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Cheers: The Proper Daiquiri

Daiquiris are not hard to make well, provided you can adhere to a couple easy-to-follow rules. That’s why they’re so useful for diagnosing the state of a bar’s cocktail-making ability—there’s nowhere to hide. If you’re using bad rum, or if your juice isn’t fresh, or if you lack the precision to get the ratios right, or if you don’t shake hard and long enough… the cocktail knows, and it can’t keep a secret.

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Tarrant Area Food Bank and Harvesting in Mansfield change the time of their Thanksgiving food distribution

Harvesting in Mansfield will be hosting a mega mobile event Monday, November 21st from 9a-Noon; this is a NEW time change than what was previously reported.

As families continue to struggle financially through the current inflation crisis and grocery store shelves remained sparse with product due to supply chain issues, the Tarrant Area Food Bank (TAFB) wants to make it easier on those who are still struggling to provide food on the table. 

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Tarrant Area Food Launches First Ever Gift Catalog; Gift Ideas that Give Back to the Community

The Tarrant Area Food Bank launches its first ever Holidays of Hope Gift Catalog.  In this new giving opportunity, the giving community has the ability to feed those in need, in honor of those they love.

The holiday season brings much uncertainty for many families as to where their next meal will come from, thus food insecurity is magnified in the Tarrant Area footprint. Inflation is combining with supply chain squeezes to dampen the purchasing power of both food banks and clients, while also spiking gas and transportation costs.

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The Ultimate DFW (and Beyond) Chicken Fried Steak List 2022

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Today is a day of celebration and joy as we mark the official Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day. The day’s founder, Jeffrey Yarbrough, said on this auspicious occasion, “I am honored to have worked closely with restaurateurs Tom Perini and Ralph Sheffield to elevate this savory southern dish that reflects our state history. Besides my wife and kids as the loves of my life, creating the official Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day has been a dream come true and makes me so proud to be a Texan.”   Continue reading

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RaceTrac’s Waffle Breakfast Sandwich Returns for Limited Time 

Is it sweet or is it savory? RaceTrac fans have the opportunity to decide, now that the Waffle Breakfast Sandwich is back for a limited time only. Featuring savory sausage, egg and cheese between two sweet and crispy waffles, the Waffle Breakfast Sandwich quickly became a customer favorite when it was initially introduced for a short period in November 2021. Sweet and savory-lovers alike will have to act fast because this popular menu item disappears Jan. 31, 2023. 

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John Wayne: An American Experience

At the same time, legendary Western-wear maker Stetson will be on-site with a Stetson X John Wayne hat personalization pop-up with Stetson Head Designer Claudia Medina. The collection features hats that are reminiscent of those worn by John Wayne in countless movies.

The day kicks off with a tasting of Gold Handle Coffee, a series of carefully curated blends named after a traditional gift presented by legendary actor John Wayne. During the making of his films, John Wayne gave each of his cast and crew members a personalized Gold Handle mug as a token of appreciation. The Duke’s generous and unique tradition was celebrated through these collectible mugs and his love of sharing coffee with friends. Gold Handle Coffee was born of that tradition.  The tasting will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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