Bishop Arts' latest spins passion from tired dishes.
The potato salad is always a concern. The success of every summertime event hinges upon its outcome. If too acidic then the family reunion will either be called off or derisive factions will form. Too yellow and the picnic blanket will be abandoned, the bounty laden upon its red and white checks lef ... More >>
With heady spices, fresh ingredients and loads of butter, this restaurant will send you home with a happy stomach.
Wok free at Mot Hai Ba
Bolognese next to pork belly with pickled mustard greens? Somehow, it works.
I stopped into the see the Spiceman the other day to pick up a dime bag. No, not that kind -- I assure you Mr. Spicer is a law-abiding, upstanding citizen. He just packages mushrooms meant for recreational consumption in a vaguely illicit manner. If you're new to the Spiceman's wares the dime bag ... More >>
So much food, so little time
When I compiled tips for grilling burgers this summer, I felt bad that I left out home cooks who don't have access to a grill. To make up for the shortcoming, I challenged chef Nathan Tate at Boulevardier to cook us up a burger like he might at home: no fancy wood-burning grills, just one man and a ... More >>
With burgers, like many things, beauty is in the mouth of the be-eater. While I've been running around town looking for my perfect burger, I realize that everyone has their favorites, and no amount of smackdownin' is going to change the mind of a devoted burger enthusiast. I polled the staff of the ... More >>
Erin McKool's Take on Fast Food Feels Like the Begining of Something Big.
We tracked down a few locals, and asked them about their dad's cooking choices and what they remember the most about breaking bread with the family. Here's who shared their food memories of cooking with Dad with us: Mark Cuban: Savior of the Greenville St. Patrick's Day Parade and owner of the Dal ... More >>
It's locavorism for the rest of us. And lots and lots of beer.
The gnocchi.A suited staffer circled the room, his tray laden with warm slices of olive, rosemary and raisin breads, crusty and fragrant. He bestowed each of our plates with a different variety, and placed between us a ramekin of butter so pristine and smooth it looked like you could ice skat ... More >>
Come for the booze, stay for the booze at Henderson Avenue's latest.
From the guys who brought you Medina, a new menu and a new neighborhood show a different side of Morocco.
Salmonella hates America. Fight back! Eat indoors!About 48 million Americans get food-borne illness per year, and of that heaving-and-hurling 48 million, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die, says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That means roughly one in six Americans w ... More >>
Try some local, organic, gluten-free food without a 'tude.
Worth a stop if you're in the neighborhood.
In part one of this week's Three Course Meal, we gave you a look at Dean James Max, concept chef of Asador In part two, we asked Max to complete our thoughts for us. In today's final installment he shares his recipe for a dish designed to be a Texas classic, cowboy steak with warm fingerling ... More >>
Photos by Robert BostickBruno Davaillon's light, refreshing watermelon salad is perfect for summer.As the summer winds down from its scorching heat, you can still enjoy this treat featured on The Mansion's menu, which was offered as one of the salad choices during Restaurant Week. The zesty p ... More >>
Photo by Robert BostickIn the third part of our look at Second Floor chef J. Chastain, we go into the kitchen where the chef shows shows us how to create one of his menu items at home. Chastain enjoys combining fresh ingredients with simple techniques to create complex flavors. We wanted som ... 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 >>
Goods things here are worth waiting for
Café R&D serves up pretty, tasty dishes, but where's the meow mix?
At Afghan Grill, the fortunes of war pay delicious dividends
Waka puts a new twist on Japanese cuisine
Gumbo's grub could be addicting
There's more to like about the Hurricane Grill than just the 45-ounce hurricanes
Racks Restaurant and Bar
Be a kid again and bring a bib to Ghion
Everything rocks at Sushi Nights, except maybe the raw fish
Dishing up a Cock & Bull story, with a touch of Blarney
Taco Diner tries to marry subtlety with Tex-Mex -- somehow, it works
The beer and the company are great at the Tipperary Inn. Just stay away from the food.
Unlike the calmness of Al Biernat the man, Biernat's the restaurant is a bit schizophrenic
Tasty Greek is disheveled, but the food cleans up
Jim Severson's new restaurant has the Wright stuff
'Doing lunch' in Dallas can leave you holding the bag
Modo Mio offers its Italian unadorned but not unappreciated
To hell with authenticity, Y.O. Ranch has great cowboy grub
The DMA's Seventeen-Seventeen is an artistic masterpiece
The son of a famous Houston restaurateur gets ground up in the hype machine