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By Melanie Dillard on Thu, 03-01-01, 22:38

Okay, you read right, I did say Hooters in the subject line. This is a chicken chain that I believe is all over the US, not sure about Canada and of course, my husband loves to eat there. If you don't already know, the waitresses dress a little skimpy.

So anyway, I have always eaten there and never had a problem, but last week we eat there (I ordered the same thing as always) and I began to feel a few of my symptoms so I drank some of my liquid Bendryl and everything was fine, but thought I would put the question out there. I see that we have some PA men on the board, so any problems out there? Or any other women who do eat there for the chicken, don't be shy!


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By katiee on Thu, 03-01-01, 23:28

LOLOLOL...Melanie, you're going to have a good laugh over this one. Here In Canada (Ontario anyway). Hooter's is a restaurant known more for it's "buxom" waitresses than for the food where cup size may be more important than actual experience. I thought it was (the chain) an import from the US but I may be wrong.

NOTE: I apologize in advance to any Hooter's waitress who my be offended by my post! *S*


Katiee (Wade's mom)

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By PattyR on Fri, 03-02-01, 13:25

Hooters here in the US is also better known for its waitresses and their skimpy outfits than for their chicken. I have heard that they have awesome chicken wings but no I haven't tried them! My husband has been there but that was only because a client just had to go there and he didn't want to make waves. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img] Do you think he thinks I actually fell for that one? Anyway, I know someone who's 18 year old daughter works there and they think its great because she gets such great tips! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/confused.gif[/img]

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By Melanie Dillard on Fri, 03-02-01, 17:22

I believe we are all talking about the same restaurant. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/eek.gif[/img]

But has anyone had any "peanut" problems with their chicken. Even though I eat there every once in awhile, I always ask about "what they fry their chicken in?" and the answer is always the same: vegatable oil. So I have never worried, up until this slight reaction. I do want to stress the "slight".

Just wanted to post the question and see if anyone else has had any problems.

Thanks Ladies,

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