Tonight Is The Night, Let’s Rock Fleming’s DC Ranch

Posted by on May 9, 2012 in Celiac Disease, Gluten-Free | 0 comments





Today is day 9 of 31 straight blog posts celebrating celiac awareness month and I’ve decided to give everyone a teaser out tonight’s gluten-free foodie tour at Fleming’s Steakhouse DC Ranch. The gluten-free foodie tours are the heart and sole of Rock A Healthy Style. The purpose of them is to bring in influential foodies, bloggers, social media strategists and gluten-free/celiac eaters to sample food and use social media to spread the word.

I’m a huge advocate for restaurants increasing their gluten-free options because I’m allergic to so many foods besides gluten. The purpose is also to raise awareness that even though offering gluten-free options is great the fact that they do it in a safe way is by far the most important thing. So tonight, there will be 50 (tickets sold out) of us attending Fleming’s dinner celebration in honor of celiac awareness month. I’m excited to announce that the Executive Chef for all 64 Fleming’s will be on hand to answer any questions we have about preparation and safety concerns. I personally met Russell Skall (Executive Chef) and attended this event last year in Chandler and for those of you that are attending be prepared for a fantastic time with incredible food.

I’ve also attended a few events at DC Ranch and let me tell you they go out of their way to accommodate.

The following is directly from Fleming’s Press Release that they sent to me, “May is National Celiac Awareness Month and Fleming’s DC Ranch wants those who have food allergies to enjoy a meal out without the concerns over their dietary restrictions. Join Fleming’s Executive Chef Russell Skall as he answers questions about Fleming’s gluten-free menu. Sample from the wide selection including items from the Fleming’s new Small Plates menu like Sliced Filet Mignon and Ahi Tuna skewers and appetizers like the Lump Crab Wraps and Wicked Cajun Barbecue Shrimp.”

Knowing Fleming’s, I’m sure there will be some other surprises as well so for those of you that have registered or for those of you that would like to REGISTER you must by 2pm today. I promise a great evening out and please stay tuned for a review of this event on Friday, May 11, 2o12.

If you can’t attend but would like to follow along on Twitter throughout the night, we will be using the hashtag #gffoodietour and the event will be from 6:30 – 8:00pm PST.

See You Tonight : )


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