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Dallas on the Cheap

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Been entertaining more than usual and caught behind the budget? Looking for something on the sly and need a hot deal? We have some solutions for you, and found great meals under ten dollars. Man cannot live on big steaks and twenty dollar cocktails every day. Continue reading

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DIFFA’s Burgers and Burgundy Chef Line Up

Chef Tesar’s influential culinary career spans over four decades with a gastronomic footprint in the Southwest and both coasts. This year, the man who created Burgers & Burgundy for DIFFA Dallas was awarded a MICHELIN star for his exemplary work at Knife & Spoon in Orlando.

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Best Burgers in Dallas 2022

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We have compiled what we think are the better burs in Dallas. There is a list for chef burgers and FW burgers listed at the bottom of the article today. So many burgers were consumed that we decided to break the list apart in a few categories to keep it all fair.

This said, let us begin in no particular order, except for the first burger which we consider our favorite in the Dallas area.

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Lion’s Mane Mushrooms: Benefits and Uses

The lion’s mane mushroom (Hieracium erinaceous) is an edible fungus used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. This mushroom is packed with nutrients and has many potential health benefits, and if you want to learn more, here is a review of the benefits of Lion’s Mane by naturesrise.com. This blog post will take a closer look at the nutritional composition of the lion’s mane mushroom and discuss its possible uses. We will also provide tips on how to incorporate this delicious fungus into your diet. So, if you are interested in learning more about the benefits of the lion’s mane mushroom, keep reading.

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The Best Fish and Chips in Dallas

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Fish and chip shops were originally small family businesses, often run from the ‘front room’ of the house and were commonplace by the late 19th century Britain.

Through the latter part of the 19th century and well into the 20th century, the fish and chip trade expanded greatly to satisfy the needs of the growing industrial population of Great Britain. In fact you might say that the Industrial Revolution was fuelled partly by fish and chips. Continue reading

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Piehole Returns for 2022!

The most pie-ous fundraiser of the year is happening October 17-27 when the third annual Piehole Project’s pie auction takes place online. This year’s auction features 40 unique pies from North Texas’ top chefs and bakers who will create and donate pies to raise funds for culinary scholarships. Piehole Project founders Alison Matis and Cheryl Weis expect the event, which has expanded to include 17 Austin chefs, to raise $40,000 for students.

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