The Promise of Peace Garden is raising money to fund a new program where youth on probation in Dallas County will receive 12 weeks of unique training in life skills, career pathways and garden to table culinary experiences. Dinner will consist of four courses prepared by local chefs Sharon Van Meter of 3015, Graham Dodds of Hibiscus, Justin Box, and Ryan Barnett of Green Grocers. The dinner will be accompanied by wine from Oak Cliff Cellars, and guests will walk away with a newly created P.O.P. Garden Rosemary Delight by Dr Sue’s Chocolate. Continue reading
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Join us to celebrate this year’s Best of Big D winners at The Rustic. You’ll be the first to experience the best of the August issue, before it even hits newsstands. Enjoy a summer night out and kick back with a beverage and sample menu items from Dallas’ favorite restaurants. Tunes by DJ Sober and Sam Lao, and closing out the night will be Jackopierce, performing live at 9:30pm.
Get your tickets before they sell out (ticket price includes food and drink). Want free tickets? We have two pair for a lucky craveDFW reader. Comment below and we will select a name at random Wednesday morning at 10am. Winner selected at random.
Tacos still lead the way as the quintessential Dallas food, standing proudly next to smoked brisket and the ever popular burger. We have waved through the many varieties in the area, including those filled with smoky and crispy bugs and larvae, but the best tacos seem to come off the trompo. The tacos al pastor de trompo is the conical-shaped meat stack that is most likely constructed in the back room of the restaurant by layering thin slices of marinated pork.
The meat used to contruct the trompo is often leg meat or pork butt, marinated in achiote, chili peppers, garlic, onion and pineapple juice for several days. The trompo is made with layers of the seasoned pork on a large vertical skewer which looks much like a child’s spinning top (thus the name trompo) and placed on a vertical skewer as p char the outer layers of the meat very much like a Greek gyro. The trompo more than likely has Lebanese roots, as there is a large population of Lebanese-Hispanics in Mexico. The trompo is thought to have actual ties to another food, the shawarma. Continue reading
Fantastic news this week from a player in the Dallas chocolate scene, and if you haven’t tasted the turtles from the Dallas Caramel Company you are certainly missing out. The big news is that Rain McDermott, owner and chef at the local caramel company, won the bronze medal in the International Chocolate Salon in San Francisco for her Chai Caramel. Continue reading
The AT&T Performing Arts Center announced today that tickets for two exciting and thought-provoking events will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, July 25.
An Evening with Ken Burns and The Roosevelts: An Intimate History is presented in association with KERA, at 7 p.m. Thursday, September 4 in the Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Arts District. This event will feature a first look at the new documentary from the acclaimed Academy Award-winning historical documentary writer, director/producer.
Rick Steves’ The Holy Land: Israelis and Palestinians Today is presented in association with KERA and The World Affairs Council at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 1 in the Winspear Opera House in the Dallas Arts District. Continue reading
Each week we ask the question, “What’s Eating Your Phone”? This is where we all can join in on the foodie fun and send in your latest dining photo that has you all jazzed. These are not necessarily limited to dining out, it can be from that last dinner party. And don’t think we discriminate against libations. Send in your favorite cocktail photo, too.
To be included in a future edition of What’s Eating Your Phone, send those photos to me at email@example.com. A brief description and location would be super helpful. Here are this week’s selections “the vacation edition”: Continue reading