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Thursday, August 3, 2006

More meals, more wheels

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On Day 3 of my four-day food-truck eating binge for an upcoming package, I had some reinforcements, high school interns Phil Donahue (no Marlo Thomas jokes, please) and Maria Fontes. We had wraps and a burrito at Sami's (yum), Chinese at Yang's (not so yum), looked in vain for the Mister Frosty truck (some soft serve would've hit the spot), and then headed to Harvard for fabulous smoothies and juice (again) and for the most sophisticated dish so far: grilled steak with white bean/parmesan salad and baby spinach. The winner: Sami's. I'd get a falafel and hummus wrap (above) from them anytime, and the burrito (below, left) and California club (below, right) that my helpers ordered were no slouches, either.

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