I always like to see the local people do well, and I have followed the journey of the owner and head baking gal over at HANK Dessert Bars, made right here in Dallas, for some time. Stacie Shaw makes the all natural dessert bars that are gluten free and a mere 170 calories that are huge in flavor that truly satisfies your snacking needs. The bars have been available locally at places such as Jimmy’s Food Store and the Green Grocer, but also available for home delivery through Artizone. Today Shaw sends word that the bars have been picked up by Central Market, and they will begin carrying the products in all five Dallas and Fort Worth stores on January 18th. Continue reading
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You know it is Hatch Chile Season when you smell fresh roasted peppers everywhere, and it drives you to the nearest grocery to nab a few pounds. Some to cook with now, more to freeze for those barren chile months in the dead of winter. These special peppers grown in New Mexico are Anaheim’s all grown up. They benefit from the soil and sun only spied upon in the New Mexican heat, and this season they have a bounty.
One event you may not want to miss in Southlake uses the chile as its main ingredient. Central Market has called upon several local chefs to compete Iron Chef-style in a battle to out-spice the competition. Continue reading
Fort Worth’s Central Market Cooking School will host a special demonstration and dinner prepared by, the chef/owners of L.U.C.K. (Local Urban Craft Kitchen), a craft beer inspired kitchen & bar, that is soon to open in Dallas’ Trinity Groves. The chefs from L.U.C.K. will share with you a selection of items to be included on the their craft beer inspired menu while the brew masters from Fort Worth brewery Martin House will be on hand to expertly pair their beers with the evening’s menu.
Justin Anderson was but a lad of 16 when he decided to take over his mother’s kitchen and create a soft granola snack. Justin was wearing braces on his teeth at the time and the young scout had a flair for making things happen even at an early age. After borrowing $500 from his grandmother his brand of trail mix was born.
Flash forward to more modern times and Justin is still rather young (a mere 26), but recently started selling a new soft oats mix called WOATS in Central Market who has an exclusive on the product for now. Soon the WOATS will enjoy a wide distribution. Continue reading
Martin House Brewing Company is a new brewery in Fort Worth and today they send word that they will be joining forces of the guys from LUCK (Local Urban Craft Kitchen), a craft beer inspired kitchen and bar that is soon to open in Trinity Groves, for a marvelous cooking demonstration at Central Market in Fort Worth. Continue reading
Marcelo Kreindel, owner of Trentino Gelato, thinks about chocolate in a different way than most. Trentino is the Houston based gelato concern that is shaking the foundations of our beliefs in not only gelato but chocolate as well. Kreindal has collaborated with a bean-to-bar chocolate company called Tejas Chocolate which is located in Spring, Texas to bring the more exotic chocolate using single sourced beans from Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Madagascar and Mexico. Continue reading