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Has anyone allowed their PA child to have Mc Donald's soft serve? How about the topping (other than peanut, obviously)? I checked their site and it seems OK...I seem to remember that being a topic...
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I noticed on the allergen pages for these, there is a red star in the peanut and tree nut column and it just says [i] Peanuts and tree nuts are not used in XXX restaurants, but may be used in common...
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My son is severely allergic to peanuts and all tree nuts. I work at an applebees and have read all the boxes that come off the trucks. The mac and cheese is totally safe, it is cooked in it's own...
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The restaurants in west hollywood provides excellent dishes to their customers. As a result more and more restuarants have mushroomed in this busy city. The most popular restaurants in this city are...
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We are planning a trip to Disney World (FL) in December. I want to make dining reservations. Can anyone recommend a restaurant that makes accomdations for peanut allergies? Thanks, Dianne
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This will be my son's 1st bday since PA. We've always gotten cool cakes from local baker. Bakery is not peanut free, but offered to take extra precautions re: cross contamination. None of her...
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Has anyone had an experience eating at Dicky's? I was just reviewing there allergen information and the only item listed in concern is the pecan pie. They seem to be really allergy aware though....
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How does everyone go about deciding to try a new restaurant? Our 3 yo was diagnosed in July and we haven't been to a "real" resraurant since. I'm dying for non-chain pizza. One local place said he...
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Are there any reasons that this would not be safe for a Peanut/tree nut allergy? I've looked at the menu and they only have one item with pine nuts. Its not even a meal my kids would attempt to eat...
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My kids (PA/TNA) are 2yrs old and daycare is having thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday. Because of my kids they elected to buy dinner instead of pot-luck. They chose Boston Market because it lists...
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Does anyone know any good restaurants near Longwood gardens in PA for my son with a peanut, egg, tree nut and sesame allergy? TIA
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The other day we met some friends at Champps Americana. The children's menu looked typical, corn dog, mini pizza, hamburgers etc.. When I spoke with the waiter I was very surprised to learn that they...
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Today I bought a real fruit slush from a Sonic Fast Food Restaurant located at 827 Canal St., Carlsbad, New Mexico. What was so disgustingly different about this particular strawberry real fruit...
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My sister is having my neice's christening celebration lunch at a restaurant. We've checked on all aspects of the meal. Dessert will be an ice cream parfait. they use high point vanilla ice cream...
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Ok, the only pizza we ever eat and I feel comfortable with is Papa John's. I was curious what you all think about Cici's. The website says they are safe and I even e-mailed and got this response....
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Our 7 year old son has a peanut allergy, and as a result, buffets tend to scare us away. We called ahead to the Giant Crab (on Restaurant Row at Myrtle Beach) and were put at ease. There are no...
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We are taking a family trip to Hawaii soon, and just recently found out our DS has a severe PA. I am just not familiar with their cuisine or restaurants or ANYTHING. Very nervous. Anyone know...
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Today I bought a real fruit slush from a Sonic Fast Food Restaurant located at 827 Canal St., Carlsbad, New Mexico. What was so disgustingly different about this particular strawberry real fruit...
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A Cold Stone Creamery ice cream parlor just opened in my town. They specialize in mix-ins; needless to say there isn't a blessed thing there for our kids. One of my PA friends suggested that we...
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I've read the ingredients/nutrition info of McD's and Wendy's. So when I go there, should I ask to speak with the manager before ordering (re: my son's peanut allergy)? Or do I just mention it to...
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