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Feedbag: Filet mignon scaloppini, cake pops class, Jameson marinated bananas

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Doyle's Public House serves Jameson-infused French toast on the weekends.

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Stanley and Seafort's (115 E. 34th St., Tacoma) has a limited-time filet mignon scaloppini with lobster on their specials menu. For $29.95, you may enjoy a tender, breaded filet mignon topped with North Atlantic lobster, oven roasted mushrooms, smoky bacon and béarnaise sauce. Served with grilled asparagus spears and Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, you can treat yourself with good eats and a killer view for a reasonable price.


The birthday party season begins at the STAR Center when they unleash their Make Cake Pops With Mimi cooking course at noon Saturday, Feb. 7. Ages 10 and older will receive a hands-on baking opportunity that includes a four-pack of your masterpiece to take home and gobble up. More details can be found at


Doyle's Public House (208 Saint Helens Ave., Tacoma) has created some kind of wonderful with bananas. It all begins with Jameson marinated bananas. Those bananas go into banana bread and that banana bread turns into a French toast dish. It doesn't end there, friends. The strained Jameson that the bananas marinate in is now a banana infused bourbon, for sale, for you to imbibe.

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