Allergy Food Pictures

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  1. clanmcculloch

    clanmcculloch DIS Veteran

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    Did you also read their practice regarding tossing the first 30lb? Obviously only you can decide if this is sufficient for you or still poses a risk.
     
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  3. SDSorority

    SDSorority Traumatized by Magic Journeys and Haunted Mansion

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    The Narcoosee's cheese plate with toast made from Ener-G bread looks awesome!!!!!!
     
  4. SDSorority

    SDSorority Traumatized by Magic Journeys and Haunted Mansion

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    Those with food allergies, don't forget to post pictures here when you get back from your trip!! :goodvibes
     
  5. disfan07

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    I have a peanut, tree nut, egg, and oat allergy (along with some other things...). I eat at babycakes all the time here in LA. My tree nut allergy is not as severe as my peanut allergy (that allergy is very severe) and I've never been concerned about eating there. I probably eat 5-6 things from there every month and have never had any problems. But obviously, its up to you and your comfort with it. But HTH!!
     
  6. snorris49

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    I love this thread! Count me in on posting some pictures soon for gluten free and dairy free meals. Loving pics already posted! :banana:
     
  7. SDSorority

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  8. ZPT1022

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    OMG!!! How exciting! I hope that means that other resorts will follow suit and start having this stuff. It would seem easy enough for them to pull off and then it would in theory be available for desserts at the sit down restaurants of those resorts too! We're going in August and I hope to see these around
     
  9. BebopBaloo

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    Dairy free here! This thread was/is a great idea! Here's a pic of dairy free green apple sorbet at Tony's Town Square from 2010.

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  10. clanmcculloch

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    OMG, green apple sorbet? Now I want to eat at Tony's. LOL I love green apple and DH just brought home some green apple hard cider for me to try (I haven't confirmed allergens yet so I haven't cracked open a bottle yet but he knows I like green apples). If I didn't already have a Mama Melrose ADR in August I'd book a Tony's ADR (I'll only book one italian style meal in a trip). I guess I'll have to book another trip to WDW (as if that was in question LOL).
     
  11. BebopBaloo

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    It was pretty tasty even though the texture of the apple peel in it was a little weird. The thing about sorbets is that there is no guarantee that the kind you have one trip will be around the next trip. My absolute favorite was a pear sorbet at Chefs de France a couple years ago. It was the most amazing sorbet I've ever had. Of course, the same time the following year they didn't have it. What they had was good...but it wasn't THE PEAR. ;)
     
  12. clanmcculloch

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    That makes a lot of sense. A chef at LeCellier was telling me that they always have some kind of sorbet but that the fruit varies from day to day. I guess that's true of all restaurants that make sorbets. It all depends on what fruit they have ripened nicest that day. Thanks!
     
  13. nfceagles

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    That apple sorbet does look good. Do you mind me asking what else you had dairy free at Tony's? I'm trying to plan out my ADRs for our January trip and I'm considering Tony's. Never heard wonderful things about it from the non-FA crowd and hardly ever hear anything about it from the FA crowd, but the menu I looked at looked surprisingly good. Plus, we stay at BLT so it's pretty convenient.
     
  14. BebopBaloo

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    Of course I don't mind! :goodvibes: I also had the N.Y. Strip Steak and the potatoes and maybe broccoli (can't really remember). The steak wasn't very good. It was pretty tough. Although, I've found that to be the case with most steaks that I've had through out WDW. All the flavor seems to disappear when you ask for one w/ no butter. That being said, the potatoes were fine and we had excellent service. We had driven straight through the night, checked into our resort, and spent the day at MK. We were exhausted by the time we got to dinner. The kindness of our waitress really stands out in my mind.

    I think my other option aside form the steak was spaghetti w/ marinara, so that may have been a better choice.

    Also, I want to state that I've had plenty of good beef based dishes at WDW that were dairy free...just not steaks. The braised beef short ribs at Chefs de France w/ les haricots verte (green beans) is my favorite dish in the whole world...and I mean literal world, not just the Disney version ;) If you get the chance to try it sometime, you have to ask for the green beans, as it normally comes w/ a buttery noodle. Although, they'll probably offer it when they find out that you are dairy free.

    Anyways, hope that helps!
     
  15. katieam1

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    Great thread!! :goodvibes
    I myself have allergies and love seeing everyone's different pictures. :)
     
  16. Random Ninja

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    These pictures are making me hungry.:goodvibes I need to remember to put up pictures after my next trip and find the ones I've already taken.
     
  17. TinkLovinMomma

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    I am severely allergic to gluten and I will be in the world at the end of this month (QS Dining Plan) and in December(Regular Dining Plan)! I promise to come back with lots of pics to share with you guys!!


     
  18. ekatiel

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    Uuhhhh. . . Found this thread b/c I AM stalking Chef TJ ::yes::::yes::! I was using the search function to see where he was these days :lmao:. So, I thought I'd add on our own Chef TJ food pics. These are from 'Ohana in '09. They are gluten, egg, peanut, and tree nut free :thumbsup2:
    Appetizer (these are the old Enger-G rolls, so the new ones are no longer egg free :():
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    And the dessert. I was shedding tears of joy by this point :sad::
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    Off to do some more Chef TJ stalking. . . ;) --Katie
     
  19. DisneyMom5

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    DS just said "Hey, that's what I had!" We didn't take pics of the first two foods you listed. thanks for sharing.

    PS - SO...is TJ STILL at Park Fare?
     
  20. ekatiel

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    I *think* he is. I bumped another thread I had started about him a couple of years ago before our last visit. I'm pretty sure this qualifies me as an official Chef TJ stalker :crazy2:. Maybe someone will reply to the other thread with their latest Chef TJ sighting :thumbsup2. --Katie
     
  21. SDSorority

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    We need to put a tracking system on him.... :rotfl2:
     

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