by Jennifer Thomas
Greenling, an Allen-based grocery delivery service of local and organic food, has launched a free nutrition coaching program offering personal consultations and guidance for its customers.
The first local program of its kind, the Greenling Nutrition Coach Program connects customers directly with expert, personalized guidance on grocery choices, meal planning, health goals, special allergies and more.
“Greenling’s mission has always been to make real food more accessible,” said company founder Mason Arnold. “Our nutrition coach program will take another step to reduce the barriers around cooking with local and organic ingredients, with personal consultations to help customers meet their families’ needs without spending hours planning or breaking the bank.” Continue reading
by Jennifer Thomas
Made by hand and smoked with oak, Luscher’s Post Oak Red Hots are now available at Artizone.com the online market place for local, small shops and home delivery service.
The custom line of sausages created by Chef-Owner Brian C. Luscher of The Grape includes Sweet & Hot Italian Sausage and Post Oak Red Hots, made using all-natural Texas-raised beef and pork as well as Luscher’s signature Spicy Brown Mustard. To order on Artizone go to Luscher’s Post Oak Red Hots. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Look for a new spot to open at 1700 Cedar Springs, in the same building as Stampede 66, in January. In The Sack will deliver fine spirits, wine and beer, along with chef driven meal replacements. In The Sack is owned by Devin Cox, a long time restaurateur, and the chef will be Dean Liesenfelt. Most recently Liesenfelt was the cooking school manager at Central Market, and has worked with Dean Fearing at The Mansion, Stephen Pyles at Baby Routh and with Kent Rathbun at The Melrose Hotel.
In The Sack will deliver within a two mile radius, which covers the downtown area. There is not a website or Facebook link to the restaurant available, but we were promised more information very soon.