1 year ago | Coffee
A new caffeinated option is popping up in Dallas: a tea-like drink made up of something that used to be considered an unwanted byproduct of the coffee-producing process. Cascara comes from same tree as coffee beans but is much closer to a tea than...
1 year ago | Eat This
If you woke up this morning, realized that Christmas is three days away and are freaking out a little because you haven’t bought gifts for anyone, well, good. You should be freaking out right about now, slacker. Luckily, a simple suggestion can he...
2 years ago | Complaint Desk
Liz Goulding is the former leader of Slow Food Dallas and a contributor to the Dallas Observer. The Dallas City Council this week voted on a motion to accept a number of language changes in the community garden ordinance passed in 2011. Among othe...
2 years ago | Coffee
Chances are, unless you are endlessly wealthy and/or the laziest person on the planet, you sometimes brew coffee at home. Maybe you have retired your plug-in coffee maker in exchange for a French press or Chemex. You even buy your beans from a loc...
2 years ago | Drinking
When Ashley North Compton isn't busy as a graphic designer or psychology graduate student, she is making homemade bitters and herbal infusions in her Marfa home. Compton's interest in homemade bitters and infusions is really a secret cover for her...
3 years ago | Coffee
All week, we're bringing you stories from Dallas' burgeoning roasting community. See other extended interviews in our coffee archive, or see them all in one place in this week's feature story, "Roasting Dallas." Clay Eiland talks about his roaster...