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#1 Stubborn red head

 
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Posted 04 May 2012 - 04:51 PM

Today is My husband's birthday. Its become a tradition of ours to go to a 5 star restaurant for our birthdays. My husband chose The Chop House this year. When I made the reservations online, I wrote a note to them stating that I was gluten-free and would need a gluten-free Menu.
To my Surprise they had a great selection of gluten-free plates. So I had Carpaccio which I have never had, and ejoyed every bit. It was shaved Beef tenderloin, topped with a Dijon mustard sauce finely chopped mushroom and arugula. It was incredible. For the main course I choose a Australian Rib of Lamb, with a sweet herb sauce made with the au jus sauce from the lamb ribs.

All of this I most likely wouldn't have tried if I hadn't been on the gluten-free Diet. I am so glad for this forcing me out of my comfort zone, and try new foods.
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 07:20 AM

I've started doing that too, when they bring out the gluten-free menu (if they have one) I initially thought of it as limiting, but now I've taken the same approach. Why not try something new! :rolleyes:

Tried Bourbon Chicken at LeeAnn Chin's yesterday and it was yummy (not quite 5-Star, but good nonetheless)
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Diagnosed in October 2011 via diet alterations on the advice of my exasperated Dr.
After several colonoscopies, laporoscopies, stomach and too many tests to mention
Have my life back unless I manage to get Glutened

Learning everyday what I can eat and can't eat




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