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    Handle The Proof: Eggnog

    ? Although we can't pinpoint the exact moment--or fathom the circumstances why--someone first mixed cream, eggs and alcohol together in one bowl, there's surprising agreement on the likely origins of eggnog. Cocktail scholars...sorry, daydreaming ...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 11, 2009 @ 12:47 pm
  • Artin's Grill Brings a Touch of the Sublime to Plano Dining


    Artin's Grill Brings a Touch of the Sublime to Plano Dining

    Artin's Grill is a gush of earnest, approachable sophistication wreathed in a blast of hickory smoke. At Artin's, no detail is overlooked: faux wood parquet tiles line the section dividers, only they're made of brass, which means the faux is fancier...

    by Mark Stuertz on March 18, 2010
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    Friday's Unverified Fact About San Diego

    ? The 'Boys host Northern Mexico's NFL franchise on Sunday. Next week, it's off to the Big Ugly. For now, one final "fact" about the pretty boys from border... As a boy, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was traumatized by the final scene...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 11, 2009 @ 10:24 am
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    Hophead: Christmas Cheer Through Christmas Beer

    ? Spring ales, summer hefes and autumn's Oktoberfest beers are nice when the season arrives. But for many beer lovers, including myself, nothing can compare to the rich variety of beer that winter brings. Along with seasonal stouts and por...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on December 10, 2009 @ 4:08 pm
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    Review and Gallery: Urban Crust

    ? In this week's Observer, Dave's love letter to Plano Dish review is takes a look at suburban Urban Crust, which he says is aptly named in spirit at least, if not in address. The upscale pizza is just a part of the appeal -- the vibe in the dining ...

    @ City of Ate by Patrick Michels on December 10, 2009 @ 2:52 pm
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    Jimmy John's vs Which Wich: BLT Bash

    ? We don't know just who invented the bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich. It certainly wasn't the Earl of Sandwich, reputed to be the first to put his meat...um, that went wrong somewhere... to put meat between two slices of bread (even though the Gr...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 10, 2009 @ 12:48 pm
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    Appetite For Instruction: Hot Toddies

    Recipe Demonstrated by Nicole Gragg ? Most of the people around me are coughing, everything I touch is freezing, animal lovers are dressing their dogs in holiday sweaters....this is when I knew that winter had finally arrived. There ...

    @ City of Ate by Sarah Johnson on December 10, 2009 @ 11:17 am
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    Thursday's Unverified Fact About San Diego

    ? The 'Boys host a team whose greatest former star was nicknamed "Bambi" on Sunday. Another "fact" about the club that can't decide on the right shade of blue... Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson credits his sure grip on the ball to intensiv...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 10, 2009 @ 10:24 am
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    Pairing Off: Latkes

    I say Latke, our artist says Latka ? Each week, Pairing Off attempts to find just the right bottle of wine to go with ordinary food. OK, much of what I know about Hanukkah and its traditions comes from Adam Sandler. But I'm also a big fan of the ...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 9, 2009 @ 2:37 pm
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    Days Gone Bite: Olive Green Refrigerators

    ? If you wish to research the history of in-home refrigeration, you can find out about the ice houses of past centuries, how Michael Faraday developed the process of cooling with liquid ammonia, Jacob Perkins and his work in the area of vapo...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 9, 2009 @ 1:46 pm
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    Westfork: Chicken-Fried Life

    ? When the Seven Deadly Sins were conceived, I'm quite certain there was a specific dish in mind for gluttony: chicken fried steak. Despite my Fort Worth roots, with a northern bred mother at the stove, chicken fried steak was not on the menu at ou...

    @ City of Ate by Jennifer Moody on December 9, 2009 @ 11:33 am
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    On The Range: Jalapenos

    ? On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items. Take a couple slices of meat and stuff them into my flour tortilla, along with some handy rice, beans, salsa and, finally, jalapenos. We know the last ingr...

    @ City of Ate by Chris Meesey on December 9, 2009 @ 10:50 am
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    Wednesday's Unverified Fact About San Diego

    ? The 'Boys host those pushovers from SoCal on Sunday. Another "fact" about the land of vegetarians... Before joining the Chargers, running back Darren Sproles played the role of "Sprout" in Jolly Green Giant commercials.* *Source: Some pu...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 9, 2009 @ 10:30 am
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    Dude Food: Humperdink'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... Humperdink's 6050 Greenville Ave. 214-368-1203 Dude Factor: 7, or "____ her? I hardly know her!" on a...

    @ City of Ate by Jesse Hughey on December 8, 2009 @ 6:25 pm
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    Tipsy-Turvy: Building Alcohol Tolerance In 10 Days

    ? There's always that person at the annual company holiday party. That person who can't handle their liquor. That person you tease the following morning when you pass their cubicle. I don't have to keep explaining -- you know who I'm talkin...

    @ City of Ate by Kimberly Thorpe on December 8, 2009 @ 4:01 pm
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    Top 25 Food-Related Quotes Of The Past Decade

    ? Almost a decade ago, I wrote this: "Every time this country ends up with a Bush in the White House, several things most assuredly occur: The government inflicts some regrettable incident on Japan, the nation tumbles into a recession, a pre...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 8, 2009 @ 12:13 pm
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    If Memory Serves: Catfish And Hush Puppies

    ? If Memory Serves chronicles moments from my dining past, perhaps explaining why I'm so damn twisted. I can say this without flinching: my dad made the best fried catfish and--especially--the best hush puppies ever. Every Sunday without f...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 8, 2009 @ 11:35 am
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    Pho From Home: Le's Fire Pot

    ? It's freezing. I am always cold, by nature, but it is bonafide frosty. I need something warm in my belly, and I can't believe it, but I am craving pho. My brother, with whom I work, senses my impending breakdown and says the six words he or anyo...

    @ City of Ate by Kristy Yang on December 8, 2009 @ 10:59 am
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    Tuesday's Unverified Fact About San Diego

    ? The 'Boys host Philip Rivers and whoever else in on the Chargers Sunday. Another "fact" about socialism... Several superstitious members of the Chargers must have special pre-game meals. For example, Antonio Gates eats an entire container...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 8, 2009 @ 10:33 am
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    Words On Review

    ? I began to worry a long time ago--1985, more precisely. Not only was it the year an anti-christ appeared in the form of Don Denkinger (google 'worst call in World Series history' if you don't recognize his name), but it was also the first time I h...

    @ City of Ate by Dave Faries on December 7, 2009 @ 2:02 pm
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