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I'm watching the Food Network the other night and they were doing a show all about Donuts. Boy, talk about hitting below the belt! it was real hard to sit there and watch all those Krispy Kreme Donuts and think I may never enjoy them again :(

So it got me to thinking (Can you smell the smoke?).......What if you were granted a wish and could eat whatever you wanted for one day with no side effects? What would your top three choices be?

Here's mine:

(1) Little Debbie Nutty Bars (Sniffle, Sniffle)

(2) Giradanno's Deep Deep Pizza from Chicago (And Don't Forget The Beer!)

(3) Double Stuff Oreo's & A Glass of Ice-Cold Whole Milk to dunk them into.

Let's hope this miracle gluten-free pill that is rumored to be in the works become a reality so we can go back to enjoying some old favorites.

Thanks For Playing!

Cleveland Bob B)

P.S. GO TRIBE!!!!!!!!

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1) thick crust pizza with sausage, mushrooms and extra cheese

2) crab rangoons

3) beer

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hmmmm... my list will include gluten and dairy since I can't have either ;)

(1) Pizza Delight pizza

(2) British Korma Curry - from a restaurant (Churchill Arms) I used to eat at A LOT, I didn't check on this yet, but I'm pretty sure it would have gluten or dairy in it).

(3) Donairs

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I only get to pick 3???????? Hmmmmmmmmm...........

1) A hamburger at Peter's Drive-In

2) My mom's home-made dinner buns

3) Turkey with real bread stuffing and full flour gravy!

That was just the main course, lol.....dessert now.......

1) Home made chocolate cake, my Grandma's recipe

2) Smarties!!! And I will eat the red ones last!

3)Sugar cookie dough

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Well....

1) Papa Murphy's Garlic Chicken pizza

2) Milk and cookies

3) One last Fish Fry with potato pancakes

That was hard!! :rolleyes:

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Mmmmmm.......fish fry and sugar cookie dough (not together of course). I forgot about those things. Now if you'll please excuse me while I go weep in the corner.

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Mmmmmm.......fish fry and sugar cookie dough (not together of course). I forgot about those things.  Now if you'll please excuse me while I go weep in the corner.

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Awww ((hugs)), I know just how you feel. I think sugar cookie dough is the best cookie dough on the planet! I will probably have to make sugar cookies at Christmas cuz my kids love them. It will be torture! If I'm gonna have a weak moment and cheat, the sugar cookie dough will do me in! The fish fry I can live without, lol, never did like fish!

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I wonder if my mom can make some kind of decent gluten-free sugar cookie dough. She made a really good gluten-free poppyseed cake for me (tasted just like the real thing), maybe she can do it.

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I am kinda the strange one here. I have NEVER likes pasta, beer nor bread so going gluten free for me is not so bad (other than the weird ingred. you have to read at the grocery store) I guess my body was telling me something all along.

I do crave a McD's Double Cheeseburger and Fried Chicken (which I have not tried with gluten-free Flour yet).

Necco's carry me through the "pitty parties".

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Well, I've been gluten-free since I was two years old so I don't even know what gluten and "regular" food tastes like. I guess that's good because I don't get cravings for gluten food.

But, I would try:

1) A big, fat doughy bagel like the ones that my family eats every weekend that smell SOOOO GOOD

2) Mr. Noodles Soup

3) A real hamburger

Just because I'm curious about what these things taste like.

-Jackie

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I only get to pick 3???????? Hmmmmmmmmm...........

1) A hamburger at Peter's Drive-In

2) My mom's home-made dinner buns

3) Turkey with real bread stuffing and full flour gravy!

That was just the main course, lol.....dessert now.......

1) Home made chocolate cake, my Grandma's recipe

2) Smarties!!!  And I will eat the red ones last!

3)Sugar cookie dough

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I believe Smarties are gluten free...they are a Nestle product aren't they? That's one of those brands that won't hide anything on labels and I think they are safe...I need to check the label again to make sure.

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I believe Smarties are gluten free...they are a Nestle product aren't they? That's one of those brands that won't hide anything on labels and I think they are safe...I need to check the label again to make sure.

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Smarties in Canada are not gluten-free. It states wheat flour clearly right on the box. Smarteis are a totally different candy here, candy coated chocolates similar to M&M's only better, lol.

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That makes sense then....I was wondering what you were talking about because Smarties here are gluten free to my knowledge. Just comes to show how different countries are so different.

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I would love to have the following:

(1) Pizza from Alligator Ray's!

(2) Fried chicken

(3) Chocolate Fudge cheescake and Cherry Black Forest Cake

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*sniff, sniff*

beer, bagels, pizza

plus my mom's sourdough bread.

:(

i was the Bread Queen!!!!

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1) veggie pizza ('cause I can't have the cheese either)

2) sourdough bread

3) oatmeal

But I wouldn't rely on a pill anyway, so those are all in the "permenantly delete" pile. :-(

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1-Being able to order whatever I want at a resturant without having to explain a thing!

2-Sourdough bread

3-oreos

I had to think real hard on the last one. I think that is a good sign!

Hez

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1) Fresh bread

2) Carrot cake

3) Guiness

I loved my simple-white-wheaty carbs...

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1.Biscuits

2.Biscuits

3.Biscuits

Oh Lord,I could eat biscuits all day.

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Going into a Chinese restaurant and have a little of everything in the buffet without giving one thought to what might be in it :P

Ordering apple pie alla-mode with coffee when travelling.

Going to a group dinner without having the "what's in it" conversation. :rolleyes:

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1. ANYTHING from a restaurant!!!!!!!

2. Cookies!! I was the cookie queen of the house.. if I could, I would have eaten the whole box!!! :P

3. Apple Pie- my favorite dessert :(

4. PIZZA!!! -I can't stand watching my family eat pizza!

Sorry, I had to include pizza! :D Ooooh! and

5. Taco Bell

<_< I hate that we can't have ANYTHING - ugghh their burritos were SOO yummy!!

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1. Spaetzels, I have been craving them a lot lately

2. Silver Dragon Chinese food

3. Almond Puff, my Mom makes this amazing dessert for special occasions she made it recently and of course I couldn't have any but she let me have a taste of the icing before putting it on the Almond Puff and to my surprise that tasted almost like eating it to me amazing.

Karen

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1. spanikopita

2. b & J chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream

3. grape nuts

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pizza

beer

sourdough bread

:P , Susan

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Chinese Buffet

Sweets-Cookies, cake etc.

Pizza - all kinds, any kind

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