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    How 'Bout Them Knockers: Sushi World

    ? Each week in 'Knockers' we order from a different delivery restaurant, assessing their efficiency and keeping a running score. Sushi World 1001 Ross 214-999-6050 Promised Delivery Time: "between 15 and 20 minutes" Actual Delivery Time:...

    @ City of Ate by Kimberly Thorpe on December 7, 2009 @ 1:05 pm
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    Hash Over: Little Debbie Does Dallas, Tillman's Goes West, Smashburger Donates And More

    ? Tomorrow, UNT students with the munchies are going to have, like, the best day ever, man. The Little Debbie Cupcake Cars arrived in the Dallas area today, and will be giving out free samples of Little Debbies as part of the Share-A-Thon ...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on December 7, 2009 @ 10:54 am
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    Monday's Unverified Fact About San Diego

    ? The 'Boys host those baby blue bolts on Sunday. A "fact" about this country's gateway to immigration... Although they claim to be part of the 'land of fruit and nuts,' the city of San Diego is actually the land of jellyfish and seagulls--...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 7, 2009 @ 10:32 am
  • The Mansion's New Chef Bruno Davaillon Is  Breaking Into The Job Slowly, But It Seems Just A Matter Of Time Before His Celebrity Shines.


    The Mansion's New Chef Bruno Davaillon Is Breaking Into The Job Slowly, But It Seems Just A Matter Of Time Before His Celebrity Shines.

    In the absence of Michelin stars, The Mansion on Turtle Creek serves as Dallas' culinary measuring stick. The priciest restaurants are described as "more expensive than The Mansion." When other kitchens list tortilla soup on their menus, people a...

    by Dave Faries on January 21, 2010
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    Chicago Hot Dog

    I heard about Chicago Hot Dog from a friend who knows food, so I was pretty eager to eat lunch there the other day--so eager that I showed up at 11 a.m. on the dot, right when they're supposed to open. Only thing was, the door was locked, and the "o...

    by Alice Laussade on January 21, 2010
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    Question Of The Week: What's Wrong With Fruitcake?

    ? After all, those things from the Collin Street Bakery aren't bad. And the five or six people who take the time to do homemade ones the old fashioned way (steeped in booze) probably turn out brilliant cakes. Or maybe not. For some reason,...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 4, 2009 @ 2:35 pm
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    And The Winner Is...

    ? I may have mentioned a month or so back that we had finally come up with a scheme to give out prizes. Good ones, too: I have Jon Bonnell's Fine Texas Cuisine, The Field Guide to Candy, Chili Madness, Cooking Dirty (has nothing to do with...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 4, 2009 @ 1:37 pm
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    Handle The Proof: Kirschwasser

    ? For some reason I love old-school spirits like grappa and kirsch. Probably has something to do with alcohol content. But I also find the origins and longevity of these things fascinating. Kirsch is a cherry brandy, traditionally distilled...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 4, 2009 @ 1:06 pm
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    First Look: DISH

    "Do you want to go to this restaurant opening?" I asked my boyfriend as we were heating up leftovers. Checking the temperature of his canned soup, he replied, "Can't. I'm broke." To which I informed him, "It's free, and it's sponsored by champagne...

    @ City of Ate by Kristy Yang on December 4, 2009 @ 11:38 am
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    Friday's Unverified Fact About New York

    ? The 'Boys travel to the Newark suburbs on Sunday. A final "fact" about the city not even native Americans wanted to keep... Manhattan clam chowder originally had quote marks around the word clam, as it was invented to clean up a tadpole problem in...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 4, 2009 @ 10:24 am
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    Girl Drink Drunk: Smoke

    ? Dearest Smoke, On two separate occasions you have wooed me and my posse with food and drink divine. I'm not even going to get into discussing the hominy casserole for fear I'll abandon all responsibility and drive to you to eat it now. But the drin...

    @ City of Ate by Merritt Martin on December 3, 2009 @ 5:15 pm
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    Hophead: Samuel Adams Utopias Stretches The Definition of Beer

    ? It's not carbonated. It is aged for years in a variety of barrels, served in 2-ounce pours at room temperature, contains 27 percent alcohol by volume (54 proof, in other words) and carries suggested retail price tag of $150 for a 24-ounce bottle. A...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on December 3, 2009 @ 4:34 pm
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    Review and Gallery: Hacienda On Henderson

    ? In this week's Observer, Dave takes a few visits to Hacienda On Henderson, where a great patio and a happening location serve as backdrops for the troubled kitchen's Tex-meh cuisine. Though all is not well in the house of Hacienda, Dave writes tha...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on December 3, 2009 @ 2:09 pm
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    Fish City Grill vs Kenny's Wood Fired Grill: Nachos Knockdown

    ? You all know the story of nachos, how they were a novelty item until the folks at Arlington Stadium decided to pour orangish goop over chips. Then Howard Cosell raved about them on Monday Night Football and the rest was history. At least that's ho...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 3, 2009 @ 1:26 pm
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    Veggie Guy: Mexican Comfort Food

    ? The On The Range piece about Machacado con Huevo last week brought back some old memories from my childhood. I was born and raised in South Texas by immigrant Mexican parents. My mother was from Guanajuato, and my father migrated from Sa...

    @ City of Ate by Eddie Garza on December 3, 2009 @ 12:10 pm
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    Appetite For Instruction: Marinara Cream Sauce

    ? Recipe Demonstrated by Anthony Russo of Russo's New York Coal Fired Italian Kitchen We all have big dreams. Some people want to win a Nobel Prize, others want to swim with sharks at the Great Barrier Reef and most just want to retire a...

    @ City of Ate by Sarah Johnson on December 3, 2009 @ 11:33 am
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    Thursday's Unverified Fact About New York

    ? The 'Boys travel to the garbage strike capital on Sunday. Another "fact" about Exit 16... When trapped by an avalanche during a hunting trip with his offensive line, quarterback Eli Manning drew the short straw. Fortunately, rescuers foun...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 3, 2009 @ 10:27 am
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    Pairing Off: Beef Jerky

    ? It's hard to square the popularity of beef jerky with our love of low-sodium foods and really thick steaks. But there it is, an ancient staple available in every gas station, convenience store and grocery in the U.S. Who can resist the stuff, real...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 2, 2009 @ 2:38 pm
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    Days Gone Bite: Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips

    ? Ah, the very nearly late Arthur Treacher's. The chain was named for a well-known English actor, counted the original fish and chips house as its own and had the support of Dave Thomas (of Wendy's fame, not the one from Second City). And t...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 2, 2009 @ 2:24 pm
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    Westfork: Dallas Comes To Cowtown

    ? Westfork is our series exploring the dining culture of Fort Worth and its surroundings. When I abandoned Dallas two years ago for the greener pastures of west Fort Worth, I swore I would not become one of "those" people: The ones who bel...

    @ City of Ate by Jennifer Moody on December 2, 2009 @ 11:18 am
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