Friday, July 25, 2014

Food Feedback Friday: The "We need your vote!" edition

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Hey everyone...just a quick reminder to head on over to our Facebook page today and vote for your favorite entry in our "Mack Hack" contest. Contestants tweaked a box of Kraft Mac & Cheese and came up with some pretty astonishing results. Today is the LAST day to vote. Click "like" on your favorite entry. Winner is crowned at midnight.

Alrighty...you know the drill with Food Feedback. Tell us what you're eating this week and what you thought about it. I love to hear all the suggestions and I'm frequently looking back through your recommendations to determine my next meal. So share away! Happy weekend, y'all.

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