Float Fest is proud to unveil the artists for its sixth annual music festival, which is slated to take place on July 20 and 21 in a new city this year, Gonzales, TX. Weekend tickets, day tickets, and a limited amount of VIP tickets are now available for purchase online at www.floatfest.net.
Float Fest, the only festival in the world to combine the Texas tradition of floating the river and live music, will offer attendees a highly curated mix of alternative, rap, indie rock, and EDM performers. Float Fest will be hosted in a new venue at Gonzales, TX, with two main stages and offer fans a chance to catch every moment of main stage action with non-overlapping sets. Continue reading →
Today we have our taste buds set for mole. Mole is that earthy, slightly sweet deep brown sauce from Mexico that enriches any dish that it is served with. There are several decent examples of mole in Dallas, and we set out to sample a few plates.
Mole originated in Mexico, but that is about all some will agree on. The exact origin was perhaps Puebla, Oaxaca, but other states are known for their delicious moles with chile peppers as the common ingredient. The classic moles of central Mexico and Oaxaca, such as mole poblano and mole negro typically include ancho, pasilla and chipotle peppers. Continue reading →