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 >>
In July, reeling from state budget cuts, the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department came up with a surefire way to make a bit of extra scratch: corporate sponsorships. The proposal didn't include naming rights -- no British Petroleum State Park at Galveston Island, for example -- but companies who paid ... More >>
The Foundry was recently named by Southern Living magazine as one of the best bars in the South on account of its spacious, twinkle-light covered courtyard. This bar just opened last year and has quickly gained a lot of attention, primarily on account of said courtyard, which is more like a small co ... More >>
It's National Pie Day! What else do you need to know? Nothing! Well, actually, two things. 1. Norma's Cafe is giving away slices of Oreo Mile-High Cream Pie all day. Dine-in only, while supplies last and all that good stuff. No fighting over pie. This brand-spanking-new pie is made with a "flaky c ... More >>
Both my parents went to SMU, and I even went to a few sporting events growing up. But I claim total ignorance of SMU's apparently proud tailgating tradition. Er, I mean Boulevarding tradition. Either way, the school does it well, according to Southern Living, which ranked SMU as one of 20 best tail ... More >>
photo by foodbitchIt's no secret I love a good cupcake. So last time I was at NorthPark center, I noticed some hard-to-miss signage promoting something called a Cupcake War. I took a photo (pictured) so I wouldn't forget. Like I could. This is the stuff of foodbitch dreams. I picture well-dr ... More >>
Sarah Jaffe and Doug Burr Like The New York Times and Paste magazine before them, it looks like the folks at Southern Living magazine have gone and discovered Denton -- or, as they and everyone else says when first writing about the college town, "maybe the next Austin!"Ugh.At least the folks at ... More >>
As Winn Meats corporate executive chef, you'd expect Samford to know his brisket, his steak...hell, anything carved, cured or barbecued. Before stepping into this role, he developed Central Market's "fresh market" concept in Dallas, so he's well versed in the corporate world. But he trained fir ... More >>
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