The Tale of a Fox and a Yam

by M Stagg | The Voluptua Project™

Xavia Fox & Adam Jackson

Xavia Fox & Adam Jackson with the Monster Yam

Greetings TVP Fam!

First, the bad news:

Jimmy Jamm's Loaded Yam

The "Beast" of a Yam Xavia Must Face

Today was the big day for the “Eat the WHOLE Thing!” Jimmy Jamm’s Loaded Yam Competition. Our curvy friend Xavia Fox squared off against a truly colossal foe ready to completely devour her opponent! Unfortunately, she was unable to defeat the powerful potato. In her defense, Adam “AJ” Jackson, one of the proprietors of Jimmy Jamm’s, chose the largest, most mutated yam known to mankind (seriously, the thing had to weigh at least 3-4 pounds on its own!)! Xavia, being the trooper that she is, was able to polish off slightly more than half of the demon ‘tater. 🙂

Xavia and the Tater

Xavia is Able to Eat Half of the Yam before Conceding

Now, the good news:

Jimmy Jamm’s Sweet Potato Pies, located at 1844 W. 95th Street in Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood, is chocked full of irresistible eats that are imaginative and very pleasing to the palate. My wife and I took home a significantly smaller Loaded Yam (Along with further thoughts of sabotage by Mr. Jackson! LOL) but stayed to enjoy a delicious steak sandwich (Philly-style steak, grilled green peppers and onions, and a slice of cheddar cheese on scrumptious sweet potato bread) sans Miracle Whip.

Additionally, we were treated to chicken and sweet potato waffles, an off menu item being considered for the regular list of mouth-watering fare at what has become an immediate favored destination for good conversation and fabulous eating. Just like the steak sandwich we enjoyed the chicken and waffles and enthusiastically urged AJ to add it to the menu.

If you enjoy a good great sweet potato you simply must visit Jimmy Jamm’s Sweet Potato Pies! Once you do, visit their page on Yelp to share what is sure to be a magnificent dining experience with your friends and don’t forget to tell the nice people at Jimmy Jamm’s you heard about them here on TVP! I can all but guarantee you will thank me later. 😉

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2 Comments to “The Tale of a Fox and a Yam”

  1. oh my, this sounds soooooooooo good. YUM! I want to try!

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