Mindy Lee describes herself as "a former journalist turned government community relations officer who dabbles in the downtown Phoenix foodie culture." We can catch her and her friends trying out new restaurants, "obsessively tweeting about foodie gossip and trends", and "finding offbeat ethnic mom-and-pop restaurants" around Phoenix. She says her most annoying habit is "her ability to crush an appetite by stalling the consumption process so she can take a picture of your food."
This is her perfect food day.
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Lunch: Fish torta and side of guacamole from Gallo Blanco Cafe.
Dinner: Shiromi Carpaccio, Pork Belly Buns and Panko-Fried Soft Shell Crab Sandwich from Nobuo at Teeter House.