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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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Our son has peanut, tree nut, and shellfish allergies. We often eat at Mcdonalds getting him the nuggets and fries. We were wondering if anyone gets the soft serve ice cream and just has it put...
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We had been there several times with no problems, then one night my son (PA) had 1/2 a mozzarella stick and started throwing up. We asked the waiter, same one we had told about PA, if they had used...
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I was wondering if anyone has any experience---good or bad with this restaurant. They just opened one here and I've been meaning to call. I checked out their menu online and it looks like it's at...
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I will be traveling to Victoria, BC from Boston with my peanut and tree nut allergic son. Are there restaurants there that are considered safe?
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someone posted about this at another board. At BK the allergen list only says that the caramel sauce, ham omelet sandwich, croutons and desserts may contain traces of peanuts/tree nuts. Well in their...
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I live in Montgomery County, MD and I'm having a hard time finding PA-friendly restaurants. I'd love to do more than eat at select fast-food places! I'm interested in finding restaurants in...
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I am wondering if anyone has any recommendations for San Francisco for my son with peanut, treenut, sesame and egg allergies. I am aware of In-n-Out, Chipotle and Rubios. I am specifically...
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I know there was another message thread about this, but I can't find it among the huge number of threads about DD, so I'm starting a new one. Dunkin Donuts had been within our comfort zone, but I was...
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Hi All, I am new to the world of PA. My 2yr old daughter was recently diagnosed with a severe peanut allergy and I am a bit of a mess I guess you could say. She has been eating out for 2yrs with no...
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