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Help, I need advice! Over the summer, we are planning a trip to NY to stay with my sister and her family. How can I convince them not to eat peanut products while we are there? To make things more...
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I am traveling to Las Vegas again in April, and I was wondering if anyone had good/bad experiences with PA in LV. I have a couple of restaurants that I feel safe with, but would like to expand my...
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I've read the threads that Disney dining is very helpful with FA and chefs will come to your table, but what about at the Quick Serve restaurants? We're traveling during a very busy time at the park...
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We are cruising with Carnival next month - it's our 2nd cruise with carnival - they did a great job with the food and accomodations for my 8yo ds' allergies (tna, coconut allergic and palm/palm oil...
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Last week I took my daughter to New York and had the pleasure of taking her to Josie's on 565 Third Avenue at 37th Street. They offer a variety of foods from burgers to pasta -- with a bit of...
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We will be traveling to OBX in July with our son who is PA/ TNA. Has anyone been there? Any suggestions for local places to eat, or stay away from? We will be staying in Corolla. Thanks!
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Hi I wonder if anyone can give me advice. my family and i are planning a trip to canada (toronto and niagra) and us (new york and connecticut) this summer. i was lucky enough to work in...
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We're planning a trip to NYC this summer. I thought I remembered reading that the cafe at AG Place was peanut and tree nut free, but now I can't find that info. Does anyone know if it is? Any...
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Hi Everyone! My 17 month old Daughter Natalie was recently diagnosed with a peanut allergy after her first PB&J made her break out into hives all over her face and neck. We took her to the...
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Have never been there but have heard it is a wonderful place. Any suggestions for things to do there that children would enjoy...10 year olds? Any suggestions for restaurants? We are PA/TNA/Seed...
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We are taking our three yr old pa son to Mexico for spring break. Normally we ski in Colorado and the ski school is peanut-free so I never have to worry about him. However, how safe is it to go to...
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Hello All, Does anyone have any experience visiting Disney World in FL during the Christmas holidays? We would like to visit there during the week between Christmas and New Year's next year....
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My family is spending Christmas break at the Club Med Sandpiper in Florida. My 7 yr old daugther is alleric to peanuts and tree nuts. When we arrive I'll talk with club staff, but I'd VERY much...
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Hi, I am thinking about traveling to Mexico this spring break with my 8 year old PA son and am very leary about going because of his allergy and all of the unknowns in the food down there. I wanted...
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I just had the most amazing experience with Disneyland! I called the Disney Dining number to find out safe place to eat or not eat in the park for my PA child. The lady gave me 2 Chefs numbers and...
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Hi, Everyone, We're going camping at Patriot's Point with a scout group in a couple of weeks. Has anyone been there? If so, how was it with respect to the PA? Were they aware and all of that good...
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We went to both the Getty Center and Villa over New Years vacation. The food is a little limited in peanut safe selections at the Getty Center. They have PB & J's which look made on site at the...
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I am traveling to Iberostar Cozumel with my son who has a severe peanut and tree nut allergy. He is only 3 years old and I am nervous! I was told that the resort would provide us with a letter to...
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We just went to Disney World and stayed at All Star Movies. I asked the server if the chocolate chip pancakes are nut free and he guaranteed me that all items on the kid menu are safe, but the chef...
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Anyone know of any safe places in Chicago, Ill. and Austin, TX? We will be going there in March.

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