The Tampa Tribune’s food writer since 2005, Jeff Houck covers the way people live through their food. He also hosts the Table Conversations food podcast and believes that everything crunchy is good.
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This Week’s Weekend Tweats [The Tastiest, Briefest Words About Food In 140 Characters Or Less]
Posted Aug 19, 2012 by Jeff Houck
Updated Aug 19, 2012 at 08:24 AM
Funniest things I saw this week on the food trail?
Not even a contest, really.
The first came at Mise en Place restaurant in Tampa.
Saw this on the formal bar menu.
It might help to know that bartender Nathan DeWitt has an exceedingly sharp wit.
And that Calvin Broadus is the real name for Snoop Dog. And that this was his first big song:
Well, I thought it was hilarious.
Next? These billboards I saw on Kennedy Boulevard in Tampa:
In advertising, you can’t always help who your neighbors are.
Okay, now on to the week’s best food tweets: