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Monday Lunch at The Taste of Chicago [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="89772,89773,89774,89775"] Spinach and Basil Pizza on Whole Wheat Crust (Father & Son Pizzeria), Taro French Fries (Tamarind), Grilled Steak Teriyaki Skewers with Crispy Rice Noodles (Tavern On Rush), Tiramisu Gelato (Canady Le Chocolatier)   Monday Dinner at The Taste of Chicago [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="89776,89777,89778,89779"] Crab Legs (Grazie! Ristorante), Parmesan-Crusted Chicken with Tomato and Mozzarella Cheese Salad (Tavern On Rush), Guacamole and Chips (Adobo Grill), Fried Dough (Harry Caray's)   Tuesday Lunch at The Taste of Chicago [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="89780,89781"] Sesame Crusted Salmon (Chant), Chicken and Waffles (Lagniappe-Creole Cajun Joynt)   Tuesday Dinner at The Taste of Chicago [gallery...

1. I'm kicking myself :(   2. While it may have been my EIGHTH TIME at the Taste this year, today was the first time I really got to go and enjoy myself without being rushed to get back to work, catch a train, or find a fireworks spot. Nad and I met up and headed over for a fun day of food! While Nad was perusing the Taste booklet she kept poinnting out things she thought sounded good...

1. What I ate at the Taste of Chicago today (lunch + dinner) [gallery type="rectangular" link="none" size="full" ids="77126,77127,77128,77129,77130,77131,77132,77133,77134"] Toasted Ravioli (Tuscany) Crawfish Boil with with Potatoes and Illinois Corn (Lagniappe) Saganaki (Costa's) Catfish Nuggets (Dock's) Fried Dough with Strawberry Topping and Whipped Cream (Volare) Puerto Rican Steak Sandwich on Criollo Bread (Sabor Latino) and Pepsi (Beverage Booth) Frozen S'more (Bobtail Ice Cream Company) Grilled Chicken and Vegatable Chopped Salad with Lime Dressing (The Grill on the Alley) BBQ Buffalo Burger (Grazie! Ristorante)   2. I am a Rockstar of Hungarian Folk Dance I went to a Hungarian folk dance lesson tonight. It was insanely fun but also insanely tiring. Those Hungarians sure know...