Culver's: George’s Chili Supreme
When much of your reputation is built on breaded and fried cheese curds, you're not exactly a staple in the GF community. Yet surprisingly, Culver's has several options. At another chain, the Cranberry Bacon Bleu Salad or Baja Chicken Enchilada Soup might be the recommendation here, but instead it;s George's Chili Supreme. because George was nice enough to put a "secret blend of peppery spices" in his slow cooker, and no gluten.
KFC: House or Caesar Salad
Sorry, people with Celiac, but you're basically beggars at the Colonel's house. The gluten filter on the KFC site yields this sad mess of soft drink options, along with two salads that do not include dressing or croutons. To add insult to injury, they're side salads. We suppose you could pass on the Caesar and load up on corn, coleslaw, and green beans, but that'll just remind you of the other sides you're missing. (Potato wedges, we hardly knew thee.)
A&W: orange float
The bunless burger or hot dog is the move here, but did you really come to an old-timey soda fountain to order a bare beef patty? Nah, you came for a float, of course! The root beer one comes with a "may contain allergens" warning, so get the creamsicle counterpart instead.