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Gorton's Fish Sticks! And thick pizza crust . . . just the crust, forget the stuff on top. And fresh-baked garlic knots with gobs of garlic, olive oil and parmesan cheese drowning them. And some Popeye's fried chicken. Also gravy biscuits, bagels, real egg noodles, Campbell's canned condensed soups . . . see, I'm not picky! :P Oh my, I guess just about anything I used to eat would be so welcome. *sigh*

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Are you anywhere near a Five Guys restaurant? They only do fries in their fryers so those are safe, and you could bring your own bun and have them make you a bunless cheeseburger. In fact, now I'm wanting a burger and fries and a Five Guys trip is sounding like a good idea. :D

Yeah, but I'm craving a *real* one where I don't have to do any work :lol:

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Oh, gee, I wish you hadn't said Popeye's chicken. Especially the spicy. Now I'm really craving. I'll have to see what I can do with a raw chicken, some gluten-free flour and Chechere's Cajun seasoning.

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Absolutely nothing. Compared to my other 6 allergens, abstaining from gluten was a breeze. However, I like how all those restrictions simplify my choices and greatly improve the quality (healthwise) of my diet.

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The only thing I really miss is phyllo wrapped around some apples, some baklava or spanikopita. Oh and these wonder meat and cinnamon pies I used to make with pita bread.

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chicken parmesan with a side of fettucine alfredo from Olive Garden

or a bbq chicken pizza from CPK

or.... ok, I'll leave it at that. :P

It's not chicken parm and Fettuccine Alfredo, but Olive Garden has a gluten free menu with gluten free pasta on it.

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It's not chicken parm and Fettuccine Alfredo, but Olive Garden has a gluten free menu with gluten free pasta on it.

:D I'm so excited to know about Olive Garden's gluten-free menu!

Has anyone tried it out? I miss pasta the most! LOVE pasta!!! :P

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It's not chicken parm and Fettuccine Alfredo, but Olive Garden has a gluten free menu with gluten free pasta on it.

hahah, thank you. I've heard the pasta is a microwaveable pre-made meal though and is NOT very tasty. When I first heard about it I was all excited but I'll pass because I can make that at home ;)

Now, the herb grilled salmon with broccoli and peppers on the side is really good. That's what I get when we go. It's my new favorite :D

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I want a cinnabon. With extra frosting. I also want wheat spaghetti and toasted french bread with butter that I can dip in the pasta sauce.

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hahah, thank you. I've heard the pasta is a microwaveable pre-made meal though and is NOT very tasty. When I first heard about it I was all excited but I'll pass because I can make that at home ;)

Now, the herb grilled salmon with broccoli and peppers on the side is really good. That's what I get when we go. It's my new favorite :D

Good to know, thanks. I haven't tried the gluten-free pasta at Olive Garden, I just know they have it. I have had their mixed grill (chicken medallion with veggies and steamed broccoli) and it was okay but very bland. I really love their salad. I just wish they had a gluten-free soup, I would go for just soup and salad.

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Is the salad ad Olive Garden gluten-free?

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Is the salad ad Olive Garden gluten-free?

Yes, if the croutons are left off. I've only eaten there once since going gluten-free- it wasn't ever my favorite restaurant pre-gluten-free- and quite frankly, it was the best meal I'd ever had at the Olive Garden (the Mixed Grill plate on the gluten-free menu was delicious). Our waiter was very attentive and careful and brought out a separate plate of croutons so that those who could eat them could put them on their own plates without me even asking him to do it.

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Like WheatChef I really miss the BIG doughy Pretzels especially when I'm at the Rockies game and seeing people eat them all around me (won't have to experience this anymore until next year since they are done).

French bread dipped into my yummy garlic oil. Udi's helps but not the same

My old gluteny home made pizza dough recipe. After many fails at trying to make it with gluten free flours I've given up and buy kinnicks or the local gluten-free bakery ones.

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