The local brewery that brought the breakfast beer to life, one brewed with honey and milk sugar, Martin House Brewing Company in Fort Worth started their tours up this past week. We love a good brewery tour. Martin’s tour costs $10 and includes a commemorative pint glass, three beer tickets and a whole lot of loving. Continue reading
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Kitchen LTO, opening July 2013 at Trinity Groves in West Dallas, invites you to MEET. TASTE. REVIEW. VOTE on Thursday, May 30th, when it will debut its chef and designer finalists for its first permanent pop-up restaurant rotation.
The event, to be held at 3015 Trinity Groves, will allow partygoers the opportunity to meet the finalists, taste-test the chefs, explore proposed interior designs and be the first to vote for their favorites. Voting will commence at the event and continue through June 10th via Kitchen LTO’s website, http://www.kitchenlto.com. Voting will be limited to one time per 24 hours, with winners announced Tuesday, June 11th. Continue reading
Last weekend we were invited to stop in and enjoy the festivities at 3015 in Trinity Groves where chef Uno Immanivong and her cocktailing biz partner Adrian Verdin hosted an evening that previewed and highlighted the menu from Chino Chinatown, their Asian-Latin fusion restaurant that should be rolling out in August 2013.
Guests were delighted by the marvelous service, and colorful and flavor-packed dishes prepared by Uno and her pop-up staff. The beautiful “pho”zole was single handedly an enormous hit, and how could she miss with her bone marrow broth, braised oxtail and hominy for a true fusion win. The flavors meld together so wonderfully. Continue reading
The penultimate (look it up) cooking class at 3015 Trinity Groves focused on braising and poaching, but Chef Mike threw in some pasta marinara, wine poached pears and classic crème anglaise to keep us dependent on him. The menu was all over the map, but the variety was nice and once again, we answered some existential questions like how to cook a meat-clump like a London broil. Answer: braise that beast!
Bottles and bottles of cheap red wine were emptied, and not from paper sacks into my belly. Basically, the beef ribs were browned in the skillet to develop the flavors, then they were showered with wine and unceremoniously shoved into the oven. Presto, a rich n’ beefy main course without any drama. Chef Sharon Van Meter joined us and explained that with braising you take a tough cut of beef and slowly disintegrate the interior fat to produce a tender bite. With this in mind, you can have a rich main course without having to bankrupt yourself buying a bone-in ribeye. Continue reading
There will be a cooking class at 3015 in Trinity Groves in Dallas featuring and interesting fellow from New Mexico. Chris Maher has an interesting past as an actor, appearing in 16 films, but today he is an award winning chef who has traveled the globe, cooking for such dignitaries at the Dalai Lama HH Tenzin Gyatso and presidents. He runs a unique cooking school in Taos which is spirited and entertaining. Continue reading
As Uno Immanivong prepares to open her new restaurant Chino in the Trinity Groves area of Dallas, she is busy bouncing from a variety of events across the United States. The former contestant on the ABC cheffy program The Taste is in hot demand. On May 3 Uno will be in Dallas to serve up the second pop-up dinner in Dallas giving us a glimpse of what her cooking style is all about. This is also an opportunity for the curious to experience a foreshadowing of Chino. Continue reading