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About hwinfield

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  1. That's a great point - I will call the manager. Maybe it can help them figure out what happened and prevent it in the future. I know what you mean when you say that you probably won't eat at MPP again. It's difficult for me to eat in restaurants, and I'm having trouble figuring out how to eat out and stay well!
  2. I've eaten at the Portland Picazzos three times, and the first two times were fabulous. Unfortunately, I went there again this past Saturday evening for dinner, and I'm still recovering (on Tuesday). Somehow there was gluten in my gluten-free pizza. I don't like being the bearer of bad news, and I was so incredibly excited to have this restaurant in Portland. Unfortunately, it's no longer an option for me, so I wanted to post in the hopes that noone else gets sick. Picazzos is the only gluten-free pizza that I've tried in Portland, and I'm not sure that I have the courage to try this again in a restaurant that serves so many pizzas made with flour!