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Eat Me: Grilled Cheese at Zodiac in Neiman Marcus

zodiac2by Steven Doyle

Enjoy the popovers with strawberry butter, but you will most likely want to check out the chicken salad or grilled cheese served with a splash of tomato soup at Zodiac, the 68-year-old favorite for ladies who lunch and the rest of the free world.

Fans of the restaurant crave the chicken salad, which is actually made with cream, a dollop of mayonnaise, apple cider vinegar, celery and diced chicken breast. This with a side of the Mandarin orange gelatin mold “souffle” with export you back to the 1950’s where such delights were commonplace on a luncheon plate.   Continue reading

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Popover Finds in Dallas

pop.jpegby Steven Doyle

A popover is a great find. Consider the roll to be similar in make up to that of Yorkshire pudding, made with an egg batter. Super light and airy these beautiful beats were made with beef drippings, but now lighter made with plenty of eggs and butter.

We found a few great versions in the Dallas area in case you have a desire to sample some on your own for good measure. Continue reading

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FT33’s McCallister Wine Dinner March 8th

Matt-McCallister1by Steven Doyle

We just caught word of what will most definitely be an amazing pop-up with Matt McCallister and at a fun location – the Zodiac at Neiman Marcus downtown Dallas March 8, 2018 at 7pm.

McCallister is the chef-owner of FT33 in the Design District and has been nominated for a a James Beard for Best Chef of the Southwest, Food and Wine named him Best New Chef and his restaurant was featured on the Top 50 New Restaurant list from Bon Appétit. His accolades run deep, and the chef has been on the leading edge of the farm-to-table movement in North Texas.  Continue reading

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Celebrate Julia’s 100th At Neiman’s

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This week DFW area Neiman Marcus stores will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Julia Child’s birth with special dishes inspired by the culinary icon and offered by the Dallas chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, an international organization of women in the culinary profession.      Continue reading

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