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I am holding out hope that my experience at an exclusive media event last week at Teriyaki Madness, a new fast-casual Asian grill at 251 Pittman Road, Suite B, will lead to other similar ones. The email invite I received described all the wonderfulness I would experience, but honestly, they had me at “FREE FOOD” in the subject line. Jaspreet and Mona Singh are the owners of the franchise that will have its grand opening Tuesday. We were given ample samples of their all-natural chicken and beef teriyaki bowls, fresh-cut vegetables and seven house-made sauces. The food was slap-yo-mama good. It was fresh, tasty and presented very well. The goody bag with several branded items was nice (including a squatting figure of a sumo wrestler), but the coolest thing was their eating utensil. It combines chopsticks and a fork and is called . . . wait for it . . . a chork.

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