Eric Spigner Now at Hawthorn as Exec Chef

Hawthorn is proud to announce that Chef Eric Spigner is now the Executive Chef of Hawthorn, Route 62’s concept that occupies the lobby floor of ATT’s headquarters building in the Discovery District.

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What’s New at LORO: Addison $5 Rice Bowl Special + LORO x Eataly Collab Dinner

We’re fans of LORO, the Asian smokehouse and bar conceptualized by Chef Tyson Cole and award-winning Chef Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue. As you may know, LORO just opened its second Dallas location in Addison in December 2022. To celebrate the grand opening, they will be offering $5 rice bowls every Monday throughout the month of January. The bowls are made with coconut rice, seasonal pickles, Thai herbs and a choice of meat including the Malaysian Curry Chicken, Smoked Prime Bavette or Char Siew Pork-Belly.

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Creative Ways to Write an Essay

Every student is supposed to be creative when he or she writes his/her academic projects. Not all learners have advanced creative skills and thinking. It creates various complications when they are asked to be original. Many of them lose vital grades because they aren’t creative enough.

Thus, some of them wonder – Who can Write My Paper Cheap? They know about multiple custom writing sites that help students with writing a creative essay, as well as any other form of academic paper. It is a great way out, but it should not be your main solution. You are supposed to develop all your skills yourself. It can be done in various ways and we would like to assist you. Our helpful article focuses on creative ways to write an essay of any type. Therefore, you’d better read on to find out effective tips and tricks.

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Let’s Talk Profiteroles

We have noticed a proliferation of profiteroles on menus as of late, and for good reason since they are super easy to make and can be complex in decoration from spun sugar to delicious custards or creams.

A profiterole is a type of pastry, often better known as the cream puff. It shouldn’t be confused with pastries made with filo dough, which can be called puff pastry. Instead, the average profiterole is made with a type of dough called choux pastry, which is a combination of flour, butter, eggs, and water. Usually, this mixture is spooned onto or piped onto baking pans in a round shape, and then baked until browned. The interior of the choux pastry has a soft scrambled egg-type center that is removed before the pastry is filled.

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Going vegan and not losing hope in the process

For many people, the idea of quitting animal-based food seems completely intimidating, especially after a long-set life with the same eating habits. Regardless of the reasoning behind it, going vegan is a big step to take, one which can only be made after
careful consideration and enough research to understand what is healthy for you and guarantee a sustainable lifestyle.

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Hopdoddy Burger Bar Celebrates Second Cowtown Location with Free Burgers and Giveaways

Cowtown residents will soon have twice the Hopdoddy love as Hopdoddy Burger Bar opens its newest Fort Worth location on Jan. 17.

Located at 3101 Heritage Trace Parkway in Alliance Town Center, Hopdoddy will kick off its grand opening celebration by giving away a free burger to the first 100 people in line at 11 a.m. To add to the excitement, on opening day, guests can be entered to win free burgers for a year by sharing a post or story on Instagram, tagging @hopdoddy and using #hopdoddylove.

“The city of Fort Worth has been asking for more of our unique burgers and shareable fries,” said Hopdoddy CEO Jeff Chandler. “We’re excited to open a second Hopdoddy location to serve North Fort Worth and can’t wait to see everyone at our grand opening on January 17!”

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