Mimi\'s Cafe no longer has PB&J

Posted on: Wed, 09/08/2004 - 7:37am
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A while back we went to Mimi's cafe and the children's menu had PB&J.

We went again a few nights ago, and they have taken PB&J off the menu. They do still serve the kid's dessert that has gummy worms and "oreo-like" cookies in it.

Posted on: Fri, 09/10/2004 - 12:43pm
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Are we on to something?Taking PBJ off the menu is going in the right direction. What urged Mimis to take it off the menu?

Posted on: Sat, 09/11/2004 - 4:01am
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I'm not sure why they took it off, and I didn't want to look a gift horse in the mouth! I'm just glad they did.

Posted on: Sat, 09/11/2004 - 6:01am
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Where is Mimi's cafe? I'm just curious. If it were my cafe, I would not have had nuts on the menu at all to begin with! Maybe it's my clone! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]

Posted on: Thu, 09/16/2004 - 2:28am
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I checked the web site for locations, and they look to be mostly in California, Arizona, and other states out west. There was one in Missouri, one in Florida, and some in Texas and Oklahoma, though, so they may be spreading east.
I didn't see anything on the menu with peanuts, but they do use Pecans and other tree nuts.

Posted on: Fri, 09/17/2004 - 3:28am
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Quote:Originally posted by deegann:
[b]A while back we went to Mimi's cafe and the children's menu had PB&J.
We went again a few nights ago, and they have taken PB&J off the menu. They do still serve the kid's dessert that has gummy worms and "oreo-like" cookies in it.[/b]
O.K. After what I posted in Cindy's thread I will announce: my pa and tna daughter has eaten this kids' dessert many times without any problems.
I asked about the ingredients several years ago and was satisfied with the answer given.
[img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] Miriam

Posted on: Fri, 09/17/2004 - 4:03am
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I think the thread you're talking about is the one on comfort zones. I too consider myself way more relaxed then a lot of people on this board. I mentioned the dessert for those with concerns about certain cookies and candies.
I don't let my son eat the dessert because I'm nervous about the gummy worms. I've seen too many gummy candy containers with "May Contain" warnings on them. I have no problem with the apple crisp dessert, though.
But as you've said everyone has a different comfort zones, afterall, I took my PA son to a restaurant that I thought had PB&J on the menu!
[This message has been edited by deegann (edited September 17, 2004).]

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