A true bowl of Texas red is near and dear to me, and I am always willing to order a bowl if found on any menu I stumble across. I am pleased to report that there are more chili offerings this year than last, and many have upped the ante in developing a perfect bowl. With temperatures dipping into freezing ranges in the coming month, what a perfect opportunity to go out and taste a bowl for yourself. Continue reading
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Brunch is that soothing fixer of all ill deeds and nothing needs more repair than New Years Day after a righteous night of revelry. We prepared a short list of some of the better brunches you will find throughout the Dallas area, and wish you a fantastic 2017. We actually have one option good enough for Ron Swanson.
Festivus is a holiday created by the writers of the now syndicated television program, Seinfeld. The wildly popular show featured the weekly antics of Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer as they battled through life in New York City. Often times they would be disturbed from their self indulgences forced to interact with their parents. One particular episode the viewers discovered a quirky holiday made up by the father of George Costanza, Frank.
Most of what was written into the television program was based on real life, and this is true with Festivus. In real life Festivus dates back to 1966 when Dan O’Keefe, former editor of Reader’s Digest decided that Christmas was too commercial to celebrate. Years later O’Keefe’s son, Daniel, would write for the series and included it into a script that ran in December, 1987. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
While we continue to bring you up-to-the-minute reports on chicken fried steak sightings today, we wish to share the very anthem that sheds the spot light on Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day from the Vivador himself, Jimmy Baldwin, another man who serves as one of our great modern Texas heroes. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Each year we celebrate October 26th as Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day, and we do so by one of the state’s sons, Jeffrey Yarbrough.
Yarbrough has a colorful history himself. You may remember Dallas’ original four-clubs-in-one complex, including Art Bar, Blind Lemon, Club Clearview and Red in Deep Ellum, one of Yarbrough’s entertainment feathers. Continue reading