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Rhythm 'n Wraps sorrel 'n lime punch: Purchased at the Rhythm 'n Wraps food truck outside the Harvard science center, this refreshing drink is just sweet enough, with a pleasantly spiced flavor (I was told it had ginger in it). It comes with no ice, but I do wish there was just a little since it seems like it's best cold. A great accompaniment to the Spicy Gangsta Wrap. 3.5/5.0

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Lesser Evil Green Elephant Salt 'n Apple Cider Vinegar Potato Chips: My one greatest snack weakness is potato chips. With their high fat content and sparse serving size, chips are kind of the worst snack you could eat, even though they tend not to be highly processed. Because of these reasons, I rarely buy a bag of potato chips. But these salt and vinegar potato chips were on sale at Berkeley Bowl, so I succumbed and found a remarkably tangy potato chip worth trying. These chips are smaller and crunchier than normal (they're kettle cooked), and they are s... (read more) 3.5/5.0

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Morgenstern's American Egg, Toast, and Peaches 'n Clotted Cream Ice Cream: Went back to Morgenstern's to try a few more of the flavors exclusive to their new 88 Houston location. The American egg is one of the few ice cream flavors on the Morgenstern's menu made with actual eggs (they are a largely egg-less ice cream shop, unlike most ice cream makers), and the flavor is meant to taste more like an egg custard than a savory egg dish. I found it had a creamy, faintly sweet richness but I can't say I would identify it as egg if I had to guess blind. The bread was ... (read more) 3.5/5.0

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Shake Shack Surf 'n Turf burger: A New England exclusive, this burger is topped with fresh lobster in a light mayo sauce. I purchased mine from the Shake Shack on Newbury Street in Boston. The amount of lobster was fair for the price (at $8.99 a burger) and while the texture of the lobster was good, it didn't hold up to the flavor of the burger (mine was overlooked, no pinkness in sight). The remaining aftertaste was pure beef and no seafood. The best part was the potato bun, which as far as I know, is not unique to this li... (read more) 3.0/5.0

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