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So Many Ways to Celebrate National Sandwich Day in Dallas

by Steven Doyle

There is little to make a sandwich wonderful other than  fantastic bread, well thought out seasonings and spreads, and a filling that should be unsurpassed. When deciding a list of our favorites, it seemed a more daunting task than originally thought. So much more came to mind as the list was settled.

With all the heartache of selecting which can stand alone as the very best, we humbly submit in no particular order sandwiches that we enjoy. Tell us your favorites and we will run out today and sample one.  The big day is November 3rd, but we wanted you to try a few for lunch starting today. Continue reading

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Dallas Restaurants That Have A Beautiful Patina And A Spark Of History

prince4by Steven Doyle

Generations have celebrated certain restaurants in Dallas, enjoying the cuisine that made Dallas strong and certainly has given it character. Today we pay homage to a select handful of these Dallas classics and hope you will continue to enjoy them as time honors them with continued success.

I recall some old favorites including  Zeider Zee, The Beefeater, Prince of Burgers and Southern Kitchen. Perhaps you have some memories of restaurants that come to mind.
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Celebrate The Meatball With Our Favorites

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The meatball most Americans encounter are this fat, round composition of ground meats. It works best when made from a combination of lean ground beef and fatty ground pork or veal  along with moist bread or breadcrumbs, herbs, cheese, and a spot of egg to bind the whole mess together. Drenched in marinara and served atop a bowl of spaghetti, the meatball is a staple of Italian restaurants across America.

The secret is day-old bread, soaked in milk or water, to bring lightness to the mixture. When you cook beef, pork or veal for too long, it starts to get tougher. But the bread in meatballs never gets tough. Use a lot of bread and your meatballs will be perfectly tender. Some chefs contend a 50/50 mix. Continue reading

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Tuscan Wine Dinner at Jimmy’s

wineby Steven Doyle

Jimmy’s Food Store is offering one of their many Italian wine dinners Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 6:30.

Chef Alessio Franceschetti will be preparing a wonderful menu for the Renieri Tasting. Continue reading

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Beni di Batasiolo Ambassador at Jimmy’s Tonight

stefby Steven Doyle

What a fantastic evening to stroll Jimmy’s Food Store, Dallas’ premiere Italian grocer which also happens to curate the largest selection of Italian wine in the state of Texas.  This evening from 5 to 7pm meet Stefano Poggi, the brand Ambassador for Beni di Batasiolo. For $10 you will be able to taste a variety of the best Italy and graze an antipasti buffet prepared by Jimmy’s staff.  Continue reading

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Special Wine Tasting Tonight at Jimmy’s

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Jimmy’s Food Store will be tasting some great wines from Treasury Wine Estates tonight. Also there will be deep deals on the wines. You don’t want to miss this one.We will also have a large antipasti to go with the wines. So come by and pickup a glass, try some great Italian wine, eat some good food and buy a bunch of wine for the summer.  Continue reading

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The Original Muffuletta Is A Mere Seven Hour Drive Away

central groceryby Steven Doyle

Originating n New Orleans, the muffuletta is a sandwich that’s made on a round, disc-like sesame bread filled with cured meats, marinated olives, and pickled vegetables. Though you can buy a muffuletta at any number of places in the city, it all began at Central Grocery in the French Quarter, where it came about as a way for Sicilians to combine the separate ingredients of their meal.

Central Grocery, a great place for fine Italian goods, sells the muffuletta by the round ($17.95) or half-round ($9.50), both of which come in their signature white paper wrappers. Two very hungry eaters may easily  put away the whole round.    Continue reading

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