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Kelsey FosterBrady Williams, with visions of a Tom Waits Gumbo dancing in his head.In part one of our three parter, Oddfellows Chef Brady Williams told us about his icy road to cooking, while part two covered his take on the Dallas food scene. Today we learn a little about how he runs things ... More >>
Photograph by Pud Gadiot, ViaTerry Southern‚ÄčAt this late date, tell me there's no need to remind you who Terry Southern is. No? We're good? Fantastic.Well, OK, in case you're still not clear: He's Alvarado-born, Oak Cliff-raised, SMU-educated writer who bridged the gap between the Beat 1950s and t ... More >>
On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items.Drywontonmee"When you have four hundred pounds of beans in the house, you need have no fear of starvation. Other things, delicacies such as sugar, tomatoes, peppers, coffee, fish or meat, may come sometimes miraculo ... More >>
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