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traci

Member Since 12 Aug 2004
Offline Last Active Oct 31 2005 12:56 PM
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Chili's

26 July 2005 - 10:16 AM

Please be aware that we cannot guarantee that any item is completely wheat-free due to
cross-contamination possibilities in the preparation of our food items. Therefore, the list
we have compiled is based on the information obtained from our supplier ingredient
statements: ** Fried food items are not prepared in a dedicated fryer and could pick-up
wheat proteins from other items.

STARTERS:
Chips and Salsa**

SOUPS:
Baked Potato Soup

SALADS:
Dinner House Salad

SALAD DRESSINGS:
Caesar
Thousand Island
Honey-Lime
Honey Mustard

SIDES:
Kettle Black or Mashed Beans
Sautéed Mushrooms – Order without Garlic Spread.
Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Veggies – Order without Garlic Spread.
Corn on the Cob – Order without Garlic Spread.

BURGERS: Omit French Fries **
Bacon Burger - Order without the Bun.
Mushroom Swiss Burger – Order without the Bun and Fajita Onions.
Old Timer Burger with or without Cheese – Order without the Bun.
Peppercorn Burger – Order without the Bun, Blue Cheese Dressing, and Blossom Strings.
Peppercorn spice is OK.
Kid Burger – Order without the Bun.

GUILTLESS GRILL: request dry-grilled, choose additional side items from above "Sides"
list.
Guiltless Grill (GG) Salmon with Steamed Veggies – Order without Rice or Garlic
Spread on Salmon.

STEAKS: request dry-grilled, choose side items from above "Sides" list.
Flamed-grilled Ribeye, Classic Sirloin, NY Strip – Order without Garlic Toast, Garlic
Spread, and Herb Au Jus Sauce.
Honey BBQ Sirloin – Order without Garlic Toast and Garlic Spread on Steak. Honey
BBQ Sauce is OK.

EXTRAS:
Pico de Gallo
Salsa
Side Corn Tortillas – raw

DESSERTS:
Chocolate Shake with Sprinkles (prepared in dedicated mixer)

P.f Changs In Naples, Florida

22 March 2005 - 04:34 PM

I was so excited when I found this place in Naples, Fl.. However it is nearly impossible to find. After several phone calls in which I got directions then new directions, I also asked if their gluten free menu was available for take out. The place was packed, waiting was nearly 2 hours, and all reservations were filled. So I am presuming the food is great.

However we stopped on the way back to our hotel. My husband went in and asked to see take out menu. Nothing on it noted any gluten-free items. Then he called them from the lot and asked if they had a copy of the gluten-free menu. They did, however you could not remove it from the place. But they could fax it to me. I was IN MY CAR, no fax. It was available online Makenzie told me. I AM IN MY CAR driving... sorry we cannot help you.

I was so angry I never called back and I will never ever grace their place with my presence. I was tired, starving and sick to death of yogurt and cold shrimp by this time. I probably did not try as hard as I could but I was reassured that I could order take out off the gluten-free menu, however this menu can only be faxed or gotten online.

For folks who scream about their gluten-free menu.. they sure dont help you out at all. :angry:

Canned Beef Broth Or Stock

14 February 2005 - 02:21 PM

Can anyone tell me is there any kind of prepared, beef broth that is gluten-free? I know that there are powdered soup bases but I cannot seem to find any info on canned beef broth. thanks to anyone who can help

Booze

01 January 2005 - 03:52 PM

I was a beer drinker, tried to kill the pain, which I was sure was bone cancer. Beer only made it much much worse. Now I drink Barcardi Limon with Sprite or Sierra Mist or 7 Up. The last 2 times I drank, I woke up with a killer migraine. I mean killer, wanting to die. And no I did not drink the whole bottle :huh: Last night I had 2 drinks in about 2 hours with snacks. The time before 3 in about 4 hours with dinner. I have found that I am no longer the drinker I once was. I could drink most people under the table before. Now A couple and I am buzzing, which I take to mean I am healing and a positive thing. But now this.. I know migraines are not usually celiac signs, are they? But has anyone else had this happen? I wanted to die last night, really and truly. Does anyone else have a bad reaction to booze? I have given up so much and now it looks like I have to give up my drinks that I have 5-6 times per year??? Ok sorry, that was self pity. But it makes me mad. :angry:

The first time was out to dinner at a restaruant I previously had no trouble with. spose the second time some silly waiter may have poisoned me accidently. But last night? I ate only what I brought to the party. I have learned the hard way to not listen to even my closest friends when they say Oh that only has this and this in it.. I am sure they used the same knife for the cheese that they used to saw off a hunk of bread or somethin'. I get sick every time I take someone's word for it.

Wheat Starch

22 December 2004 - 02:29 PM

Hello all and HAPPY HOLIDAYS. I for one cannot wait for them to be over but I am a Scrooge and cannot help it. However I do wish everyone here health and good food to eat.

I tried to seach the board on Wheat Starch, turned up about a gazillion titles that had everything to do with wheat but nothing about starch.

I have always loved Asian food, and have always used stuff like rice paper wrappers for spring rolls etc. YUMMY, try it!! Recently tho I am trying to branch out. I am very keen on getting my hands on fresh rice noodle sheets, Sa Ho Fun I found some, this is the boonies we dont even have Asian Markets, I gotta go miles and miles just to see more than Soy Sauce and Chow Mein noodles.. but they have Wheat Starch in them. I seem to recall someone talking about this but I cannot find the thread. Is Wheat Starch safe? I dont honestly see how it could be but.. <_<

Many thanks to anyone who can help.