Dallas is steep up in plenty of steakhouses and barbecue joints and that what might endear most of us to this city. Even our vegan friends make pretend kabobs and chicken fried steaks because that is a thing.
Today we offer many meaty ideas for your beef bucket list. Playgrounds for adults to chew cow and even a pig or two. If you have a favorite meat haven, feel free to chime in below in the comment section. We only wish we had a free grill to add to this meat pile. Continue reading →
Is there a thing called “pie season”? I know there is a Pie Council, possibly in the same vein as Garrison Keillor’s “Catsup Advisory Board” or his “American Duct Tape Council”. Pie Season to me would encompass most of the calendar not already loaded up with pie goodness such as National Pi Day, or Pie Day. There is also “Eat a Pie Day – December 1”, “Raspberry Cream Pie Day – August 1”, “National Cherry Pie Day – February 1” and a litany of other super cool pie days. Continue reading →
The new year is here and you have made those beloved resolutions that will keep you fit and happy straight through bikini season. One problem, you have already cheated. And you will most likely continue to cheat. And we seriously have no problem with that.
The sole reason you should be here reading this is because you appreciate a fine meal and a night out on the town. We do too. To facilitate the inevitable we bring you seven delicious ways to break those resolutions. Continue reading →
Every day Operation Kindness cares for more than 300 abandoned cats and dogs in their shelter. In the 40 years since the charities inception, they have found homes for more than 85,000 cats and dogs.
Operation Kindness is the original and largest no-kill animal shelter in North Texas and they are always in need of the supplies required to care for the large number of animals in the shelter. This year they need something really simple and inexpensive – paper towels. Continue reading →
Chamberlain discussed some of his tips for the upcoming Kaboom Town, his favorite dishes at his restaurants, and his love for hunting and fishing. Sevy discussed his start in the restaurant business working at McDonalds that lead to attending the Culinary Institute of America. Continue reading →
Chef Richard Chamberlain worked his way through El Centro’s culinary program in Dallas, taking his first position in fine dining at the legendary Mansion on Turtle Creek working with the opening chef, Christian Chemin. Just a few short years later Chamberlain went on to work with Dean Fearing as sous at Agnew’s in Dallas, and a series of marvelous restaurants such as Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, Ratcliffe’s and San Simeon in Dallas, and the Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado. Continue reading →