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Latin Snacks and Where to Find Them in Dallas

848132018_04_08_Zaguan_Arepa_Pollo006_51.jpgby Steven Doyle

Let’s do something special today and discover some popular and also less known dishes from Latin America, and point to them on our local map. These treats will tantalize and inspire as you make your way around the city for something new. It was everything we could  do not to scream Zaguan Bakery with each dish but we wanted some places less familiar for the better part of this piece.  Walk with us! Continue reading

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Best Soup to Enjoy This Winter in Dallas

soup1by Steven Doyle

As the temperatures drop this weekend our need for soup rises and we have a few suggestions, a few you may not have been familiar with. We did a similar list last Winter, so check that out as well.

Enjoy our list as much as the soup!   Continue reading

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Review: Nazca Kitchen Sings With A Full Symphony Of Flavor

DSC05057by Steven Doyle

When we broke the story that Nazca Kitchen was moving into the shopping center on Walnut Hill just behind Red, Hot and Blues (and coincidently owned by the same folks) we had no idea what to expect. South American cuisine can mean so much, especially with its European influences. This allows for a broad and interesting menu. The beautiful interior was designed by  Hatsumi Kuzuu who also designed FT33.

The menu strikes bold flavors using interesting chiles as well as colorful grains and sauces. The restaurant is open all day, starting with a delightful breakfast menu that is all about healthy, just as you might enjoy in Brazil. Enjoy the Acai Bowl which is laden with the super fruit, bananas, granola and drizzled with passion fruit.    Continue reading

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Nazca Kitchen To Open Soon With South American Fare

nazca kitchenby Steven Doyle

Look for a new restaurant to open at 8041 Walnut Hill called Nazca Kitchen. This new spot is owned by the fellows behind the local Red, Hot and Blue and will serve what they label as authentic South American cuisine.

A peek at the interior was absolutely beautiful with fantastic photographs of the region the restaurant emulates.   Continue reading

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