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Breakfast-Slappy Cakes 4246 SE Belmont St Portland *Cross Contamination risk

Who all is interested in going to this place and when (date/times) would work for you?
Would anyone be interested in hosting this event?
I'll set the date when I find out more from you guys.

I'm not a morning person, anyone want to host this?

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  • Gina K.

    My boyfriend and I would like to come, but will have to be 15-20 minutes late. I'm looking forward to meeting all of you.

    August 2, 2013

  • Angela

    Thank you for the suggestions. I will try to mark the events more clearly. I'm new at this and just getting into the groove of setting things up.

    August 2, 2013

  • Lisa S.

    Abby's Table is another 100% gluten-free restaurant that will be open until the end of August, too. Then it's changing shape and form.

    August 2, 2013

  • Lisa S.

    Angela - please thoroughly investigate the restaurants you are choosing. I'd make a big obvious note on the invite if the restaurant is safe or has potential contamination sources. 100% Gluten-Free restaurants: Harlow at SE 36th and Hawthorne, The Brooklyn House Restaurant on SE 12th and Powell, and Teote just south of SE 12th and Hawthorne. (and within a month the tasting room at Harvester Brewing on the corner of SE 7th and Lincoln).

    August 2, 2013

  • Lisa S.

    I would use EXTREME caution when choosing to eat at this restaurant. They do have a gluten-free batter, but they use the same grills as the people right before you with normal gluten pancake batter. Therefore this "gluten-free" outing is not safe for celiacs or those quite sensitive to gluten. It's just not safe. And if they are making up pancake batter in the kitchen, then no doubt there is flour in the air when they are making up their GF batter - another potential source of contamination. I've never eaten here and won't be for these reasons. FYI!!

    August 2, 2013

  • Angela

    Unfortunately, I don't believe they are dedicated grills... or wait, I think they can change the plate for gluten free orders. Anyone know for sure? I do know that there is an element of risk of cross contamination for this restaurant. :-( I'm very fortunate to not be very sensitive so it won't be a risk for me, but it could be a risk for others.

    July 29, 2013

  • Jabbara

    Do they have dedicated GF griddles?

    July 28, 2013

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