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Thanks Laura, I'll have to remember to check it out :)

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Great, Patti! I haven't seen her new show and don't know much about it. You'll have to let me know!

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I caught the tail end of her show today and she was talking about tomorrow's show. She said she was cooking for a kid who had allergies to peanuts, and a few other things, but she didn't say anything about wheat or gluten. Still, maybe the topic will come up - we'll keep our fingers crossed!

- Lauren

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I've had it on in the backgound :D

Rachel said that they've gotten tons of letters, emails and phone calls about cooking for people with food allergies.

They had a cute little 6 year old boy on named Matthew--who is allergic to soy, dairy and peanuts. Rachel talked to him and his mom about going out to eat (they were a lot like us--she asked for a clean grill, looked at the package of the rolls he wanted, etc), everyday meals at home and things like birthday parties and school.

She and the mom made a recipe--Pizza Burgers--that would be safe for him with his allergies.

She also said that there will be a recipe swap on their website. People can go on to find recipes and post their favorites for special diets.

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Watch the Rachel Ray Show today (10/3)

http://www.rachaelrayshow.com/?q=tvshow/week

october 3, 2006

"Bad" Foods That Are Good For You!

Got a child who suffers from food allergies? Rachael shows you how to create a meal that anyone can eat and enjoy! Plus, former "bad foods" that are actually good for you.

Sorry for the late notice on this. Just heard about this!

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SofiEmiMom--I merged your topic into the original one so it would be easier for everyone to find. Thanks :)

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Gluten was not discussed (I think the kid was allergic to everything BUT gluten), but Rachael said that if you had allergy-free recipes of any kind, go on her website and submit them. She will post some of them. So maybe those of you who are good cooks can submit some yummy gluten-free recipes and we'll at least get some net coverage! :)

- Lauren

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This is such a coincidence - last Friday I typed a four page letter to Rachael Ray about living with Celiac Disease. There is no way that this could have anything to do with the show today, but isn't it a funny coincidence? Isn't it great to hear public figures talking about food allergies and intolerances?

Thanks for posting this - I would have missed it.

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