This year of Covid has brought hardship to Americans in so many ways. That’s why WFAA-TV’s Santa’s Helper Toy Drive is more important than ever to provide needy families with some joy. Award-winning Ocean Prime Dallas is hosting a toy drive next Wednesday to support the cause. In exchange for an unwrapped toy donation, the donor will receive a complimentary cheese board for 2 and can also enjoy the restaurant’s happy hour from 4-7 p.m.Continue reading
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Donate a toy, get a cheese board for 2: Ocean Prime Dallas supports WFAA-TV’s Santa’s Helper program
The summer heat has officially hit Dallas and Ocean Prime can not think of a better way to embrace the summer festivities than by celebrating National Martini Day, Wednesday, June 19, with their refreshing, signature cocktail, the Black Orchid.
Handcrafted with only the finest ingredients, Ocean Prime’s Black Orchid is made with Three Olives Berry, St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur, Hand Squeezed Lemon & White Cranberry Juice. The sophisticated palate of ingredients offers guests a chance to wind down, cool off and enjoy the beautiful summer days. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Always on the hunt for something overwhelmingly delicious, a stop to study the local seafood tower scene in Dallas is a fantastic assignment that ferreted some pretty marvelous results.
A Plateau de Fruits de Mer, or the tower we are in search of is a seafood dish of raw and cooked shellfish served cold on a platter, usually on a bed of ice. The serving platter is generally held above table level with a stand and sometimes can contain multiple, elaborate tiers. This is both for visual effect, and because the shellfish are often served in the shell, or on the half shell, which causes them to take up a large area while containing only a bite or two of meat. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle photos by Joey Stewart
Caught in the waters of Bristol Bay and Norton Sound, the true red king crab is the most prized species of crab in the world, with strong demand from consumers in Japan, the US, and Europe. Alaska’s largest harvest of red king crab takes place in the waters of Bristol Bay. Roughly 100 boats participate in the fishery and harvest millions of pounds over a period of 2 to 3 months. Continue reading