Friday, March 23, 2012

boston mmmarket

Tonight Scott took me to Boston Market for the first time.  He ate there last night while shadowing a police officer for his criminal justice class.  My mom had recommended it to me before my diagnosis, but with all the homestyle goodness, I was absolutely shocked when he told me they have gluten free options!  The best part: GRAVY!

Shown here:
  • 1/4 rotisserie chicken (you have the choice of 3 piece, 1/2, or 1/4 chicken)
  • Cinnamon apples
  • Garlic dill new potatoes
  • 1/2 ramekin of poultry gravy

Not shown:
  • 2 1/2 more ramekins of poultry gravy!
  • Sweet tea
It was delicious with a nice price tag :)

As you can see from the menu, entree options are rotisserie chicken and roasted turkey breast, and there are a number of side dishes.  Be sure to stress no bread.  Initially I was given cornbread anyway and had to send the plate back.  My server made sure the next plate was free & clear of bread.  It was a success.  Happy belly, happy Jessi. 

I clearly have a new go-to restaurant when I'm willing to lose my parking spot at lunchtime.  (There are two in the Greater Cincinnati area.)  After all, a gal can only take so many salads.

Happy eating!

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  1. The one by me seemed a little shaky and had an outdated gf menu. Once we read the ingredients on the gravy mix it was smooth sailing, but I definitely provided them more gluten free training than anything coming down from corporate!

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