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RICKY MOORE, Saltbox Seafood Joint

Rum Cake, Chez Moi Bakery
Seasonal Greens with Ume Plum Vinaigrette, Lantern
Chopped Chicken Sandwich, Shrimp Boats
Spicy Tuna, Olivada, Fennel and Lemon Panini, Toast
Bacon, Egg and Cheese Sandwich, Refectory Cafe

KRISTIE NYSTEDT, Raleigh Brewing Company

Raleigh Brewing Company
Bacon Cheeseburger on Steroids, Bad Daddy’s
Pulled Pork Plate, The Pit
Under the Volcano, Remedy Diner
Rock Shrimp Tempura, ORO
Hawaiian Pizza, Lynnwood Grill

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CHEETIE KUMAR, Garland

Woo Guh Ji Tang, Seoul Garden
Chilled Corn Soup, Poole’s
Eggplant pizza, Frank’s
Trout sashimi, Lantern
A tie: Arroz frito, Mateo or
Crispy rice lettuce wraps, Bida Manda

ANDREW CASH, Jubala

The Reunion, Beasley’s
Chicken pot pie and slice of King cake, Hayes Barton Cafe
Burrito Mejor, Carrburritos
Pork Madame, Mandolin
Hotdogs, Gallon Pelón
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  • Ashley Christensen

ASHLEY CHRISTENSEN, Poole’s

Cheesesteaks, IP3
Mimi’s Sausage Dip, The Player’s Retreat
Lotus Root, 35 Chinese Restaurant
Seasonal Greens with Ume Plum Vinaigrette, Lantern
Tartiflette for Two, Vin Rouge

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