This week, presumably, Dallas has moved past waiting three hours for and crying over hamburgers. We're on to more sophisticated things, like hamburgers with 8,000 calories, ballpark grub and how much we all hate the word "gooey." Read on.
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Sake's not just for sushi, according to the latest promotion by the sake industry.
"It's a world class drink, not just something that goes down hot at a Japanese restaurant," says Linda Kawabata of the Akita Sake Promotion and Export Council, which is hosting a tasting event in Dallas next Monday.
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Last night's episode of Top Chef provided A) the best text messages sent by friends watching the show before I was, and B) the most quality "sheesh"-inducing insults during tasting and Judges' Table so far this season.I knew the Quickfire was going to be good because well, I got a text that said ... More >>
There's a nice little write-up in this morning's Denton Record-Chronicle about last week's NX35 volunteer get-together at Dan's Silverleaf. But, if we're being completely honest, it's not so much the article as it is the accompanying sidebar that's got our attention. Why's that? Ah: The piece inc ... More >>
Later this month, Bijoux chef Scott Gottlich will spend a couple nights digging into the past. The culinary archeologist has created what he calls the Classics Dinner, meaning escargot, oysters Rockefeller, stuffed lobster and beef Wellington and other fine dining favorites from days of yore.. The d ... More >>