by Steven Doyle
We have been enjoying the dinner for two at Bolsa Mercado, especially on guest chef night which happens to be today. The premise behind the guest chef night is that a different chef will offer a boxed dinner for two each Thursday evening, and the proceeds benefit Café Momentum.
Each chef has been asked to incorporate produce grown in the garden of the Dallas County Youth Village within their menus. This week Bolsa Mercado is featuring the food stylings of The Grape’s own Brian Luscher. Continue reading
By Steven Doyle
Yesterday we implored you to grab your tickets for this Sunday’s event where you can bid on your favorite chef and a special package they have lined up for you. Today we learn of a few more interesting packages that you might wish to bid on this Sunday, June 3, 2012.
A reminder for those that missed the write up, the event is hosted by the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association to raise money for more than thirty high schools in the area that teach TXProStart, a two year culinary and hospitality arts program for DISD students. The program generated over $80,000 in scholarships and is a wonderful local program. Continue reading
by Jerry Stewart
For those with a foodie type of bucket list, there are more than a few hot events that should top that list. Certainly Terlingua Chili Cook-off, WurstFest in New Braunfels, the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival and Hico’s Texas Steak Cook-off, if the latter has escaped your radar check out scenes from the annual event here.
The event, which is held Saturday, May 19th, 2012 this year, has been covered annually by the Food Network and is the largest steak cook-off in the Southwest, drawing thousands of tourists from all over the country. Hico is just 90 minutes southwest of the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex and approximately two hours north of Austin on scenic US 281. Continue reading