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 Post subject: Visitors To YOUR City: They Have To Eat.
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We are facing a time for holiday travel, which can often mean holiday visitors.

Against that backdrop up there, I ask ( OK, meddle) What do YOU feed them? Home-cooking or do YOU rec them to a public eatery?

Now comes my ownself's self testimony: Visitors, even some in-State visitors here in Texas, would, I think, would want some BBQ. But, Huh!?

Even here in the Lone Star State's land-locked Dallas, I've found that visitors want seafood. Which deserves another "Huh!?"

One would think, I think, that visitors to Your city would want Your City's signature foods.

Well, as One thinks again, this One rewinds to a time in The City when I lived there during a work assignment, that some visitors to a basically seafood city, wanted Italian cuisine. Where else but Liuzza's, I'd rec.

But back here overby land-locked Dallas, for some of those BBQ and Tex-Mex foodies, I'd take 'Em to various and sundry seafood laces such as S&D's or, well, awwwww, Aw Shucks.

Ah, well me and my meddling: Lettuce Us Be At Peas And Not Waste Any Foods:

We, even if We are not animal fanciers, should always be cognizant the Our wild always need food....All of the above from a foodie: Ben!


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