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    Review and Gallery: Tea Thyme & Tisane

    Chili Rellenos with shrimp, rice and black beans ? Dave visits Carrollton's Tea Thyme & Tisane this week for the Obsever's Dish review, which combines a shop celebrating tea culture and an all-out restaurant with a down-home menu. For a close-u...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on October 1, 2009 @ 6:02 pm
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    Hophead: New Belgium's Hoptober, Paulaner's Oktoberfest And Sam Adams' Octoberfest--A Three-Way Rocktober Smackdown!

    ? As it is now officially Rocktober, Oktoberfest beers are replacing summer brews on store aisles, bar coolers and tap walls. Apparently, though, not all brewers have the traditional Oktoberfest German Marzen-style amber lager in mind for ...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on October 1, 2009 @ 5:35 pm
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    Short Orders: Norma's Cafe, North Dallas

    ? Norma's Cafe 17721 N. Dallas Tollway (at Trinity Mills) The most recent addition to the Norma's line up just opened on Trinity Mills in North Dallas. It has a leaky roof and sterile surroundings. Inside, however, it's a fun combination of...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on October 1, 2009 @ 3:51 pm
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    III Forks vs Bob's vs Outback: Three Way Steak Shootout

    ? When you consider that most of the city's obscenely massive steak palaces buy from the same purveyor, a comparison seems rather pointless. Unless... You see, III Forks serves prime New York strip. This will run you almost $46. Bob's cuts corners, ...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on October 1, 2009 @ 2:35 pm
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    Veggie Guy: Wai Wai Kitchen

    ? A new Wai Wai Kitchen opens next week in the space that Manow used to occupy. No solid date yet (they're waiting on city inspectors to give them the go-ahead), but here's something to look forward to: plenty of vegan eats, campy drink nam...

    @ City of Ate by Eddie Garza on October 1, 2009 @ 12:25 pm
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    Appetite For Instruction: Poulet Saute Chasseur (Chicken With Mushrooms)

    Recipe demonstrated by Chef Bryant Currie and his Le Cordon Bleu students Lisa Petty ? The worst thing about a classroom is sitting at some uncomfortable desk and listening to your instructor do his best impersonation of Ben Stein talki...

    @ City of Ate by Sarah Johnson on October 1, 2009 @ 11:59 am
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    Revolving Doors: Sluggish September

    ? Dallas had been on a hot streak. The scoreboard of restaurant openings vs closings had leaned heavily to the positive all spring and summer. March, for example, recorded a 10-5 result, openings vs closings. In April it was 8-3 in favor--a...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 30, 2009 @ 5:30 pm
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    Pairing Off: Most Graphic Moments Of The Third Quarter

    ? The time has come, once again, to reflect on three months of drinking...and art. Over the summer we paired wine with the good (bacon, deviled eggs), the bad (Boca vegetable burgers), but nothing really ugly. We even tried some classic Ame...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 30, 2009 @ 1:10 pm
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    Days Gone Bite: Hey Day Bars

    ? This is sad: one of the greatest packaged cookie bars ever made died without leaving a visible trace. So I can't find an image of Nabisco's Hey Day bar, but just imagine: vanilla wafers covered with caramel until the gooey flavor of it se...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 30, 2009 @ 12:29 pm
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    On The Range: Ropa Vieja

    ? On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items. "Arnold Layne had a strange hobby/Collecting clothes/Moonshine, washing line/They suit him fine" OK, so what in the name of Pink Floyd does a song abou...

    @ City of Ate by Chris Meesey on September 30, 2009 @ 11:48 am
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    Best of Dallas 2009: Back To Basics In the Kitchen

    In keeping with this year's "We Can Do It!" theme, focused on people doing great things in Dallas in the middle of a rough year for the country, Dave's story in the Best of Dallas issue (out on the street now!) focuses on a handful of chefs who keep ...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on September 29, 2009 @ 4:45 pm
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    Dude Food: The Grill At Reno's

    ? Each week the Dude Food guys assess the 'masculinity' of Dallas area dives. The more fried meat and junk on the walls, the better the rating... The Grill At Reno's 212 N. Crowdus St. 214-295-5869 Dude Factor: 10, or Dr. Emmett Brown, on a scale o...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on September 29, 2009 @ 4:03 pm
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    If Memory Serves: Lithuanian Farmers Cheese

    A Lithuanian farm ? If Memory Serves chronicles moments from my dining past. Eating in the Baltics is a series of gut-wrenching, 'please let dinner end' experiences punctuated by a few surprising moments when you think nothing could be better. F...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 29, 2009 @ 2:11 pm
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    Veggie Guy: Texas State Fair

    ? For vegans, the State Fair of Texas can be a hellish experience. All those not-even-close-to-vegan fried concoctions, waddling crowds and poor, enslaved farm animals make us want to punch people in the tundra they carry 'round their waist...

    @ City of Ate by Eddie Garza on September 29, 2009 @ 12:16 pm
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    First (Advance) Look: Vigne Wine Shop And Delicatessen, Denton

    ? John and Carol Ryan have always wanted to open up their own wine place. Their dreams have come true in Denton. Well, almost. The place isn't quite open. And another possible setback comes to mind right away. Although its outward appear...

    @ City of Ate by Carli Baylor on September 29, 2009 @ 11:55 am
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    A Note On Corn Dog Semantics

    ? Some have noticed that we use "corn dog" instead of "corny dog." There are a few good (and at least one rather pointless) reasons for this. As far as we understand things, corny dog is part of the Fletcher's brand and corn dog refers to the object...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 29, 2009 @ 11:29 am
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    Top 10 Foods Better Than Corn Dogs At The State Fair of Texas

    Fried food, sure, but why stop there? ? OK, so you gotta have a corn dog. And you'd kick yourself if you didn't try one of this year's fried novelties. But the big event offers more than a line up of stick foods and wild creations. In amongst mon...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 28, 2009 @ 4:52 pm
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    Short Orders: Mardi Gras

    ? Mardi Gras 2720 N. Stemmons Fwy 214-634-9669 Three things that are difficult to figure, at first glance. Is it called Gators Mardi Gras or just plain old Mardi Gras? Their Website suggests the former, but everything else points to the tru...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 28, 2009 @ 2:21 pm
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    Some Things Just Taste Better At The Fair

    ? There's really nothing all that special about corn dogs. They are just pale, cheap sausages propped on sticks and wrapped in cornmeal. Yet Texans by the thousands--or more like tens of thousands--will shell out the equivalent of $4 for a s...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 28, 2009 @ 1:07 pm
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    How 'Bout Them Knockers: 3rd Quarter Review

    ? This time around we hit the likes of Wang's, New Big Wong and Piggie Pies. Under the circumstances, I think we showed remarkable restraint. It could have been the quarter we reverted to sophomoric dick jokes. As it turned out, a couple o...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on September 28, 2009 @ 12:21 pm
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