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Our own Jason Kerr got some praise today for his Zilla Street Eats food truck.

Commenter Nate pointed out some things Jason's doing well:

Their mac and cheese is really, really, really good. The fries are the best in Houston, especially with the "secret sauce". And using fresh, hot jalapenos on their Houston Dog = win.

And Marc Brubaker noted an interesting menu item:

If I saw correctly when they were outside Grand Prize, they've also got a fried Nutter Butter. Yes plz.

We can confirm that these are on the menu. They come with maple syrup, and they are sickly delicious. Thank you, Nate and Marc. And congratulations, Jason!

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