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Oh, I know!  I'll e-mail you a file I have--I posted about it a few months ago, but I have an even newer version now--it's a 136 page Adobe file and it has menus/statements from all chain restaurants, plus a more specific list in certain states: New York, California, Oregon, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, and Washington DC.  Send me your e-mail address if you want it--the same applies to anyone else.  125 of the 136 pages are chains, nearly all of which would be found in Tenn.  LOL...just make sure you specify the restaurant file, since I still have a steady stream of Delphi Food List file requests :lol:

BTW, got it from Yahoo support group, Silly Yaks.

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celiac3270

pls send copy of Resturant list to me also. Susantg3@comcast.net

Thanks

Sue

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Could anyone else that's got that list email it to me? My cousin is coming into town this weekend and I want to take her out for her birthday but I'm not ready for restaurants that I don't have a menu for yet.

Thanks

Elonwy

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Hi celiac3270!

You are wonderful for offering this list! I am new-found out my 3 yr old son was celiac this past Thursday-I would love a list also-bkucik@yahoo.com-Thank you!

Sara :D

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celiac3270, what would we do without you!!?? ;)

Could you send a copy of the restaurant file to

verber57@midrivers.com

Thanks, you are an angel!

bambam

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celiac3270, what would we do without you!!??  ;)

Could you send a copy of the restaurant file to

verber57@midrivers.com

Thanks, you are an angel!

bambam

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celiac3270, what would we do without you!!??  ;)

Could you send a copy of the restaurant file to

verber57@midrivers.com

Thanks, you are an angel!

bambam

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Please send copies of both lists to

kschmit@swbell.net

Thank you sooooooo much!

K

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Hey celiac3270,

Could you please send that list to me if you get a chance? My e-mail is tadie99@hotmail.com. Thanks a bunch! :)

~Katie

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I just bugged the wrong person, but he was kind enough to redirect me. Please add me to the list of those receiving the restaurant guide. Thank you to the person in all of cyberspace who finally gets these posts and responds.

Sincerely,

Cynthia

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celiac3270:

Could you please send me the restaurant guide as well - my family and I are heading to Cape Cod for vacation next week and I'd love to know where to go, as well as when I am home! Thanks so much! michelek@hotmail.com

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celiac3270,

Could you please add me to the list of people who want the restaurent guide. I live in Arizona, but hope I have the energy to go again to Las Vegas, NV or California this year. Thank you so much and I hope School is going well for you.

Armetta armettaz@msn.com :)

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If you would like to reduce the number of emails you are sending, you can send me the list and I will provide a URL that people can download it from.

send to egoslayer1 at homepcwatch d0t c0m

carrabbas has a gluten-free menu as well, and they are REALLY good food.

ES

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celiac3270,

Could you please add me to the list of people who want the restaurent guide.  I live in Arizona, but hope I have the energy to go again to Las Vegas, NV or California this year.  Thank you so much and I hope School is going well for you.

Armetta    armettaz@msn.com  :)

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Thanks...I sent it to everyone. The Delphi list (food) is really easy cause it's on the forum already, but this one is a little more difficult. Remember that if you want to download it yourself, you can join by going here:

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/SillyYaks/

and then you can download it from under the files section.

Or e-mail me...or, in the future, perhaps, download it from the URL that egoslayer1 is making.

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celiac3270....I just opened up the guidebook...it is fantastic. This will be so helpful as the eating out seems to be the most discouraging aspect of all this business. Thank you so much for being so willing to send this to all of us...Kathleen

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Hi Could I also get a copy of that list. I am so happy to find this! Thanks:)

My email is tbravinder@yahoo.ca

I tried joining the Silly Yaks group but I haven't heard anything back yet so hopefully you still check this.

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celiac3270, and everyone

I joined the Silly Yaks group, and they have many wonderful resources. I highly reccommend it to anyone! Tara Lee-- it may take a day before they accept you, but I'm sure they will.

The resources are great, but I find the message board better here... just FYI.

Thanks again, celiac3270!

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