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What I Ate: Dino nuggets edition

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I honestly can't remember if I ever had Dino nuggets growing up. So last Friday while co-babysitting with my friend Joaquin, I indulged in the processed Stegasaurus-shaped goods. These are things that happen during Disney movie nights. This week also included one too many cupcakes, and two visits at Hot Joy, because you can never have too much delicious MSG (AKA salt).

As always, follow me on Instagram for more food porn: @JessElizarraras.

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Mak Mak, Jamaican rum/pineapple shrub/grapefruit soda/Thai chile, and twice-fried chicken wings. @hotjoysa with @hahamilton

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@radicallie treated us to #cupcake minis from @katesfrosting! #sugarrush

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This is me before every meal. #whatiate

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Things that don't suck: Co-workers who bring in chocolate peanut butter & bacon cupcakes. #whatiate Thanks @creepshow_77! Via Rafaela's Cupcakes

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Disney movie night with @joaqh and his precious nieces. I'm an adult, promise.

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Happy Crepes at the @pearlfarmersmarket this AM via Good Gluten Free-Crepelandia

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Nom nom. Mostly tried to keep cool during today's trip to the ITC's Folklife Festival. This helped. #watermelon

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Baby bok choy via @hotjoysa

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@vane.elizarraras and her picadilly from Frozen Fridays. #thecoldneverbotheredmeanyway

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