Think Las Vegas already has a lot of celebrity-connected restaurants? 2022 wants you to hold its beer.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith plans to open Emmitt’s this spring, and reps finally have confirmed reports that it’ll be at the Fashion Show mall. The 30,000-square-foot establishment in the space formerly occupied by the Sugar Factory will offer fine dining on the first level (no word yet on menu particulars) and a second-floor space that will morph from a sports bar during the day to an ultralounge in the evenings.
This is the perfect time of year to dust off your grill and make ready for a slew of summer recipes that will tantalize your guests. Flay sends along his love and a few grilling tips to make your job a tad bit easier. Continue reading →
Local DFW chef and owner of the successful catering company Getting Saucy, Jennifer Bajsel, is set to appear on the television series Beat Bobby Flay, which will debut on Thursday, November 12, at 9:00pm Central. Bajsel, who started as a home cook over 15 years ago, is determined to create flavorful dishes that cross international borders, especially as she makes her appearance on the national TV show.
Beat Bobby Flay is a competitive cooking show where two chefs battle to create a dish using a special ingredient chosen by Food Network’s Bobby Flay. The winner of the first round competes with the chef himself in the second round, creating a signature dish that is unknown to Flay. A blind taste test is done by a panel of judges to determine the overall winner. Continue reading →
Braden Wages of Malai Kitchen will appear on Food Network’s Beat Bobby Flay on Thursday, June 25. We are not supposed to reveal the outcome since it has not aired yet, but we can give you a bit of the details of the programming. Continue reading →
Bobby Flay was in town this weekend to sign his 12th cookbook, Barbecue Addiction. While in town Flay paid a visit to his old pal Stephan Pyles at his new restaurant Stampede 66. You may recall that Flay worked for Pyles at Routh Street Café and Baby Routh under then exec chef Kevin Rathbun (brother of Kent). The staging was just before Flay opened his own restaurant, Mesa Grill in New York. Continue reading →