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Meridian, Idaho- Chicago Connection

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I just got an email from my MIL who lives in Meridian. She said she drove by Chicago Connection and there was a sign that said they now have Gluten Free crusts. I've never eaten there and I have no idea about their cross contamination preventions, but I thought that was pretty neat! Just thought I'd pass the information on. Has anyone had their pizza yet? If so let us know if it was any good!

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Hey just an update- Hubby and I ate there tonight. It was really yummy too. The gluten-free crusts are 10" and they are the thin crust style, so they are pretty thin. I asked our waitress what brand they were but she wasn't sure. She thought they got them from Food Services but who knows. Next time I'm going to ask the manager. I would have asked them tonight but he wasn't there.

Hubby really liked the crust- it had almost a buttery flavor to it I thought. He preferred it over Louie's pizza and it was about the same price as Louie's only at Louie's their crust is about 7" but thicker (and more dry I think). I think I do prefer Chicago Connection because the atmosphere is more laid back too. But I like how you can get pasta at Louie's. Anyway, I'm starting to ramble but just wanted to let you all know about it!

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Wow, that is great news! :) I will tell my dd. Her fiance has been gluten-free for a week or so to see if his rash on his face will clear up. My dd is not sensitive so cc shouldn't be a problem. Thanks for the tip and feedback. I bet other places will get wise when they hear Chicago Connection's business will be doing well. ;)

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I think it's pretty cool that we have choices now! We can go to Louie's for a more "regular" style pizza or Chicago Connection for a thin crust style. I'm not really sure what I prefer yet as Louie's changed their crust and it's pretty dry now. But it is nice to have both styles!

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I think it's pretty cool that we have choices now! We can go to Louie's for a more "regular" style pizza or Chicago Connection for a thin crust style. I'm not really sure what I prefer yet as Louie's changed their crust and it's pretty dry now. But it is nice to have both styles!

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I've beening enjoying both gluten-free pizza's at Louie's and Chicago Connection. I realized last night that I enjoy Louie's pizza more than CC's the day after. Got a slice in the toaster now... :D

Glad to find this website. I suffered from painful/embarrassing symptoms for more than year, and was fairly recently diagnosed a celiac. Having a background in biochemistry, it's still been a challenge to figure out what foods to avoid.

Thanks for all the info on this Forum! :P

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Haven't been to Chicagoland yet - but I'll put on my list to try now that they have gluten-free pizza! Also heard that Uno Pizza is now serving gluten-free, but my favorite in Chicago is Marcello

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