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Saturday, January 18, 2014

Food Feedback Friday: a day late edition

Posted By on Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 5:56 AM

From Luna Maya on Cantrell
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Got caught up in a long dinner last night, hence FFF is a day late, but never a dollar short. You've still got time to give us your feedback.

Last week on FFF, David Ramsey was in love with the $1 tacos at Fonda, Hugh Mann is reporting that Mamacita's in the Heights may be adios forever. Big Fun was at Maddie's eating "fab fries and the tangiest remoulade I've had." Bob Edwards adores the new Bruno's (as do I), Kevin is reporting some nice things happening at Rock n' Taco in Rodney Parham, and is kinda in love with a pork burrito.

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