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It's a Thursday night after sports practice. It's dinner time and I haven't eaten since lunch. My stomach releases various rumbles and growls. My hand is directed towards the fridge, opening it. However, there is no food in the fridge. I scramble to the pantry. Empty. Desperately hungry I decide to make a dash to Kroger where  I pick up...
I've found it. No, not just the best burrito in the world, but also, heaven, my friends – heaven. In burrito form, that is. And you'll see me with no other burrito in my hands than one from Chipotle, the pinnacle of burrito excellence. Some argue that another burrito establishment, Qdoba, surpasses Chipotle's burrito quality in that they provide the...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr2KyRB8uiM For this episode of Food Adventures, Will, Noah and Jacob drive down to Austin, Texas for Texas Monthly's Barbecue Fest, an annual celebration of the best barbecue in the great state of Texas. Watch this special extended episode of Food Adventures as The Roundup gives you the $85 Barbecue Fest experience!
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.” (Virginia Woolf) Ever since the school year began in late August, SAGE Dining Services has been making breakfast and lunch every day for Jesuit students and faculty. I was able to sit down and talk to the Executive Chef, Ryan Messina, and the SAGE Food Service...
On September 26th, my mother was so kind as to invite me to accompany her to the 59th Annual Greek Food Festival of Dallas. Located at the intersection of Hillcrest and Alpha, this gathering in honor of Mediterranean cuisine captured the eyes before it got to the taste buds. The golden-brick pillars of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church...
There's a phenomena at Jesuit every Thursday that few can explain. We went to the students to discover why one item in the cafeteria is more popular than the others.
For years, hearing about In-N-Out Burger and its glorious success in California has made me desirous of their legendary food. When the privately-owned chain opened its doors in Allen and Frisco, I, among a thousand others, flocked to get my own “Double-Double” during the opening week. As I walked into the Allen location, I noticed every seat was taken, and...
As we approach the old, stone building, we see the immense line of patrons all eagerly waiting to be admitted inside. Many of them have been waiting since 5:00 am, just to be the first ones in line. We wait for several hours, our anticipation building, before finally seeing the line start to shift forward. Once closer, we detect...

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