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This Week's Best Food Deals, Starring Uncle Uber's and OMG FREE PIE!

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Our inboxes fill each day with a metric shit-ton of offers, flash sales and discounts. Here are some of this week's foodfull best.

Waffle House: FREE PIE Well, sometimes while waiting for food deals to arrive via email, one greasy little freebie falls in my lap. That's what happened here. Turns out, Waffle House is giving away free slices of pie when you print and present this coupon through March 9. Good news? Free pie. Bad news? Dine-in only. Y'all let me know if you manage to order that pie scattered, smothered, covered and diced, okay?

Google Offers: $15 for $30 at Eat The World The name of this place always makes me giggle. I picture a starving sorority girl saying, "OMG, I just did pilates for 25 minutes and now I'm so hungry I could EAT THE WORLD." In reality, Eat The World, located near Abrams Road and Royal Lane, is a take-and-bake sort of place, made more for the suburban mom than the typical coed. Their menu is large and eclectic, with home-cookin' favorites, deli sandwiches, desserts, healthy items, casseroles and holiday meals. The tamales sound particularly promising.

Scoutmob: 50% off at Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop Fabulous timing, Scoutmob. With this deal, you can eat at Alice's new favorite Deep Ellum sandwich spot for even cheaper, you bastard, you. Download the mustachioed Scoutmob app and try Uncle Uber's, perhaps the decadent shaved rib-eye steak "sammich," for half off. Easy as that.

Gilt City Dallas: $69 for a one-year membership at Top Chef University I guess before they officially give Dallas the gilded boot, they're offering us a few more deals to say goodbye. This one is for a one-year online membership to Top Chef U. So if you've been watching Top Chef Texas and following along, thinking maybe you'd like to become as skilled as Paul and Sarah, here's your chance.

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