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Meet Chocolatier Kate Weiser Today and Tomorrow

kateby Steven Doyle

For all the fans of Kate Weiser an her beautifully special brand of chocolates, you can actually meet Kate today and tomorrow (that’s Feb 13-14) at Eatzi’s on Oak Lawn in Dallas from 10am to 10pm both days. Kate creates a wide assortment of flavors in her signature hand-painted shells, and at this special pop-up you may mix and match your sweethearts very favorite flavors.   Continue reading

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Chino Starts Dim Sum Service This Sunday

dim3by Steven Doyle

Some weeks I feel like the Dim Sum Zen Master. I get on a tear and nothing stops me from one of my local favorite dim sum spots. This weekend I have a new option, and I am excited to sample some of he new dishes that will be strolled around the dining room at Chino Chinatown in Trinity Groves starting this Sunday, February 9th. I spoke to Chino Chef Uno today and she promised to have some very interesting items plated in her steamer carts.     Continue reading

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Chino In Trinity Groves For Lunch And Dim Sum Starting Feb 3

chino3by Steven Doyle

Delicious things are coming out of Trinity Groves. Have you tried the Duck Fat Fried Rice at Chino Chinatown, yet? Holy cow!

As if what Chino is putting on your plate each night isn’t enough, you may now enjoy lunch service Monday through Friday starting February 3, 2014, and Dim Sum on Sunday starting February 9, 2014. Dim Sum on Sundays will offer little tastes of Uno’s special brand of what’s good.     Continue reading

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What Pie Did I Enjoy On National Pie Day? Amberjax Key Lime!

pieby Steven Doyle

To celebrate National Pie Day I published a list of some of our favorite pies in the Dallas area. However, after compiling the list it left me hankering for a slice of my very own today. After perusing my list I thought of even more recent pie sightings, and it occurred to me that I left off a very important slice. So I loaded up and headed towards Trinity Groves where Amberjax owner Larry Williams prepares pie all day to keep up with demand.

There are several sweet pies listed on the chalkboard with a few surprises on occasion, but nothing satisfies like a slice of Key Lime when dining on seafood. Perhaps this tradition started in Key West where seafood and limes are abundant, as is this delicious pie.      Continue reading

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Modano At Luck Tonight To Kick Off Rabbit Hole 561

mike-modanoby Jennifer Thomas

Dallas’ favorite hockey player has a new beer and you can try it today at LUCK in Trinity Groves just to the left of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.  Join Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket and The Hardline, current and former Dallas Stars players, including Mike Modano at 5:00, as they premier Mike Modano’s 561 Kolsch- style Beer brewed by Rabbit Hole Brewery and on tap at LUCK tonight.

You have a chance to win a hand-painted commemorative growler, featuring the Mike Modano 561 Kolsch-style Beer logo, the Rabbit Hole Brewing logo and autographed by Mike Modano.  LUCK will fill it with Mike Modano’s 561 Kolsch-style Beer.   Continue reading

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Scenes From My Cell Phone: Casa Rubia

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I am pretty much out every night checking on the wining and dining scene in DFW, but do not always have my souped up Sony cam with me. Those are the nights I snap away using my cell phone and often share those pics with the good folks on Facebook. I have over 5,000 photos on my cell, and thought I should be sharing some of those with you. Look for future editions of Scenes From My Cell Phone.

This photo was taken at Casa Rubia in Trinity Groves last week when they were running a special called Polenta con Trufe y Iberco. Basically it is a bowl of polenta with an egg, a smattering of Jamon Iberco, freshly shaved black truffles, and an Iberco jus poured table-side. I pronounced that it was the best thing to hit my mouth in ages and was totally elated. I implored my Facebook buddies to drop in the next evening for an order of their very own, but alas they ran out of the Iberco jus.  There was only so much to go around.

Last night I ran into Cody Sharp, the sous at Casa Rubia, and he informed me that I should stop by tonight where he would be serving the special once again. Seems a bone was freed and he was able to make another round of the Iberco jus.     Continue reading


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