by Alex Gonzalez
This past Monday evening, Food Network alum Adam Gertler made a special appearance at Dog Haus Biergarten in Richardson. Gertler, known for his runs on shows “Food Network Star,” “Kid in a Candy Store,” and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate,” showcased a variety of his signature hot dogs and burgers
Gertler landed his first television hosting gig after a co-worker of his at Jose Garza’s Amada brought to his attention a casting call listed on Craigslist. He attended said casting call and was later chosen to host “Food Network Star” and “Will Work For Food.” Despite his quick rise to fame within the food and entertainment industry, Gertler quickly realized that hosting, on its own, won’t pay the bills. Continue reading
by Nafeisa Shukair-Farley
Are you planning a tea party with crumpets and scones to watch Meghan Markle marry her prince? Perhaps you want a unique decedent cake made by a Food Network baker? Or, you just want a gooey yummy brownie for no reason. Whatever your pastry and dessert dreams are, you can find them on King Arthurs Blvd…in Lewisville. Continue reading
If there’s one downside to fabulous, food-filled holiday celebrations, it’s the gurgles and groans of post-feasting indigestion.
“We assume it’s because we overate, but for a lot of people, that pain and sick feeling may not be about how much you ate but what you ate,” says Kyra Bussanich, three-time winner of The Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars” and author of a just-released recipe book, Sweet Cravings: 50 Seductive Desserts for a Gluten-Free Lifestyle. Continue reading
One90 Smoked Meats has quickly stolen the hearts of Dallas diners with its delicious barbecue and two-handed sandwiches—and now, it’s ready for its national TV close-up. On Friday, February 2, One90 will be featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, the Guy Fieri-hosted series that spotlights local joints around the country. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Fried chicken is definitely one of the hot items this year in Dallas and plenty of chefs have tossed their toque into the ring opening their own restaurants in homage to this southern staple. Enter Fat Chicken in Trinity Groves which is owned by DJ Quintanilla and Linda Mazzei who formerly ran Resto Gastro Bistro in the same location.
We asked chef DJ why the big change up and he shared that it was Trinity Grove’s mastermind Phil Romano’s idea, but he was up for the task. 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