Tomorrow marks 10 days of me doing the cleansing. Here's what I've gathered during my stint. 5. A "foodie cleanse" = a SHIT-TON of work. I like to cook, even love it. But after an average of two hours of cooking every night, I've come to realize that nobody can love cooking this much. And you clea ... More >>
Cleanse. It's a word that strikes fear into the heart of every foodie and non-foodie alike. A cleanse used to mean a woman named Monica was about to get up close and personal with a big scary tube to literally flush your system. Nowadays a cleanse usually involves juicing (which is so hot right no ... More >>
Photos by Sarah Johnson Smoked Prawns with Heirloom Tomato and Pancetta Vinaigrette Demonstrated by Mark Young of Bijoux Dallas' Bijoux is a restaurant hidden away at Inwood Village located at Lovers Lane and Inwood Road. No, seriously, it's really hidden away. On our first visit there, we walke ... More >>
"I say, if you work behind a bar and serve drinks, call yourself a bartender; it is perfectly descriptive and free of any pretense. Would you call a skilled trash collector a trashologist?" (Andrew Knowlton of Bon Appetit magazine, responding to the precious trend classifying those who shake cocktai ... More >>
We venture into Indian territory
Chef opening Indian restaurant in Addison
Which dishes have been beaten to death?
Environmentalists and some high-profile Dallas chefs say ocean food supplies are in crisis. But is their disaster cry simply publicity bait?