11 days ago | Feature Stories
At the Dallas screening of A Fine Line, celebrity chef Cat Cora talked to the Observer about the importance of empowering female chefs.
17 days ago | Barbecue
Knowing when and where to get burnt ends in DFW is like a secret handshake among barbecue hounds. Not every joint serves them, but the variety of burnt ends from those that do is astonishing. You've got your classics like at 18th & Vine, ...
23 days ago | Barbecue
As winter Sunday mornings go, this one feels especially brisk as we step out of the car at Smoke Sessions Barbecue in Royse City. The sun is out, but so is a biting wind that finds any exposed skin in short order. Seeking shelter from the breeze i...
1 month ago | Things To Do
A familiar — if sexist — trope is that a woman's place is in the kitchen. While this hackneyed saying has its roots in the home, in the restaurant world, less than 7 percent of head chefs and restaurant owners are women. In the new documentary A F...
1 month ago | Festivals
Cochon555 may be one of the best food events Dallas has to offer. For those unaware, Cochon555 is a celebration of heritage raised pork, and Dallas is the first stop on a nine-city tour where local chefs prepare their best pork dishes. This year's...
3 months ago | Barbecue
Perhaps you've noticed that Dallas is growing. When it comes to living, working and dining in DFW, we no longer feel confined inside the 635 loop. Sure, we still have our food and drink favorites in Dallas proper, but our suburban friends are...