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Weekly Favorites 01/21/18 to 01/27/18

My favorite food and restaurant articles I came across this week!

Ando Cheesesteak
Ando Cheesesteak. Photo credit Ando



Uber Eats Aquires Ando - via Tech Crunch

The food delivery revolution is upon us and the competition is getting fierce!




Best Restaurants in Disney World - via Popsugar

Rose & Crown
Rose & Crown
Photo Credit Flickr user Douglas Cairns

The best roasted chicken I ever had was at a French restaurant at Epcot. If you're a Disney fan and a foodie like me, this list is a must read.






Shake Shack vs Chick-Fil-A - via Business Insider
Shake Shack vs Chick-Fil-A
Shake Shack vs Chick-Fil-A
Photo Credit Business Insider


This one seems like a no-brainer. I love Shake Shack, but Chikc-Fil-A has the chicken sandwich in the bag!





Anthony Bourdain's Best Places to Eat in America - via Food and Wine

For my fellow Bourdain fans out there, here are your best places to eat while traveling across the US!

10 Eating Rules from Around the World
Photo Credit Healthyway
10 Eating Rules from Around the World - via Healthyway

If you plan on doing some globe trotting, here is some etiquette keep in mind when you dine.




Cajun Goush Goush
Cajun Goush Goush
Photo Credit Garden and Gun
Texas-Sized Breakfast - via Garden and Gun

Everything is bigger in Texas, especially the breakfasts! This one comes from one of my favorite magazine finds in recent years, Garden and Gun!





Shrimp and Grits - via Garden and Gun

Shrimp and Grits
Shrimp and Grits
Photo Credit Garden and Gun


I can't get enough Shrimp and Grits, so when this showed up I had to check it out!










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