Crawfish boils rock. What’s more fun than bugs, beer and buddies?
We have some useful tips on how to throw your first crawfish boil… without everyone knowing you’re a rookie. Follow along. Continue reading
Let me ask you a seemingly simple question: Why do we follow the rules? They tell us it’s a trade off. We give up the freedom to drive wherever we want at any speed. We gain the security of knowing that a car won’t plow into us at an intersection.
But what happens when following the rules offers no such safety? What happens when we do as we’re told, but we don’t get the safety we’re promised?
That, my friends, is the time for revolution. Continue reading
by Jon Alexis
It is time for grilling weather, and we are still deep up in our search for seafood in the Dallas area. To help us out today, we are featuring TJ’s Seafood Market and their guide for quick and easy seafood on the grill at home.
Of course we invite you to check out the latest at either of the TJ’s Dallas locations, including Preston-Forest and on Oak Lawn where they offer a dine-in option.
Here is Jon’s guide: Continue reading
by Jon Alexis
Sick of salmon? Tired of tuna? Had it with halibut? Bored by bass? Don’t let our lack of a coastline fool you – we can get the finest seafood in the world in Dallas, Texas and with that means a variety of fin fish beyond the “usual”.
Here are five fish you may not be familiar with, but that are consistently available in Dallas. All are sustainable alternatives to some of the more overfished species we still see on nearly every menu in town. Continue reading
Texans – we can slow smoke a brisket to perfection. Why are we still scared of cooking seafood at home? Take it from someone who isn’t a chef: Fish is easy. But shellfish? Even easier.
There is no doubt we truly appreciate what Jon Alexis has done for the seafood climate in Dallas. The young owner of TJ’s Seafood Market located on Preston at Forest Lane continually does his personal best to bring in the freshest seafood and educate the public any way he can on the good nature of fish. Alexis often sends us reports to place on craveDFW. Continue reading
If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air, know what it means to miss New Orleans or yearn for an old-fashioned Passover Seder like your bubbie used to make, nobody in Dallas does a New England boiled dinner, complete Seder repast or Bayou crawfish boil better than TJ’s Seafood Market on Preston Rd. Continue reading