It has been a year since we revised our best hot dog list, and the list changed dramatically. Today we have bigger and better options when it comes to the reliable tube steak. Check out our list of favorites and enjoy all these dogs during National Hot Dog Month:
Luscher’s Red Hots: You might know Brian Luscher; chef, charcuterie maven, owner of The Grape. A few years back he moved into a new arena when he devised the Post Oak Red Hot. This snappy and delicious rendition is part of a full line up of dog related bites that includes an oak smoked hot dog made with locally raised meats. Just months ago the chef opened Luscher’s Red Hots in Deep Ellum where you not only can find this delicious example of a hot dog, but also one of the best burgers in Dallas, along with a few other treats that include sausages. Luscher also has a line of hand-made accouterments to devise your own Chi Dog at home including sport peppers, spicy brown mustard and sweet and hot cucumbers. Continue reading →
It has been a while since we visited this column, but so many have asked for it back that we feel it is time for a reprise. Please enjoy a few dishes we have sampled this week, and feel free to turn us on to your favorite dish by dropping me a line at email@example.com. Would love to hear from our readers and their favorite spots in Dallas and around the country. Continue reading →
Eating your heart out will be easy when Arlington rolls out a plethora of food trucks at the first 2013 Texas Food Truckin’ Fest on April 26th and 27th at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Texas gourmet food trucks, live bands and performers, kids’ activities (including bounce houses, balloon artists and face painters) and a Rangers away game will greet attendees during the event. The two-day fest will give foodies much to be happy about as fan favorites like Tutta’s Pizza, First Bite, Taste of Home, Simply Dosa, Bombay Chopstix, Oink N’ Moo and many more line the ballpark streets with delectable dishes. Continue reading →
One of my very favorite holidays is close at hand. No, not Easter. Opening Day of baseball is one of the last vestiges of Americana and well worth taking a day off with the family to take in tradition. In preparation for the big day the good folks at the Ballpark at Arlington, home to the Texas Rangers, spent the off season sprucing up to make your experience even greater. This is code-speak for ‘more food’. Continue reading →