Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Burritos in S.F. -- and Media Guerrilla's, Too

We have a lot of talented cooks and devoted foodies at Jangl, and a few of us find ourselves over in San Francisco quite a bit. So sharing "my" secret guide to top burritos in the City by the Bay makes some sense here.

Truth is, when I think of burritos, I think of Mike Manuel (aka Media Guerrilla), my colleague of many years when I was at Voce Communications. I was lucky enough to spend many hours locked in a room with Mike, dreaming up new plans and ideas. In fact, I still remember the night -- both of us on Yahoo! Messenger -- when Mike IMd me something.

"I think I'm going to start a blog."

If you've met Mike online, you know he's smart. If you've met him in person, you know he's like meth disguised as valium, and a genuinely nice guy. Unbeknownst to most, he also harbors a secret burrito recipe that alledges involves a "secret frying step." The burrito is about as big as a linebacker's forearm and exquisitely delicious.

But the best thing is, I've met few whose brains and hearts I admire more than Mike's.

So here's to the Jangl foodies, to Mike Manuel, and to Charles Hodgkins, the S.F. burrito blogger.


Mike Manuel said...

Flattery will not make me cough up the "bomb ass" burrito recipe;-)

Welcome to the blabbersphere....

Timothy Johnson said...

Thanks, Macchu. :)

HKagan said...

Now I have found my life quest=)

I am the Indiana Jones of burrito recipes. I will get it!