Restraunt serves gluten-free foods. Let them know you are gluten-free and they will take care of ya. Real good Thai food!
  2. For all you WA state gluten-free folks. Farrelli's has gluten-free pizza that is pretty dang good. Their bread sticks are great! A little pricey so be prepared. It is gourmet so it is expected. http://farrellispizza.com/
  3. I haven't read through every post about gluten test kit here on this forum. My question is there any good easy to use gluten test kits available. The ones I see are for single tests not multiple tests. They seem to be pricy. What do you folks know?
  4. They have a website that lists everything and a cautionary statement at the bottom. http://www.fritolay.com/your-health/for-sp...tary-needs.html
  5. Vlasic pickles are gluten free.
  6. Here is an Email I got from God Fathers. Dear Customers, Thank you for your inquiry. We are equally excited about the gluten free pizza being offered at 108th and Maple St. in Omaha, Nebraska and our new test location at 802 N. Ankeny Blvd. in Ankeny, Iowa. Currently we are testing the gluten free pizza at these two locations to ensure all safety precautions are met to prevent cross contamination operationally within the store. With the success of our test we will look for more corporate and franchise stores to sign aboard and join in the successful venture of offering the option of a gluten free pizza. Both Corporate and Franchise locations will be responsible for agreeing to and meeting the guidelines that have been set by the Godfather
  7. Hats off to Garlic Jim's gluten free pizza in South Hill Puyallup WA. It has been a long time since I had pizza. It was just fantastic! It was a little on the small side and a pricey, but for a gourmet pizza it was worth every shinny penny I spend on it. Thanks Garlic Jim's for stepping up!
  8. Bonney Lake WA
  9. I tried the pizza at Haleys corner. It was chickin,pesto and galic. FANTASTIC and very feeling! It has been a long time since I ate pizza.
  10. Haven't had Bardstale beer. Any good? Haven't had pizza in a long time either. I might have to make a stop on the way out. Is the pizza baked or can I bake it at home?
  11. There is a Gluten free fair at Nature's Market in Kent, WA. May 17 & 18 from 11:AM to 4:PM. Vendors and food tasting. I have never been there and I hear they have a cool store. I will be there this weekend. See ya, Greg naturesmarketkent.com Nature's Market 26011 104th Ave SE. Kent, WA. 98030-7647
  12. OOoppppssss I have the menu for the Outback not Claim Jumpers. I do know that I emailed them and they did reply to me with the food options to choose from. Of course it wasn't alot of choices but still worth the evening out. Here is some contact info for them. http://www.claimjumper.com/hypertext/contact_guest.htm
  13. I got an email back from Don, the owner of "The Rock Wood Fired Pizza". He mentioned he would give the gluten free pizza a shot if he could get a good turn out. Or he also offered to make the pizza you want if you wanna bring in your own dough. http://therockwfp.com/ I ate there before I was told I couldn't any longer. They make some really good pizzas. The best I have ever tasted. Does anyone know if the white sauce on pizzas gluten free????????????????
  14. I was doing the mothers day thing today, so I will try to remember to post the Outback menu on Sunday. I just did Walker about a month ago. That place was cool and would be even better if it had more trail. I really liked the express way We might be doing Elbe (BusyWild) on May 31. You wanna wheel?