Allergies, Sensitivities, and Preferences: The Challenge of Dietary Restrictions

When I have a guest over for a meal, I always try to ask them whether they have any dietary restrictions or preferences. Oftentimes, they say that they don't. When they do admit to a restriction, they usually apologize for being difficult.

It is far from difficult, though... and the apology is unnecessary. For me, it makes cooking more interesting. Yes, trying to come up with, say, a vegetarian, gluten-free meal that doesn't include any alliums can be challenging. There are two ways to meet a challenge, though: you can shy away from it in fear, or you can embrace it. I can't say that I always do the latter, but when it comes to the kitchen I have a pretty good track record.

On occasion, I hear chefs complain about people who make special requests. The assumption is that the chef is the expert. While I am not going to doubt the general expertise of most chefs, there is a difference between general expertise and an application of that expertise in an individual case. In short, I think that individuals should be assumed to be the best judge of what they will enjoy eating.

Let's consider some examples:

  1. Albus goes into a steakhouse. It wasn't his choice of a restaurant, but he is there with a group of friends. The menu clearly states that they cook all their steaks to medium-rare. Albus was once a vegetarian and still gets nauseous when his meat is even vaguely pink. He likes well-done steak, but nothing else on the menu looks appetizing. Should he ask for his steak well-done?
  2. Bartholomew doesn't have any food allergies, but he is sensitive to garlic, onions, chives, and other alliums. If he eats them in any quantity at all, he will have intestinal issues that are best not described at the dinner table. He's found that if he merely says he can't eat alliums, restaurants rarely take his request to leave them out seriously, and he has suffered as a result. Should he start saying that he's allergic to alliums?
  3. Carmina is a supertaster of sorts. The chemicals that give heat to chilis, black pepper, ginger and their relatives taste incredibly bitter to her. Black pepper and bell peppers are merely unpleasant, but a dish that has jalepeños in it tastes like aspirin. Should she explain this when she goes to restaurants? How?

I can understand how, particularly on a busy night, a chef might get frustrated when faced with having to make nonstandard meals. I don't really understand why a chef would get frustrated with their customers for ordering things the wrong way. To me, that smacks of hubris. For my part, I enjoy cooking with restrictions. It forces me to think outside of my comfort zone and get creative.

Comments

A. If he's nice to the waiter he should be able to get them to throw the steak on for extra time. I'm sure there are places that won't cook steaks to a desired doneness when asked, but I've never been to one. Restaurants have the right to refuse service but I think the social contract does require a certain willingness to accommodate special requests.

B. Sounds like he's got a food allergy, so I can't imagine saying "I'm allergic to onions" is stretching the truth much.

C. It's a bit more of a stretch to say "I'm allergic" but requesting dishes that don't have bell peppers is totally reasonable. I'm sensitive to some flavors (thankfully not capsicum! :) and certain bitter tastes really overwhelm me, so I don't hesitate to ask. This is more of a problem with things other than food, thankfully. But if I am getting beer I'll want a sample first as certain hops are just overwhelming. Still, on this one saying "I'm allergic" works OK if it's the only way to get a dish sans peppers. It's not quite the truth, but close enough.

If you have substantial food restrictions, it's really stupid on your part to go to a place with a highly fixed menu. You won't have a good experience.

Now, home cooking becomes a different issue because it's a rare home kitchen that can accommodate. To my mind restrictions and preferences are of a different order.

If you've got a restriction, be polite about it and tell the cook in advance, but if you've got a really serious restriction (e.g., severe nut allergy or gluten sensitivity), maybe going to dinner parties at other people's houses is not such a good idea? Just sayin'. Some friends of mine (now moved to Israel) kept kosher. Dinner parties were at their house and generally they did the shopping. Another friend of mine has gluten sensitivity (not really bad, but some). I make sure not to cook a dish that depends on gluten.

Preferences, on the other hand, I'm somewhat less accommodating to, though of course if I know that a guest doesn't like a particular dish (in advance) I won't make it. I really try to be accommodating, but I'm not going to go through culinary contortions to suit someone's desire for something cooked way outside the parameters of everyone else's dish.

Example: Home cooking five steaks, one to rare, one to medium rare, one to medium, one to medium well and one to well is essentially an impossible order to fill, assuming you want everyone to eat at the same time. If you don't care, sure, it's not a problem. If you do, someone has to lose. As people who cook steaks to well are beastly and uncultured, in my kitchen unless they're in a clear majority, they lose. I've managed to get well done done well a few times, but more often than not it means that the medium rare stuff ends up ruined. As medium rare is MY preference.... My mother has been incinerating meat for decades in a desire to have everyone eat at the same time and have some cooked well, which essentially means everything cooked well. Of course, she learned to cook in the '50s and '60s, when you were taught to nuke it from orbit, it's the only way to be sure. She's forgotten much of that but not when it comes to meat.

Stuart Broz's picture

If you have substantial food restrictions, it's really stupid on your part to go to a place with a highly fixed menu. You won't have a good experience.

Actually, in many of these places, calling first can work wonders. Chef's at some of these places will bend over backwards to be accommodating if they have enough time. It gives them a chance to do something different.

Actually, in many of these places, calling first can work wonders. Chef's at some of these places will bend over backwards to be accommodating if they have enough time. It gives them a chance to do something different.

Yeah, that makes sense with my experience as a home cook. If I know in advance that there's an issue, cool, I can accommodate it. If you show up on my doorstep with no notice, don't expect to get a good meal.

If you're going out to eat, know what you can have. Ask about ingredients and explain your needs to your server, but it's absolutely wrong to claim an allergy unless you're actually allergic. It should be reserved for those who could actually be harmed by eating something. Maybe you'll be in the bathroom a little more, but you won't die.

You should be able to expect most good restaurants to accommodate most requests, but if you suspect the restaurant isn't taking your requests seriously, just go to another place (or stay home). If you're leaving the cooking to someone else, you're always taking a chance that they won't realize some part of it & you'll suffer.

It's not "I'm going to go into anaphylactic shock and land in the ER" kind of allergy, but still it seems like a pretty big problem....

On the taste issue I can certainly see the point of keeping things distinct. Still, as long as the restaurant takes "I've got an allergy" seriously, what difference does it make? Or do you think that someone with serious taste issues is going to undermine things? (I'm asking, not asserting.)

Indigestion, intolerance, upset stomach, et al. are not allergic reactions. It's a different mechanism in the body, often mis-diagnosed (or guessed, or artificially imposed) by people. Allergies are real and have serious consequences. People generally aren't allergic to milk/dairy products, but they may have lactose intolerance (also rare). They can consume some lactose, but in larger amounts it may make them uncomfortable. Often these people avoid all dairy, regardless of its lactose content, because they don't understand their condition.

I've read many articles and listened to interviews with chefs of various notoriety and they seem to consistently say that they don't take people claiming allergies as seriously as they should because of people that claim "allergies" when it's just an intolerance or a dislike.

It's a hot issue, and my wife and I are on the lucky side to not have any real issues with food, but we have one daughter who will not eat cooked onions (among other things) and one who seems to be lactose intolerant.

Hmmm, OK, but serious indigestion is no picnic, call it allergy (which you clearly mean of the "anaphylactic shock, hives, etc." sort) so I don't know why a chef wouldn't take that seriously. I mean, one presumes that said chef wants repeat business and doesn't want a customer's memory of the meal involve a ruined evening of stomach cramps and hours on the porcelain throne? So allergy and intolerance seem pretty similar to me in this case, more so than simply an "I don't like it" even if the consequences of allergy are potentially much worse.

They can consume some lactose, but in larger amounts it may make them uncomfortable. Often these people avoid all dairy, regardless of its lactose content, because they don't understand their condition.

Paracelsus' Law: "The dose makes the poison." Allergy shots work by desensitizing with small doses of the allergen. But yes, practically speaking, something like severe peanut or shellfish allergy has a dose that's very, very small compared to what a lactose intolerant person can manage.

I've read many articles and listened to interviews with chefs of various notoriety and they seem to consistently say that they don't take people claiming allergies as seriously as they should because of people that claim "allergies" when it's just an intolerance or a dislike.

Well as far as I'm concerned, these chefs can go $&@! themselves. Anyone who won't at minimum tell me "this dish has onions" when asked nicely does not deserve my custom. It's their right to to tell me "sorry we don't cook it that way" if asked to make an onion-free dish---fine. I mean, someone who wants absolutely no onions is going to have real problems ordering food and can't expect a busy kitchen to make them new soup sans onions. But at least the staff should be able to say, "sorry, this has onions, let me suggest...."

And yes, this means picky eaters (for whatever reason they are picky, be it allergy, intolerance or simply preference) really need to go to places that give predictable choice, so prix fixe or tapas isn't a good option.

WebMD has a good primer on the differences between food allergy & intolerance. People shouldn't have to suffer the effects of either when they dine out, but it takes a lot of effort on the part of diner and restaurant staff. On their face, chefs want to please all their customers, but when they get orders with all sorts of (non-existent) "allergies", it becomes a frustration rather than a welcome challenge. After all, most reported intolerances are not real: "The reported prevalence of food allergy/intolerance (by questionnaires ) were 12% to 19%, whereas the confirmed prevalence varied from 0.8% to 2.4%." (from food intolerance Wikipedia article)

Bottom line: people need to look out for themselves, restaurant staff, from servers to line cooks, need to be knowledgeable, aware, and accommodating of food issues.

Sadly the food allergy and food intolerance lists are highly overlapping. They also overlap with symptoms of food poisoning.

<>

Allergy shots do not work for food allergens. Yet. There is some progress being made on peanut allergy by desensitizing with a titer of the allergen (under the tongue I think) but this is still in the reasearch and trial phase. Most people do not have access to anything that will FIX food allergies.

Stuart Broz's picture

I've read many articles and listened to interviews with chefs of various notoriety and they seem to consistently say that they don't take people claiming allergies as seriously as they should because of people that claim "allergies" when it's just an intolerance or a dislike.

I've read the same. It was one of the inspirations for this post. My question is, "Whose fault is this?"

Here I believe that you are siding with the chefs, saying that it is the patrons' fault for crying wolf.

The other point of view is that it isn't any of the chefs' business whether or not their claimed allergies are actual allergies or not - they are in a service industry and should be accommodating even if there isn't a life on the line.

I think the truth lies somewhere in between.

Consider: What gives someone with a mild allergy (they might get a couple of hives that will quickly fade) the right to have their request taken more seriously than someone who has a far more serious intolerance?

People need to be realistic about it. It is a service industry, and guests should ALWAYS ask for them to accommodate their requests for any reason. If you have some serious reaction to some ingredient(s), make that clearly known to everyone dealing with your food. If you just don't like it, or it gives you some gas, don't make false claims.

Stuart Broz's picture

My reservation is with one word: "just"

By saying "If you just don't like it, or it gives you some gas" you seem to be implying that these things are less serious than allergies. Oftentimes they are, but sometimes they aren't.

While I have been trying not to come down on either side of the lying about allergies issue, I will say that I think that it isn't your place or my place or the restaurant's place to judge the seriousness of people's dietary restrictions. The moment we begin to do that is the moment we give ourselves the power to ignore them.

<>

Perhaps you should do more reading than typing. MILK is one of the Top 8 allergens. As in, ALLERGY TO the protein in MILK. Hives, projectile vomiting, anaphylaxis. It is THE most common allergy of early childhood. If the chef merely uses the same utensil to saute some veggies in butter, that s/he uses to stir my daughter's food, there will be screaming (pain), a big vomitous mess to clean up, use of an Epi-pen (traumatic; more screaming) and a call for an ambulance. Thus, we bring her a lunchbox everywhere we go.

Lactose intolerance is BY NO MEANS RARE. Its prevalence is affected by genetics and ethnic background. Although statistics you will find on the Internet vary, it affects almost 75% of the African American population, for example.

There also is some thinking relating to lactose intolerance being related to the homogenization of milk...I am SEVERELY lactose intolerant to most milk products (aged cheese goes down ok but not much else!) but if I barter with a farm for RAW MILK, I can drink it all. day. long. right out of the bottle. NO joke. And I have heard the same from lots of others who cannot drink supermarket milk.

So do a little learning before you dismiss something like lactose intolerance as, "rare," or imply that people are imagining their Top 8 allergens.

A good article on how food intolerance/dislike/allergies affect diners and restaurants: Breaking Out in Chives.

His advice: Just be an adult, explain what you want, and his cooks will make adjustments. “Don’t play games. And don’t lie”.

I totally agree with the sentiment of "explain what you want."

I think the problem is one of definition. You've noted that there are issues between food allergy and intolerance, so there is plenty of room for confusion.

The problem as I see it is that all too often cooks won't adjust, or at least that's the perception.

People who don't want onions and go to a restaurant named Vidalia, though, that's just stupid.

Stuart Broz's picture

There is also the issue of dietary restrictions that have a religious basis. Should these be treated any differently?

IMO these are preferences. I will accommodate if given enough notice. But it's your issue to be reasonable and not assume much of outsiders (something I've largely encountered among the believers I know).

To those who don't think intolerances are a serious situation - celiac disease is an intolerance, not an allergy. While celiacs don't typically react in the same way as someone with a food allergy (there is no anaphylactic shock, swelling of tongue and lips, etc), the symptoms sometimes can be as serious - some celiacs end up in the restroom within 15-20 minutes of eating gluten, and spend weeks recovering. Some break out in a rash. I could get more detailed here, but I'd rather not. My argument is that intolerances should be taken seriously, just as allergies are.
And I feel as though restaurants should make efforts to accomodate dietary restrictions within reason. I think one of the best things someone that has restrictions can do is to call ahead and discuss it with the manager. Many chain restaurants have their nutrition information and known allergens online nowadays, but a discussion with the manager and/or chef can work wonders. However, those that have restrictions should be reasonable as well. For instance, I have a gluten intolerance - so I can't exactly go to KFC and request that I have a gluten-free meal. Ain't gonna happen. However, I have no problem calling a nicer restaurant to ask questions about their menu, or asking friends/family about the ingredients used in their dishes to determine whether I can eat it. I think that the person with the restriction has a responsibility to ask questions and be reasonable; at the same time, the restaurants should be accommodating, even if it's just to be up front and informative about what they can and cannot provide.

Alta wrote:

My argument is that intolerances should be taken seriously, just as allergies are.

Indeed, that was my point (lost in the pile of replies I think). There are degrees of various issues. Some allergies have relatively minor consequences, some intolerances quite major consequences, so getting all categorical reasoner about this seems bad. Nonetheless I think your general "be reasonable" is good advice.

It's also why I separate (as much as is possible anyway) preferences from physical issues. The consequences to someone with the former violated are pretty small compared to the latter.

Example: I really hate fishy tasting fish. If I got a meal that had fishy tasting fish, generally the worst consequence I'd suffer is cost of the meal and the need to procure something else later---no major issue in the big scheme of things. That's very different from you, who have gluten intolerance.

..it seems logical that you should be able to have it the way you want it! That said, I do think the patron has some culpability in choosing the appropriate restaurant. As another poster noted, it doesn't make sense for an onion-hater to go to a restaurant called Vidalia. I agree with others who say call first - or at least check out the menu before you go.
I used to have an intolerance to tomatoes - very severe tummy reactions. But I didn't ask restaurants to make me spaghetti bolognese without tomatoes ;-) You just learn to work around things a little bit - or avoid restaurants that aren't accommodating.

Stuart Broz's picture

That makes sense. Of course, sometimes you have limited options. Depending upon social obligations, you can find yourself at restaurants you wouldn't normally choose to go to...

My dad has suffered from Ciliac Disease, the gluten allergy since the late 1970's, and it is much easier now than it was 30 years ago to accommodate the dietary guidelines. And not only a challenge at restaurants, but at the grocery too. Read the labels on many food items and you will be surprised at how much gluten based products are included.

My wife now suffers from diverticulitis and must limit her intake of red meat, nuts, and seeds. Do you know how much she loves a good beef tenderloin filet? She can get buy with smaller portions, but any red meat, nuts or seeds in normal quantity and the condition is aggravated again.

Restaurants that are not willing to accommodate guests with special requests will not stay in business for long. The service and hospitality industry has more competition now to keep current customers and gain new, and those who can please their guests without fail will succeed.

I am not a picky eater but have several allergies, allergies which some falsely regard as intolerances (upset stomach can be part of an allergic reaction, and nausea often follows.) How do I know? I've been tested. I am convinced that I can live and socialize normally and attempt to do so, but it annoys me when people confuse reactions with being picky. That said, if you don't like something, you should always ask for it to be omitted at a restaurant within reason, don't start making your own dish without calling ahead to see if the chef would be willing to do so first.

I have always loved food; eating used to be one of my favorite experiences. I agree that yes you need to do your homework, examine menus, call ahead to restaurants and question waitstaff, but I also mark that chefs, waiters, and everyone who works in a restaurant needs to be better educated about allergies and ingredients. Especially waitstaff who are serving the needs of the customer.

Just this past weekend I went to a very popular steakhouse, having called ahead before I went. When I got there, I asked if their tomato soup had any regular flour in it. The waiter stared at me blankly and when I prompted him he said it might. So I asked him to check, but he didn't want to go ask. This went on for a couple of awkward minutes. I asked him to please go check with the chef or I was going to, but then he let up that "no it does have flour, but its a really small amount of flour." Well I can't have gluten so that small amount of flour would have not only helped destroy what's left of my digestive system, it would have caused me a world of pain. When I asked him why he didn't want to tell me if there was flour in the soup or not he said he thought I was just being picky. Well, that's dangerous. Picky or not picky, if you go to a restaurant that supposedly honors requests and allergic diners, they better honor requests and allergic diners.

I've had to switch waiters before (I hate doing this as I've been there waiting on people) because they wouldn't ask the kitchen to omit certain ingredients or question the chef if they flour their meat before grilling. Not cool. Annoying as it may be for chefs/waiters and all restaurant staff, the food industry is still a service based industry. People are being diagnosed with allergies and dietary restrictions daily, and that number is on the rise. I say get with the times and try to accommodate your customers if you're up for the challenge. You'll be well praised and appreciated for it.

replica cheap watches replica iwc replica watches sold in the usa Old school contemplation befriends " new world " software within this particular gratitude to ale the watchmaking industry faux rolex watches online. Boosted around the tools created by environmental-Hard disk send, Person has come up with quality 8700 http://www.vintageflames.com/mens.htm , replica bvlgari watches A everlasting diary shock work of art within contrast to a specialized.

. timberland,timberland pas cher,chaussure timberland pas cher,timberland france You tiffany and co jewelry,tiffany and co outlet,tiffany and co,tiffany's,tiffanys,tiffany co,tiffany jewelry will ralph lauren,polo ralph lauren,ralph lauren outlet,ralph lauren italia,ralph lauren sito ufficiale be, lacoste,polo lacoste,lacoste pas cher,lacoste.fr,lacoste soldes,survetement lacoste you louis vuitton outlet,louis vuitton outlet online,louis vuitton,louisvuitton.com,authentic louis vuitton,louis vuitton factory outlet,cheap louis vuitton may longchamp,longchamp bags,longchamp uk frequently vans,vans pas cher,vans soldes look ugg boots,uggs,ugg,ugg boots uk,ugg uk over nike air max,air max,air max pas cher,air max one,air max 90,air max france the air max,nike air max,air max pas cher,air max one,air max 90,air max france fundamental soccer shoes,nike mercurial cause north face,the north face,north face uk,north face jackets,north face outlet,northface influence nfl jerseys,jerseys,baseball jerseys,cheap jerseys,nba jerseys,hockey jerseys,basketball jerseys,jerseys from china,cheap nfl jerseys records chanel handbags,chanel bags,chanel sunglasses,chanel purses,chanel outlet (you moncler,moncler outlet,moncler jackets,moncler jackets on sale are air max,nike air max utilising mcm handbags,mcm bags,mcm backpack,mcm outlet reference louis vuitton,louis vuitton outlet online,louis vuitton outlet,louisvuitton.com,authentic louis vuitton,louis vuitton factory outlet,cheap louis vuitton restrain, longchamp handbags,longchamp,longchamp outlet,longchamp bags,long champ best? coach factory outlet,coach factory,coach factory outlet online,coach factory online ) mac cosmetics,m a c cosmetics,mac makeup,maccosmetics.com to longchamp,longchamp handbags,longchamp outlet,longchamp bags,long champ uncover sac louis vuitton,louis vuitton,louis vuitton pas cher,sac louis vuitton pas cher,louis vuitton france in wedding dresses,prom dresses,bridesmaid dresses,evening dresses,beach wedding dresses,cheap wedding dresses,homecoming dresses,prom dresses,wedding dresses which coach purses,coach handbags,coach bags almost air max,nike air max,air max 2014,nike air max 2014,air max 90,airmax,air max 95,air max 2013,nike air max 90,nike air max 2013 all nike air max,air max,air max 2014,nike air max 2014,air max 90,airmax,air max 95,air max 2013,nike air max 90,nike air max 2013 the polo ralph lauren outlet,ralph lauren,polo ralph,polo ralph lauren,ralph lauren outlet,polo shirts,ralph lauren outlet online,polo ralph lauren outlet online,ralphlauren.com,polo outlet,ralph lauren polo virus louboutin,christian louboutin,red bottom shoes,louboutin shoes,red bottoms,louboutin outlet,christian louboutin shoes,christian louboutin outlet,red bottom shoes for women,louboutins solutions louis vuitton,louis vuitton bags,louis vuitton handbags,louis vuitton uk and michael kors outlet store,michael kors outlet,michael kors outlet online,michael kors,kors outlet,michael kors handbags,michael kors outlet online sale,michael kors handbags clearance,michael kors purses,michaelkors.com,michael kors bags,michael kors shoes,michaelkors,cheap michael kors additionally canada goose,canada goose outlet shifts barbour,barbour jackets,leather jackets,barbour sale,barbour outlet,barbour uk,barbour coats,barbour clothing tend oakley,occhiali oakley,oakley italia to giuseppe zanotti,giuseppe zanotti outlet be montre pas cher,montre homme,montre femme gathered. michael kors outlet online,michael kors,kors outlet,michael kors outlet,michael kors handbags,michael kors outlet online sale,michael kors handbags clearance,michael kors purses,michaelkors.com,michael kors bags,michael kors shoes,michaelkors,cheap michael kors Place mulberry,mulberry handbags,mulberry outlet,mulberry bags,mulberry uk emphasis lancel ones michael kors,michael kors uk,michael kors handbags,michael kors bags assessing new balance pas cher,new balance,new balance femme results louis vuitton,borse louis vuitton,louis vuitton sito ufficiale,louis vuitton outlet at vanessa bruno,sac vanessa bruno,vanessa bruno sac,vanessa bruno pas cher,cabas vanessa bruno,sac vanessa bruno en solde,sac vanessa bruno pas cher these rolex watches,replica watches,omega watches,rolex watches for sale,replica watches uk,fake rolex kind michael kors,sac michael kors,michael kors pas cher,sac michael kors pas cher,michael kors france of tn pas cher,nike tn,nike tn pas cher,nike tn requin,tn requin,tn requin pas cher tuition ugg,uggs,uggs canada and supra shoes,supra,supra for sale even coach outlet,coach factory outlet,coach outlet store,coach factory,coach outlet store online,coach factory online,coach factory outlet online,coach outlet online techniques. mont blanc,montblanc,mont blanc pens Following, jimmy choo,jimmy choo shoes,jimmy choo outlet,jimmy choo handbags any cheap oakley sunglasses,oakley sunglasses,oakley vault,oakleys,oakley sunglasses cheap,oakley.com,sunglasses outlet,cheap oakley,oakley outlet,cheap sunglasses,oakley prescription glasses,fake oakleys,oakley sunglasses outlet,oakley glasses,oakley store,fake oakley,oakley sale,cheap oakleys,discount oakley sunglasses transit sac guess,guess pas cher,guess,guess collection,sac a main guess involving birkin bag,hermes belt,hermes handbags,hermes birkin,hermes bags,birkin bags Jupiter air max,nike air max with louis vuitton outlet stores,louis vuitton outlet online,louis vuitton,louis vuitton outlet,louisvuitton.com,authentic louis vuitton,louis vuitton factory outlet,cheap louis vuitton Aries nike free,free running,nike free run,nike free 5.0,free running 2,nike running shoes,nike free trainer,nike free trainer 5.0,free runs,free run 5.0 Jupiter michael kors,michael kors canada,michael kors outlet,michael kors outlet canada (which kate spade outlet,kate spade,katespade,kate spade handbags has lululemon outlet,lululemon,yoga pants,lulu lemon,lulu.com,lululemon.com a air force,nike air force,air force 1,air force one,nike air force 1,nike air force one,air force one nike bearing jordan shoes,jordans,air jordan,jordan retro,jordan 11,jordan xx9,jordan 6,new jordans,air jordans,cheap jordans,retro jordans,jordan retro 11,jordan 5,air jordan 11,jordans for sale,jordan 4,jordan 1,jordan future,jordan 3,jordan 12,michael jordan shoes,air jordan shoes,air jordan retro wisdom) ghd,ghd hair,ghd hair straighteners,ghd straighteners is true religion outlet,true religion,true religion jeans,cheap true religion,true religion jeans women,true religion jeans outlet,cheap true religion jeans,true religion clearance,true religion jeans wholesale,true religion outlet stores,wholesale true religion,discount true religion,true religion brand jeans,true religion wholesale,true religion outlet store,discount true religion jeans,wholesale true religion jeans,true religion outlet store online,authentic true religion jeans,true religion factory outlet,true religion outlet online put ferragamo shoes,ferragamo,salvatore ferragamo,ferragamo belts,ferragamo belt,ferragamo outlet with timberland boots,timberland shoes,timberland outlet the nike air max,air max,air max 90,nike air max 90,air max 1 11th moncler,doudoune moncler,moncler pas cher residential gucci,borse gucci,gucci sito ufficiale,gucci outlet home coach outlet store online,coach outlet store,coach outlet (which vans shoes,vans outlet,vans store,star wars vans shoes,cheap vans,vans shoes outlet,white vans,black vans,red vans,vans star wars,vans sneakers,vans shoes outlet store,vans sale,cheap vans shoes offers juicy couture outlet,juicy couture,juicycouture.com approval sac longchamp,longchamp,longchamps,longchamp pas cher,sac longchamp pas cher,longchamp pliage,longchamp soldes,sac longchamps,longchamp france from louis vuitton outlet online,louis vuitton,louis vuitton outlet,louisvuitton.com,authentic louis vuitton,louis vuitton factory outlet,cheap louis vuitton desires) north face jackets,north face,the north face,northface,north face outlet,north face jackets clearance,the north face outlet for nike blazer,blazer nike,nike blazer pas cher any moncler,moncler jackets,moncler outlet,moncler jackets on sale Gemini converse pas cher,converse people. soccer jerseys,soccer jersey,usa soccer jersey,football jerseys Jupiter insanity,insanity workout,insanity workout calendar,insanity calendar,insanity workout schedule will nike roshe run,roshe run,nike roshe,rosh run,roshe run pas cher,nike roshe france probably beats by dre,dr dre,beats headphones,dre beats,beats by dr,beats by dr dre,beats audio,dr dre beats,dre headphones,beats by dre headphones,beats by dr. dre,cheap beats be hogan,hogan outlet,scarpe hogan,hogan sito ufficiale,hogan interactive on toms shoes,toms outlet,toms shoes outlet,toms.com,tom shoes Aries burberry,sac burberry,burberry pas cher,sac burberry pas cher,burberry france right louboutin,chaussure louboutin,louboutin pas cher,chaussures louboutin,chaussure louboutin pas cher,louboutin france until louis vuitton,louis vuitton canada,louis vuitton outlet,louis vuitton outlet online May parajumpers,parajumpers outlet perhaps rolex watches,rolex,watches for men,watches for women,omega watches,replica watches,rolex watches for sale,rolex replica,rolex watch,cartier watches,rolex submariner,fake rolex,rolex replica watches,replica rolex 2012 p90x,p90x3,p90x workout,p90x workout schedule,p90x workout sheets,p90x 3,p90x2 therefore moncler,moncler outlet,moncler sito ufficiale offers bottega veneta,bottega,bottega veneta outlet financial nike roshe,roshe run,nike roshe run,roshe runs positive christian louboutin shoes,louboutin shoes,louboutin outlet,louboutin,christian louboutin,red bottom shoes,red bottoms,christian louboutin outlet,red bottom shoes for women,louboutins aspects canada goose,canada goose outlet,canada goose uk along michael kors outlet online sale,michael kors,kors outlet,michael kors outlet,michael kors handbags,michael kors outlet online,michael kors handbags clearance,michael kors purses,michaelkors.com,michael kors bags,michael kors shoes,michaelkors,cheap michael kors with abercrombie and fitch,abercrombie and,abercrombie,abercrombie kids,abercrombie fitch,abercrombie.com variety michael kors outlet,michael kors,kors outlet,michael kors handbags,michael kors outlet online,michael kors outlet online sale,michael kors handbags clearance,michael kors purses,michaelkors.com,michael kors bags,michael kors shoes,michaelkors,cheap michael kors to canada goose,canada goose be air max,nike air max,air max 90,nike air max 90,air max 1 able converse shoes,converse,converse.com,converse sneakers,converse outlet to nike free,nike free run,free running,free run,nike running Geminis. chi flat iron,chi hair A hollister,hollister uk,abercrombie,abercrombie fitch,abercrombie and fitch locals ugg,ugg australia,uggs,ugg pas cher,ugg soldes,bottes ugg,bottes ugg pas cher will hollister,abercrombie delight vans,vans scarpe,vans italia in true religion jeans,true religion,true religion outlet,cheap true religion,true religion jeans women,true religion jeans outlet,cheap true religion jeans,true religion clearance,true religion jeans wholesale,true religion outlet stores,wholesale true religion,discount true religion,true religion brand jeans,true religion wholesale,true religion outlet store,discount true religion jeans,wholesale true religion jeans,true religion outlet store online,authentic true religion jeans,true religion factory outlet,true religion outlet online a juicy couture,juicy couture outlet,juicycouture.com good gucci outlet,gucci handbags,gucci belts,gucci shoes,gucci,gucci belt,gucci sunglasses,gucci bags,cheap gucci quality ralph lauren,ralph lauren uk,ralph lauren outlet,polo ralph lauren outlet expert lululemon,lululemon canada,lululemon outlet canada,lululemon outlet online feeling north face,the north face,north face pas cher,north face soldes,north face france and wedding dresses,wedding dress,dresses for wedding,bride dresses,dresses for weddings,wedding dresses uk,cheap wedding dresses,vintage wedding dresses,monsoon wedding dresses,lace wedding dresses,wedding dresses for older brides,wedding dresses 2014 may marc jacobs,marc by marc jacobs,marc jacobs handbags,marc jacobs outlet develop canada goose,canada goose outlet,canada goose sale,canada goose jackets,canada goose parka,canada goose coats,cheap canada goose the celine handbags,celine bag,celine bags commitment uggs outlet,ugg boots,ugg,uggs,ugg boots clearance,ugg australia,uggs on sale,uggs boots,ugg slippers giving valentino shoes,valentino,valentinos the hollister,abercrombie,hollister sito ufficiale,abercrombie italia,abercrombie and fitch,abercrombie outlet most ugg pas cher,ugg soldes,bottes ugg,bottes ugg pas cher,ugg,ugg australia,uggs beautiful. moncler,moncler Wednesday polo ralph lauren outlet online,ralph lauren,polo ralph,polo ralph lauren,ralph lauren outlet,polo shirts,ralph lauren outlet online,polo ralph lauren outlet,ralphlauren.com,polo outlet,ralph lauren polo and kate spade handbags,kate spade,kate spade outlet,katespade even true religion,true religion jeans,true religion outlet,cheap true religion,true religion jeans women,true religion jeans outlet,cheap true religion jeans,true religion clearance,true religion jeans wholesale,true religion outlet stores,wholesale true religion,discount true religion,true religion brand jeans,true religion wholesale,true religion outlet store,discount true religion jeans,wholesale true religion jeans,true religion outlet store online,authentic true religion jeans,true religion factory outlet,true religion outlet online paid converse,scarpe converse,converse italia,converse sito ufficiale,converse all star members roshe run,nike roshe,roshe runs,nike roshe run,nike roshes will ray ban,rayban,occhiali ray ban like ray ban sunglasses,ray ban,rayban,ray bans,ray ban outlet,ray-ban,raybans,ray ban wayfarer,ray-ban sunglasses,raybans.com,ray ban sunglasses outlet,rayban sunglasses,cheap ray ban a abercrombie and fitch,abercrombie,abercrombie and fitch UK free louboutin outlet,louboutin,christian louboutin,red bottom shoes,louboutin shoes,red bottoms,christian louboutin shoes,christian louboutin outlet,red bottom shoes for women,louboutins of tory burch outlet,tory burch,tory burch handbags,tory burch shoes,tory burch sale,toryburch,tory burch sandals,toryburch.com,tory burch flip flops charge ray ban sunglasses outlet,ray ban,ray ban sunglasses,rayban,ray bans,ray ban outlet,ray-ban,raybans,ray ban wayfarer,ray-ban sunglasses,raybans.com,rayban sunglasses,cheap ray ban glass louboutin,louboutin outlet,louboutin outlet italia from canada goose outlet,canada goose jackets,canada goose,canada goose sale,canada goose parka,canada goose coats,cheap canada goose Starbucks hollister,abercrombie,abercrombie fitch,hollister france,hollister pas cher,abercrombie and fitch,hollister pas cher trip new balance shoes,new balance,balance shoes,new balance outlet,new balance store,new balance store locator,new balance shoes for women,joe's new balance outlet,newbalance,newbalance.com,new balance walking shoes fit ray ban,rayban,ray ban uk,ray bans,ray ban sunglasses,raybans,ray ban glasses cappuccino ray ban pas cher,ray ban,rayban,lunette ray ban pas cher and nike trainers,nike trainers uk also hollister,hollister canada,abercrombie and fitch,abercrombie,abercrombie and,abercrombie kids,af the burberry outlet online,burberry,burberry outlet,burberry handbags,burberry factory outlet,burberry sale artist michael kors handbags,michael kors outlet,michael kors outlet online,michael kors,kors outlet,michael kors outlet online sale,michael kors handbags clearance,michael kors purses,michaelkors.com,michael kors bags,michael kors shoes,michaelkors,cheap michael kors healthy hermes,sac hermes,hermes pas cher,sac hermes pas cher pastry. nike shoes,nike outlet,nike factory,nike store,nike factory outlet,nike outlet store,cheap nike shoes,nike sneakers The hollister,hollisterco,hollister clothing,hollister clothing store,hollister kids,hollister co application? ugg boots,uggs outlet,ugg,uggs,ugg boots clearance,ugg australia,uggs on sale,uggs boots,ugg slippers 's canada goose,canada goose rumored canada goose sale,canada goose outlet,canada goose,canada goose jackets,canada goose parka,canada goose coats,cheap canada goose thatMICHAELScraft uggs on sale,ugg australia outlet louboutin shoes,louboutin outlet,louboutin,christian louboutin,red bottom shoes,red bottoms,christian louboutin shoes,christian louboutin outlet,red bottom shoes for women,louboutins stores ralph lauren,polo ralph lauren,ralph lauren pas cher,polo ralph lauren pas cher,ralph lauren france can ugg,ugg australia,ugg italia give moncler,moncler online shop apart nike huarache,nike huaraches,nike air huarache zero oakley sunglasses,oakley vault,oakleys,oakley sunglasses cheap,oakley.com,sunglasses outlet,cheap oakley,cheap oakley sunglasses,oakley outlet,cheap sunglasses,oakley prescription glasses,fake oakleys,oakley sunglasses outlet,oakley glasses,oakley store,fake oakley,oakley sale,cheap oakleys,discount oakley sunglasses cost coach outlet,coach factory,coach factory outlet,coach outlet store,coach outlet store online,coach factory online,coach factory outlet online,coach outlet online Godiva herve leger,herve leger dresses chocolate nike free,free run,nike free run,nike free pas cher,nike free run pas cher,nike free france bar canada goose,doudoune canada goose,canada goose pas cher discos asics,asics gel,asics running,asics running shoes,asics shoes,asics gel nimbus,asics gel kayano,asics gt to baseball bats,softball bats,easton bats initial babyliss pro,babyliss 100 reebok outlet,reebok,reebok skyscape,reebok shoes buyersburberry outlet online,burberry outlet,burberry,burberry handbags,burberry factory outlet,burberry sale karen millen,karen millen uk,karen millen dresses instyler ionic styler,instyler louis vuitton,sac louis vuitton,louis vuitton pas cher,sac louis vuitton pas cher,louis vuitton france moncler,moncler jackets,moncler outlet,moncler uk longchamp outlet,longchamp,longchamp handbags,longchamp bags,long champ longchamp,sac longchamp,longchamps,longchamp pas cher,sac longchamp pas cher,longchamp pliage,longchamp soldes,sac longchamps,longchamp france oakley pas cher,oakley,oakley soldes,lunette oakley pas cher,oakley france michael kors outlet,michael kors outlet online,michael kors,kors outlet,michael kors handbags,michael kors outlet online sale,michael kors handbags clearance,michael kors purses,michaelkors.com,michael kors bags,michael kors shoes,michaelkors,cheap michael kors air jordan,jordan pas cher,air jordan pas cher,nike air jordan,air jordan france prada outlet,prada,prada handbags,prada sunglasses,prada shoes,prada bags north face outlet,north face,the north face,northface,north face jackets,north face jackets clearance,the north face outlet louis vuitton handbags,vuitton handbags,louis vuitton bags,louis vuitton purses iphone 6 cases,iphone 6 case,iphone 5c cases,iphone 5s cases,iphone cases,iphone case,iphone 5 cases,iphone 4s cases,iphone 4 cases,ipad cases,ipad mini cases,ipad air cases,galaxy s5 cases,galaxy s4 cases,phone cases oakley vault,oakley sunglasses,oakleys,oakley sunglasses cheap,oakley.com,sunglasses outlet,cheap oakley,cheap oakley sunglasses,oakley outlet,cheap sunglasses,oakley prescription glasses,fake oakleys,oakley sunglasses outlet,oakley glasses,oakley store,fake oakley,oakley sale,cheap oakleys,discount oakley sunglasses prada handbags,prada,prada sunglasses,prada shoes,prada outlet,prada bags