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Friday, July 26, 2013

Food Feedback Friday: chips, cheesesteak, and Chuy's

Posted By on Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 12:55 PM

Ericas lovely peach pie
  • Erika's lovely peach pie

Welcome back to the greatest resource for good eats in the known universe, Food Feedback Friday. Why so great? Because these recommendations come from you. You can brush aside our musings and moaning on what we’ve been eating and give us your opinions on what we’ve gotten right and what we’ve done wrong. This is your forum, we just live in it.

Last week, on (a rather tardy) FFF, Mother Earth had the Baja fish tacos with grilled Mahi Mahi at the Red Door and was very pleased with her selection. Raven “finally” made it to E’s Bistro in NLR and was mostly pleased with his cheesesteak, but felt his bill was a little steep. Kevin made another trip to AW Lin’s which “yielded another excellent meal. I especially enjoyed my fried vegetable spring roll appetizer, as well as the lo mein.” The Goof family ate well, with a week that included burgers from Big Orange, tenderloin from Terry’s, and takeout from Chuy’s—apparently they enjoyed every bit. Big Fun also had many wonderful things to share about the new Big Orange. He says, “The classic daiquiri (nothing but rum, lime juice and simple syrup, served on the rocks) and Tom Collins (with egg white!) were mighty tasty. We had to get the bucket of chips (we always do) and then split the classic burger, as good as it gets in our book.” Sammy is on board with Geek Eats (as am I) and thoroughly enjoyed his jalapeno cheddar hummus. Go check those guys out tomorrow at the Hillcrest FM.

Go ahead and let us know where you’ve been eating recently. We’d love to hear it.

Lastly, you can check out the audio below for a recent interview Michael and I did with Alice Stewart on her morning show, 96.5 The Voice. We were once again joined by the international superstar, Kevin Shalin. Of course, we expected we’d be discussing cheddar biscuits at some point. (There are some volume issues at some point)

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