Jen Deveroux, What Are You Eating?

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Jen Deveroux

The self-proclaimed "doctor of parties" is currently promoting Kung Pao Radio at The Lost Leaf and Ivy League at Disco.

What did you eat for dinner last night? Gazpacho and hummus.

Favorite food: Deconstructed deep dish pizza from Oregano's. No cheese, extra sauce and tons of veggies. 

Least favorite food: Meat.

Favorite dessert: Trader Joe's vegan oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

Favorite local restaurant and meal to order there: Pita Jungle--gazpacho, veggie wraps, falafel and hummus.

Favorite local bar and cocktail to order: Lost Leaf--Framoise Lambic.

Favorite thing to cook at home: Vegetarian paella.

Favorite memory involving food: Cleaning squid with my dad.

Favorite food tip: Eat vegan!

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