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YankeeFan

Member Since 24 May 2004
Offline Last Active Jun 23 2004 10:08 PM
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In Topic: You've Probably Heard It All Before

23 June 2004 - 10:08 PM

From you name, YankeeFan, it seems as if you live in NY. If so, here are some restaurant links: at Silly-Yak.com they have restaurants that are or accomodate to gluten-free eaters in NYC:

yup...i'm in NY.


30 min. from NYC.

i added those sites to my favorites.

THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!!!!

In Topic: You've Probably Heard It All Before

14 June 2004 - 11:56 PM

Z-

Thanks for all your help also. I'm learning from each one of you and I appricate it more then you'll know. :D

In Topic: You've Probably Heard It All Before

26 May 2004 - 02:08 PM

^^ Thanks! :D

I'm going to look at those links now, before dinner. ;)

In Topic: You've Probably Heard It All Before

25 May 2004 - 11:38 PM

WOW!!

I came on this message board, thinking I would state my problems, a few people would read my post and ignore it, because we're all in the same boat.

I'm blown away by the support and help that each one of you has given me.

I did not know that these places had gluten-free menus.

I really appreciate all the cooking tips you guys shared with me.

Suzanne, Kim, YankeeDB, lovegrov, and jhmom.....I want to say Thank you VERY MUCH!!

I look forawrd to printing out you replies, clicking on your links, trying some of your cooking techniques, etc.

Thanks for helping me in a BIG way, and thanks for the support.

I owe you guys and gals. ;)

In Topic: You've Probably Heard It All Before

24 May 2004 - 08:00 PM

jedwhit-

Thank you VERY much for the reply. It was very helpful. I'm printing your reply out, so I can remember the names of pastas you've given me.

Can you please tell me where you buy the pasta? I have a "Whole Foods" supermarket near me. It's a "healthy" supermarket. The pasta I buy there is:

BI-AGLUT. it's Gluten free, made in Italy and tastes like chalk. :D


My Girlfriend cooks for me on weekends, and she makes me Gluten free meals to have during the week at home, but by Tuesday the food either goes bad, or i finish them :(

Thanks again.