Years ago, while working as a server, I waited on a customer with particularly specific requests. Because of food allergies, she couldn’t eat tomatoes, garlic or onion.The challenge: We were in an Italian restaurant where those three ingredients were in nearly every dish.It was difficult, but with some creative suggestions from her and a few conversations with the kitchen staff, we found a suitable meal and she left healthy and happy.But under other circumstances, things might not have ended ...
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