American Cheese Month is a celebration of North America’s delicious and diverse cheeses, and the farmers, artisans, and cheesemakers who bring them to us. The October class at Molto Formaggio will be a celebration of American Cheese Month and will feature cheeses served as appetizers, used in food dishes, and presented as a delicious dessert alternative. Continue reading
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The Cheese Peddler located in Shed 2 at the Dallas Farmers Market which is owned and operated by Bob Zayus. 90% of the cheeses carried by Zayus are locally sourced from such purveyors as Veldhuizen Family Farm in Dublin, Texas or the Mozzarella Company located in Dallas in Deep Ellum. Continue reading
Primebar has been calling my name ever since I checked out their brunch last month. The modern Ale House offers 40 taps including plenty of local brews. The sales monkey at Deep Ellum Brewsky’s needs to call on these guys for sure.
The menu is diverse and includes small plates such as deviled eggs and BBQ chicken flatbread to entrees that include items such as horseradish-crusted salmon, beer-battered fish and chips, pork tacos and the fried egg burger. Eggs on anything is super hot right now and for a good reason. Continue reading
The Dallas outpost for the interesting and much lauded restaurant Dough has been quietly generating plenty of buzz around the Preston Hollow area of Dallas since opening August 16, 2011. Since then the restaurateurs have been knee deep in dough and mozzarella.
The pizza Brad Liles and Keith Hall are putting out is nothing short of spectacular. It is exactly like the award winning pizza from San Antonio. We reviewed that pizza just before the duo opened their shop in Dallas. But what truly stands out is their burrata. We are so smitten with Dough’s burrata bar that we stopped by for lunch yesterday and chatted with the Dallas owners to discuss cheese and much more. Continue reading
What do you do with a chef who graduated from the California Culinary Academy, worked at Spago, Abacus, Five Sixty and numerous other spots of similar caliber? Some might say have the chef move to McKinney and open a café that sells great burgers and beer. That is the case with chef Craig Brundege who operates Square Burger in McKinney.
Square Burger is coming up on its two year anniversary and is moving along strong with their power-house line up of great burgers and daily specials that will often include fresh fish and pastas. But what drives us 30 miles up I75 to downtown McKinney are those haunting burgers. Continue reading