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Greg Forward, What Are You Eating?

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Greg Forward

Forward is the founder of Forward Thinking Productions, LLC, which puts on live music showcases to help create awareness for Huntington's Disease (and other charitable causes).

What'd you eat for dinner last night? Chicken cacciatore.

Favorite food: Lasagna.

Least favorite food: Anything that gives me food poisoning. (Thank you for the many trips to the bathroom, Top Shelf Mexican Cantina!)

Favorite dessert: Any kind of cheesecake.

Favorite local restaurant: YC's Mongolian Grill or Amante Pizza & Pasta.

Favorite local bar: Half Moon Sports Grill.

Favorite thing to cook at home: Chicken, pasta, broccoli in many forms.

Favorite memory involving food: I'm an immature male, so food fights, naturally!

Recipe or food tip to share: I would share my Italian lasagna recipe, but it's a secret.

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