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11 Supreme Salads Dallas Has To Offer To Stay Cool This Summer

executive-chefby Steven Doyle

It has been plenty hot in North Texas with more rage from the sun on its way before we enter into our odd fall-like weather. There are a few ways to cool off, besides hitting the beach each weekend which is highly suggested but not practical, and the tastiest is to seek out some of the cooler salads Dallas has to offer. We have you covered on this short list of suggestions. Play along by offering you best salad below in comments.

Not in any particular order here are a few choice salads to indulge and cool off with: Continue reading

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Knife’s John Tesar Brings Romance To Your Home (Recipe)

Steak-au-poivreby John Tesar

A pan sauce can’t be made completely ahead of time; it requires the cooking of the meat itself to provide the integral flavoring. It’s a classic fundamental technique, though, that should be in every home cook’s arsenal. At Knife, we make the pan sauce from France (poivre is French for “pepper”)—but you can use the technique with shallots, garlic, mustard, cognac, or whatever you want. Continue reading

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Ten Meaty Ideas In Dallas

dadby Steven Doyle

Dallas is steep up in plenty of steakhouses and barbecue joints and that what might endear most of us to this city. Even our vegan friends make pretend kabobs and chicken fried steaks because that is a thing.

Today we offer many meaty ideas for your beef bucket list. Playgrounds for adults to chew cow and even a pig or two.  If you have a favorite meat haven feel free to chime in below in the comment section. We only wish we had a free grill to add to this meat pile.  Continue reading

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Tesar Hosts ‘Feed the Children’ Benefit at Knife on September 27th

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On Wednesday, September 27, Chef John Tesar will host a dinner benefiting Feed The Children, featuring a reception and seated dinner, and other acclaimed guest chefs. This dinner is part of the Celebrity Chef Series campaign and will be held at Knife. The event starts with a reception at 6:00 p.m., followed by a multi-course dinner at 7:00 p.m.

The funds from the dinner will help to deliver semi-tractor trailer loads of disaster relief supplies such as bottled water, food, hygiene items, diapers, and other much-needed essentials to Houston and the surrounding areas.

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Lobster Bake With Tesar

tesar1by Steven Doyle

The busiest chef in Dallas, John Tesar, is back in pop-up mode. The man is unstoppable.

The northeast-native knows summer isn’t complete without a good lobster bake. On August 23rd, Tesar will host a New England-style lobster bake up with a Texas twist. The event will kick-off at 7p.m. at a secret location, to be revealed to ticket holders 48 hours prior. Guests will nosh on fresh New England lobster, steamers, sausage and of course steak, all served in a family-style buffet. Roasted potatoes, French fries, fresh tomato salad, and corn on the cobb will all be served to accompany the meal, as well as homemade peach cobbler and ice cream for dessert. Continue reading

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Tesar to Announce Spoon Pop-Ups in Dallas

aslaskan halibut w foie spoonby Steven Doyle

We do love our seafood equally as much as a good steak. This is why we were more than excited to learn what John Tesar (who we hear will be on the next Top Chef, again) has up his sleeves for Dallas.

It might be best just to let you hear his own words:   Continue reading

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Eric Cobb Named New Pastry Chef at Knife

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Knife at The Highland Dallas  announced Eric Cobb as its new pastry chef. Cobb has spent the past seven years at the Four Seasons Hotel in Dallas under the direction of Chef Randy Gehman.
Cobb comes to Knife by way of Alabama where he attended culinary school at The Culinard. He originally entered and completed the culinary arts program, but after realizing his love for the meticulous and scientific side of baking, went back to complete the pastry arts program.    Continue reading

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