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.

3 comments:

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!