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Best Chef Burgers in Dallas

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Dallas  has no shortage of the delicacy that is a burger.  What makes a perfect burger is the flavor of the beef, and freshness of the bun, and toppings. A burger should develop a nice sear to trap all the juices inside. Pressing a burger releases all of its flavor and makes the burger dry and ends up crumbling. The toppings are just as important as the cooking process. Using fresh lettuce, tomatoes, and onions help bring a crisp texture and flavor depth that makes your burger scream fresh. To add more depth a spread or sauce needs to compliment the other toppings without making the burger too messy or all you have is a excessive use of napkins. Innovative burger toppings just makes the flavor depth more interesting you just need to keep them in check because there is such a thing as “too much of a good thing.” Continue reading

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DLynn Proctor to Host Fantesca Estate & Winery Pairing Dinner at Knife Dallas on November 7

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Join DLynn Proctor at Knife as he introduces the wines of Fantesca Estate & Winery during a four-course pairing dinner on Thursday, November 7. The expertly prepared menu will complement the tasting notes of each wine perfectly so guests are taken down a delicious, exploratory journey of the palate.

The host of the evening, DLynn Proctor, was named ‘Best Sommelier in America’ by Wine and Spirits Magazine in 2008, and was bestowed the honor as one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine’sTop ’40 Under 40′ Tastemakers for 2014. DLynn is also one of the four featured subjects in the internationally acclaimed wine documentary ‘SOMM’, covering the three-year journey to becoming a coveted Master Sommelier. Continue reading

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Decidedly American Dishes and Where to Find Them in Dallas

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There’s nothing better than America’s overabundance of cheesy, greasy, sugary treats. Here are some of your favorites that you might be surprised to find out were born in the USA and where to find them locally. Continue reading

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Tesar Does Brunch at Knife

knife Short Rib Benedictby Jennifer Thomas

Knife, the steakhouse by Chef John Tesar located inside The Highland Dallas at 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane, is not just a prime Dallas steakhouse but also serves a unique with a side of specialty brunch cocktails every Sunday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Nominated  three times as a James Beard Best Chef Southwest semifinalist and on Top Chef twice, Tesar designed the menu to include one-of-a-kind dishes highlighting his signature aged meats, along with more traditional brunch favorites.   Continue reading

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Ten Meaty Ideas In Dallas

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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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Knife Has a Bacon Sampling You Won’t Want to Miss

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The meat Mecca of Dallas is without a doubt, Knife located in the Highland Dallas located just off Central Expressway at Mockingbird and in Willowbend. This is the love-child of chef John Tesar who has elevated the steak experience, and the results are precious.

The menu is dotted with a whole host of steaks ranging in price from the very affordable, to the more exotic and a bit pricey. However, the latter comes in giant slabs and sliced for easy sharing, so the cost per person is actually as easy to swallow as the dry aged beef.   Continue reading

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