Lazy Sunday is a drive-thru, fancy-snacks-in-a-box pick-up event benefiting beloved local badass, Justin Holt.
Each Lazy Sunday Dream Box is a mystery box featuring crazy-amazing bites from your favorite restaurants in Dallas. Each box contains snacks-for-two from 16 or more local chefs. With over 30 total restaurants contributing to these boxes, you might get Lockhart Smokehouse Burnt ends and Homewood bread & butter pickles.
If involved in any scene whatsoever, food, fashion or anything involving fun, you know of the man named Jackson. A single named entity right here in Dallas. He owns the exciting company Fluent, which is an ultra Dallas concierge service, or a lifestyle management company, that brings clients closer to the things they need most. Like most of Dallas, I consider Jackson a friend. If nothing else, the man inspires us all to be the best we can be at all things.
Jackson is a true Dallas icon, and today he needs us. Jackson recently suffered a stroke leaving him paralyzed on half his body. The tone and lean Jackson will no doubt recover, but like many of us who operate our own businesses Jackson does not have health insurance and his bills are mounting by leaps and bounds daily. Continue reading →
We announced the details of Stampede 66 earlier this morning and since had plenty of emails asking for more details on the benefit preview dinner. This will be a splendid event and you should reserve your seats as soon as possible. Here are the details:
Monday, October 22, 30th Anniversary North Texas Food Bank Dinner Featuring Honorary Chairs Ambassador Kathryn Hall and Liz Minyard, 6:30 p.m. Wine and Appetizer Reception, 7:15 Seated Dinner and Dessert with wine pairings by HALL and WALT Wines, Price $300 per person. Seating is limited. For reservations go to this website.
I spoke with Central 214’s executive chef Graham Dodds some months ago about Eden Creek Farms. They experienced a particularly rough 2011 due to the drought, and 2012 hasn’t been any easier. At that time Dodds mentioned that Steve and Kristine Orth might actually give up on their farming efforts, and it would be sad to lose this organic, bio-dynamic, bio-intensive and sustainable source of produce. Continue reading →
Some of Dallas’ great culinary talents will host a tasting to assist a gentleman long standing in the Dallas restaurant industry who recently lost his sister to cancer, leaving four children in his care. A portion of the proceeds from Sunday Chef Mix will be donated to help the family. In addition to food tastings, raffle tickets will be on sale to win gift certificates, wine and more.
The event will feature offerings from Chef Joel Harloff, Second Floor Restaurant; Chef Katherine Clapner, Dude Sweet Chocolate; Chef Mark McDaniel, ReMARKable Affairs; Chef Jeff Moschetti, Jasper’s Plano; Chef Scott Tobey, SP CATERS; Chef Jon Thompson, Samar by Stephan Pyles; and Chef Kéo Velasquez, Urbano Café. Continue reading →