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MARCH MADNESS (about food)!!!!

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Hello and welcome to March Madness!

Yes, there’s no tournament but we can still fill out a mf bracket. And what better way to fill the void then by arguing about fast food and fast casual restaurants?

Listen in as we give our taeks on the the Mac & Dick McDonald Region. Who comes out on the other side and makes a Final Four run? What upsets do we have? Who is the darling of the region?

We will be breaking this down one region at a time so stay tuned as we will crown a champion this week!

And of course, tell us what you think in the comments.


If you like New Orleans-inspired cuisine go see Kelly English and his crew in Memphis at Second Line or Restaurant Iris for some fantastic food. And if you like gambling and more good food, go to the Magnolia House in Biloxi’s Harrah’s Gulf Coast. Blackjack, craps, slots, and Southern cooking—what’s not to like?

Also, when you’re in Oxford, go see Greg and the good folks at LB’s Meat Market, the inaugural sponsor of this here podcast. Celebrate with the best protein for your Ole Miss grilling needs. And be sure to tell him RED CUP SENT YA for exclusive deals and promotions!

When you’re looking to stock the cooler for football season, ask for Old Dominick at your local package store. Ask for any of their fantastic products. The Huling Station High Rye Bourbon, the Memphis Toddy, the Memphis Vodka, or the Honeybell Vodka. Go get it off the shelves before it’s gone. They’re located in downtown Memphis, trace their roots back to Italy, and take pride in providing you with a true sip of Memphis.

And also when you’re in the Velvet Ditch, be sure to take a quick trip to Wonderbird Spirits, North Mississippi’s first distillery. It’s an eight minute drive south of Oxford on Old Taylor Road and is the only spot in the Magnolia State for a true grain-to-glass gin experience. And don’t forget to follow them on Instagram!

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