Wearing Number forty, small forward for the Dallas Mavericks Harrison Barnes (@hbarnes) had his chance this week at making one of the competing burgers at American Airlines Center. Not shy on the court, having his best season ever averaging over 20 points per game, Barnes is having a good year in the kitchen as well. Continue reading →
A custom made burger packed with all sorts of flavor elements along with a pile of freshly fried onion rings for twelve bucks, with a side of the new Mav’s Bud Light for a four-dollar markup can make for a pretty good game.
Deron Williams and American Airlines Center Executive Chef Mark Mabry have created the Big D Will Burger that will be sold in concessions stands (106, 114 and 118) throughout the month of November. This burger makes its debut Friday, November 4th for the Mavericks vs. Trail Blazers game. Continue reading →
The Dallas Mavericks are the latest entry into the Dallas burger wars with their Just-In-Time Burger at the American Airlines Center. Mavericks rookie guard Justin Anderson and AAC executive chef Mark Mabry created the burger that is sold at the Grill Zones Sections 106 and 118 on the plaza level during the month of January at both Mavericks, Stars games, and concerts.
The 1/3-pound burger is topped with apple wood smoked bacon and deviled egg aioli, provolone cheese, vine ripened tomato and shredded lettuce on Old Bay butter Texas toast served with Sriracha cheese fries at a cost of $12. Continue reading →
Justin Anderson was but a lad of 16 when he decided to take over his mother’s kitchen and create a soft granola snack. Justin was wearing braces on his teeth at the time and the young scout had a flair for making things happen even at an early age. After borrowing $500 from his grandmother his brand of trail mix was born.
Flash forward to more modern times and Justin is still rather young (a mere 26), but recently started selling a new soft oats mix called WOATS in Central Market who has an exclusive on the product for now. Soon the WOATS will enjoy a wide distribution. Continue reading →