Friday, February 15, 2013

Food Feedback Friday: Jerks, Shrimps, and Stalkers

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Adobada burrito from Mercado San Jose
  • Adobada burrito from Mercado San Jose

Adobada burrito from Mercado San Jose
  • Adobada burrito from Mercado San Jose

Well folks, you survived the most disgustingly love-drunk day of the year, and now you have 364 days to recover. But I bet you guys ate some good food, amiright? So dish it up, it’s that time of the week again, your chance to share all your saliva-inducing secrets and edible experiences. Quickly becoming the most talked about forum around family dinner tables, at the water cooler, on all social media formats, and rumored to have been mentioned in recent State of the Union addresses, it’s Food Feedback Friday! Tell us where you are munching this week, what you have been sipping on, and which establishments are getting your patronage. We love to hear about it all.

Here’s what’s being blabbered about recently on Eat: CammackLife reluctantly shared with us the fact that K Hall and Sons are serving up some of the best boiled shrimp and crab legs on Saturdays, Big Fun is in love with lobster risotto and 1620 Savoy, sammy (who may or may not be stalking Michael) shares my love for Mylo Coffee Co., pointing out that their recently introduced jumbo PB&J macaron is the stuff dreams are made of, and Tammy gives us a report on Montego, stating that she was rather pleased with her jerk chicken and grilled veggies with mango mojito.

So, now it’s your turn. Fill us in on all your eats this week, we’re all waiting with bated breath.

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