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Organic Pork Paradise Porcino’s Opening This Spring in Addison

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Porcinos, a new restaurant in Addison, brought to us by the owners of Edith’s in Mockingbird Station, is set to open APRIL 12 with veteran Executive Chef Damian Edmos (most recently at Princi Italia) running the kitchen.

Porcinos will be a place to gather with friends and enjoy classic comfort cooking with Southern influences, in an upscale farmhouse atmosphere.  Continue reading

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Cochon555 Brings Everything Pig to Dallas Feb 11

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Cochon555 is excited to add more names to an already stellar lineup from the good food movement. From notable judges to celebrated somms, one chef will be crowned for their whole pig cookery skills in addition to winning an amazing 4-day wine and gastronomy experience in Rioja, Spain’s most prominent wine region. Continue reading

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Four Corners Celebrated 450 Pounds of Pig at Dia de Los Puercos

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Four Corners Brewing Company celebrated its fifth year of throwing the very tasty festival Dia de los Puercos on October 22nd at its Cedar Dallas location. A fun nod to Dia de los Muerdos, Dia de Los Puercos is loosely translated to ‘day of the dirty pig’ or ‘scoundrel,’ though in this case, it more like ‘day of the very talented chefs and brewing scoundrels.’

Three super-star chefs roasted whole hogs on site for party goers to sample and the chef teams started way before dawn! Each chef had a different technique in roasting their very large puercos pals, and each was absolutely, mouthwatering delicious. The aromas throughout the courtyard were almost edible in and of themselves. Continue reading

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Where To Find The Best Pig Parts In Dallas

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America has a serious obsession with the pig, and that seems to be just fine. In Dallas there are plenty of spots to find the various parts of the little oinker from the tip of the nose to the very tail end. All are lush and tasty. Behold, our list of our favorite pig parts:   Continue reading

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