SA Food Pics: This Drippy Egg Has Hypnotized Us

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Drippy eggs are almost too erotic. - @RYUWULF/INSTAGRAM
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  • Drippy eggs are almost too erotic.

This week in SA Food Pics we shout-out to a couple of home-cooked delicacies along with a variety of stunning, colorful plates from around the city. Fish dishes are du jour as exemplified by the Ocean and Bama rolls by Kona Grill (15900 La Cantera Parkway) and a "Tuna Tower" by Kumori Sushi & Teppanyaki (700 East Sonterra Blvd.). Enjoy some succulent scallops from Ruth's Chris Steak House (600 E Market St) while you're at it.

If you're like Ron Swanson and think fish are for sport, not food, then let your eyes saunter over to the those infamous tacos by Torchy's (999 E Basse Rd) or try something all-natural like the vegan kitchen sink nachos by Vegeria Vegan Restaurant (8407 Broadway Street).



Be on the lookout for your own photos on next week's roundup by tagging #SAfoodpics. See you next time foodies! 

Rainy Days = Comfort Food = Vegeria's Kitchen Sink Nachos! Join us! Only 8.99, our Rosalie special of the day! #safoodpics # vegan #vegeria #texmex #glutenfree

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MMMM...Maple-glazed Turkey Club from Mariposa at Nieman Marcos #SAFoodPics

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Torchy's has unique & freakin' awesome tacos. My favorite is the Baja Shrimp!

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Ocean and Bama Roll #konagrill #SAfoodpics #foodporn

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