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
It has been a year since we revised our best hot dog list, and the list changed dramatically. Today we have bigger and better options when it comes to the reliable tube steak, and what better way to enter into the July Fourth weekend than with a tasty dog. Check out our list of favorites and enjoy all these dogs during National Hot Dog Month:
Luscher’s Post Oak Red Hots: You might know Brian Luscher; chef, charcuterie maven, owner of The Grape. Just last year he moved into a new arena when he devised the Post Oak Red Hot. This snappy and delicious rendition is part of a full line up of dog related bites that includes an oak smoked hot dog made with locally raised meats. You can also find hand-made accoutrements to devise your own Chi Dog including sport peppers, spicy brown mustard and sweet and hot cucumbers. You can find the dog sold by the chef at the White Rock Local Market at Green Spot on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 8am to 1pm, and the White Rock Local Market at Lakeside on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 8am to 1pm. For take home goodness try checking out Bolsa Mercado and the Green Grocer. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Do hot dogs make you lose control? All year long we have been hearing about the hot dog moving in on the Dallas mainstays such as the almighty burger and cheap-to-eat taco. We have already witnessed new doggeries (I am selling this term to Webster, so feel free to use at will) such as Bowery and Jerry’s Wood-Fired Hot Dogs that is based in California.
My friend, Chef Johnny Carino called and left me a message this morning that he had heard that Jerry’s was now in Dallas and was planning a trip to the new store soon. Carino is somewhat a health fanatic, so those dogs must be pretty damned good to motivate him to actually eat one. Continue reading