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hi, just wondering if anyone has gone to the teriyaki experience resturant and knows if any of their sauces are gluten-free. i love to go their but since i found out that i have celiac disease i don't know if i can eat their. i emailed the company today but i was hoping to go their for lunch.

if you know thanks in advance.

Mia

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ont know this place but do know teriyaki sauce which is not gluten free and can cause a lot of pain for celiacs depedning how its made. Most of them, including food service industry types from Japan contain not only shoyu (wheat based soy sauce) but also wheat starch and sometimes flour.

There are some gluten-free recipes for sauces you can make your self with what free San J or other soy sauce, sugar and gluten free thickeners like corn starch.

Good luck

ken

hi, just wondering if anyone has gone to the teriyaki experience resturant and knows if any of their sauces are gluten-free. i love to go their but since i found out that i have celiac disease i don't know if i can eat their. i emailed the company today but i was hoping to go their for lunch.

if you know thanks in advance.

Mia

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I make my teriyaki sauce very unconventionally - soy sauce, mirin, and pineapple juice as the sweetener. Simmer w/ an overhead fan on until reduced (but no longer, or you'll burn it). Takes about 5-10 min to make, depending on how much you're doing.

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sounds like a great recipe. Sauces were reduced over time in the "old days". IN the South of Japan, sometimes with pieces of sugar cane floating in them.

I make my teriyaki sauce very unconventionally - soy sauce, mirin, and pineapple juice as the sweetener. Simmer w/ an overhead fan on until reduced (but no longer, or you'll burn it). Takes about 5-10 min to make, depending on how much you're doing.

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Hey Tiff,

Back in the 70's there was a restaurant chain called Steak & Ale. My fav was a teriyaki steak. Can't remember what it was actually called. Anyway, at some point I started doing service work for the chain and I was in & out of the kitchen enough to find out what the marinade was. It was

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I vaguely remember a Steak and Ale in downtown Chicago. Same chain perhaps?

Hey Tiff,

Back in the 70's there was a restaurant chain called Steak & Ale. My fav was a teriyaki steak. Can't remember what it was actually called. Anyway, at some point I started doing service work for the chain and I was in & out of the kitchen enough to find out what the marinade was. It was

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I vaguely remember a Steak and Ale in downtown Chicago. Same chain perhaps?

dated 8-7-2008,

PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- For those who loved filet mignon, New York strip, ribs or spicy grilled chicken pasta, Steak and Ale is no more. "The Best Steakhouse in Town" is a thing of the past. The parent company, S&A Restaurant Corp., filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on July 29. All corporate Bennigan's restaurants have also closed. However, franchised Bennigan's locations will remain open including four in metro Detroit, among 14 across the state of Michigan that will remain in business.

Steak and Ale was founded in Dallas, Texas on February 26, 1966 by Norman E. Brinker. It remained an independent chain until 1976 when Pillsbury bought it and incorporated it with its other restaurant properties, Bruger King, Bennigan's and others. In 1982, Pillsbury spun off Steak and Ale and Bennigan's into the independent S&A Restaurant Corp.

In the mid-1980's, Steak and Ale reached its peak of 280 locations nationwide. In 1988, Metromedia purchased the chain. In 1993, it merged with the other Metromedia Steak Houses chains Bonanza and Ponderosa, and all three chains were operated under the S&A Restaurant Group brand.

"Bennigan's Franchising Company, L.P. and Steak & Ale Franchising Company, L.P., the owners of the Bennigan's and Steak & Ale trademarks and franchise agreements, were not part of the Chapter 7 filing made by its parent company, S&A Restaurant Corp., today. The 138 domestic and international franchisee-owned restaurants remain open and fully operational. Bennigan's Franchising Company, L.P. and Steak & Ale Franchising Company, L.P. will continue to provide high quality support services to its franchisees and remain focused on maintaining and maximizing the value of the franchise brands for its franchisees and their loyal customers."

--Bennigan's Franchising Company, L.P.; Steak & Ale Franchising Company, L.P

I'll try and update this after lunch. best regards, lm

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Thanks Larry -- interesting. I think im thinking of someplace else -- much older

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