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RacerX35

Member Since 30 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 12 2012 04:23 PM
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In Topic: Forgot The Name In Utah

12 January 2012 - 04:23 PM

Good to have the info. I know there are quite a few places that are sensitive to people needing gluten free menus and products. I go to the Whole Foods Market when there is one in town, quite a good selection as well. I have a couple of friends in Orem that I haven't seen in almost 15 years and have already found a few restaurants to choose from there and then SLC on Saturday. I will be going to The Original Pancake House Sunday morning before heading back home. The gluten free pancakes are incredible. They taste just like the gluten ones that I remember having before having to go gluten free. I think I can cut a 10 hours drive down to 8 too. B) hahahaha :lol:


Later,

Ray

In Topic: Forgot The Name In Utah

05 January 2012 - 05:07 PM

http://www.eleanorsbakeshop.com/daily-menu/


Haven't been there, just kept ibecause sometimes we go skiing.



Thanks!! I figure, I better cover my bases before heading over. I found a couple of places in Orem where two of my friends live, so we can have dinner there when I arrive.

Thanks again,

Ray B)

In Topic: Update: First Gluten Free Shopping Trip

18 November 2011 - 04:58 PM

I've heard of the bakery in Sandy and plan to try it out in January when I go up to visit friends and family. The Betty Crocker cookies, brownies and cakes are great. In Salt Lake is one of The Original Pancake House restaurants. They have gluten free pancakes that ae fantastic. I always make corn tortilla quesadillas flat (2 tortillas) and cut like a pizza. The kids will eat them with me like that. I also love to go to The Old Spaghetti Factory in Trolley Square in Salt Lake as well. As I said in a previous post, they have gluten free noodles and I was told that all their sauces (except meatball sauce) are gluten free and no croutons on the salad of course. I get the bread, but only eat it toasted. This is a personal opinion, but it seems to have the consistency of the regular old wheat flour bread when warmed. It has always seemed too dry just thawed. We had a beach trip one day and my wife had made sandwiches for the family. This was when we were first getting used to the gluten free thing. I got my sandwich out of the cooler and took a bite,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. It was too dry for me and I just ate the meat and cheese out of it. There is Kettle Brand potato chips in all different flavors including Bar-B-Q, it says gluten free on the front-side advertisment. I also buy the UDIs bagels. Their great for breakfast.

Have fun!


Ray :D

In Topic: Purposely Glutened

18 November 2011 - 04:32 PM

I don't cheat and really have now inclination to. Whenever I have had some gluten,,,,,,, it usually ends (I am epileptic, possible due to gluten) with me having multiple mild seizures over a day or two, mostly just one day. This keeps me from wanting to cheat and eat. I drive my kids to school on my way to work. The whole roundtrip is about 70-75 mailes a day. I mean, I do look long and hard at fresh baked sourdough bread and love the aroma and all that stuff. I just think of my consequences and the thought goes straight out of my head. ;)


Later,

Ray

In Topic: New To Gluten Free. Advice And Serviving Thanksgiving

17 November 2011 - 01:05 PM

Here, I am cut & pasting from the other thread. This is the comment I made there. :D


At our first Thanksgiving gluten free. My wife toasted some gluten free bread and we made a home made stuffing. Of course with the size of our family coming over, we usually have 2 turkeys and 1 ham. One turkey was "normal" (you have to remember as well, that when the turkey is being basted, there is gluten from the stuffing just soaking in the turkey juices) and the other was gluten free. Everybody that tried the gluten free one said that they didn't really taste a difference. My mother also cooked up a very good gluten free gravy for me! At my age and still spoiled by mommy :D . I had a niece that made a gluten free cake and my wife and I found some gluten free crusts for a pumkin pie and an apple pie. If you get the support, then Thanksgiving is just as fun as it always has been.

Good luck!

Ray