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Tacodeli’s May “Special of the Moment” features valued partner, Vital Farms

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Tacodeli, the “farm to taco” concept have launched their May Specials of the Moment in all locations.

For breakfast, the Jamon Suavecito ($3.50) is made with Tender Belly Smoked Ham, Gruyere and Jack Cheese Glaze, Green Onion and Scrambled Pasture-Raised Eggs from one of our valued partners, Vital Farms. Vital Farms’ core mission is to bring ethically produced food to the table by coordinating a collection of family farms to operate a well-defined set of organic agricultural practices that includes the humane treatment of farm animals as a central tenet.  Continue reading

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Lowest Greenville Cools Down Big D

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Summer is just around the corner, but you don’t need a calendar to know that it’s getting hot outside. For many, the rising temperatures means hiding inside with the A/C blasting. But not everyone is so fortunate. So, to assist the community, Lowest Greenville is hosting a fan and window unit drive benefiting Adult Protective Services.

By donating a box fan, window unit or cash money, you can help senior citizens in Dallas who are currently living without air conditioning cool off during the hot summer months. Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading

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Taste Addison May 31 – June 2 (Contest)

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Taste Addison is days away for thrills, gratuitous dining and pleasure for your family and friends. This yea proves to be bigger and we have the low down for you. As with previous years we have a contest to win tickets and a gift certificate to Ida Claire, the crazy good farm-to-table resto in Addison that is walking distance to Addison Circle.

To enter the contest just “like” crave_dfw and @visitaddison along with tagging a friend. Make a comment below to get in on the fun, and be sure to load up on tickets here. Continue reading

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A Fantastic Burger Find: Stock and Barrel

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In our ever vigilant desire to find the best burgers in the Dallas area we have separated them into two classes, a chef driven burger and the classic burger joint where that seems to be their primary vocation.  This hunt for the very best has led us across the city to some pretty amazing examples of what a burger should be. A great burger means an interesting bun, toasted or not, quality meat, and a smattering of high grade accouterments. This curious chase chase brought us to Stock and Barrel.  Continue reading

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Vietnamese Street Foods and Where to Find Them in Dallas

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Vietnamese street food is  a delicious way to not only explore the country’s cuisine, but also to take a look in the culture and explore its people up close and very personal. The open air markets feature great dishes offered mainly by woman with recipes handed forth from generations, mother to daughte,r taking years to perfect and enjoy.

Vietnam is a long and narrow country. In the North it borders China and Laos and further down south, Cambodia. The geography and differences in climate throughout the country influence the types of dishes available regionally and most of the time, the differences are rather noticeable, even to an untrained tongue. Continue reading

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Game of Thrones Cupcakes Available at Sprinkles

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by Alex Gonzalez

Close out winter in true Westeros fashion. In the weekend leading up to the “Game of Thrones” series finale, Sprinkles has announced that they will be offering limited edition Game of Thrones cupcakes.

The special Game of Thrones cupcakes will only be available this weekend exclusively at any Sprinkles store or ATM. Cupcakes can also be ordered online. Continue reading

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Killer Molasses Flood of 1919

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by Steven Doyle

Boston has been the scene for many historic events including a particular Tea Party and Paul Revere’s famous ride. It is also the subject of the pop group The Standell’s tune Dirty Water which is a send up to the Charles River. But nothing is more heinous and at once more forgotten than the Great Molasses Flood of 1919. Continue reading

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