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Meet Webster Cellars Winemaker Keith Webster

webster-with-wine-2photos and interview by Joey Stewart

We had an occasion to do a tasting with Keith Webster of Webster Cellars. As is often the case with great wine makers the man behind the wine is ever bit as interesting as the wine itself.

Webster grew up in Germany (his father was a spy) and often found himself visiting neighboring countries such as Spain, Italy and France and recalls his first wine as a Spanish Madeira. This was his foray into wines, and was hooked on Old World vintages that were lower in alcohol, high in acidity and extremely well-balanced.   Continue reading

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Tom Parlo Appointed Executive Chef of Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

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Dallas’ most legendary luxury hotel and restaurant is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Parlo as Executive Chef. Parlo will begin his new journey at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in October 2016.

Parlo will oversee the cuisine and menus throughout Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, with particular emphasis on The Mansion Restaurant, a highly-acclaimed culinary icon in Texas.   Continue reading

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What Would You Eat With Tequila?

manse2by Andrew Chalk

Premium Tequila maker Casa Dragones asked Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek execuchef Bruno Davaillon and he said it is Scallop Carpaccio with pickled radish, cilantro, jalapeño lime pudding, seaweed crouton.     Continue reading

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2013 Savor Dallas Wrap Up

whiteby Steven Doyle

Another session of Savor Dallas has been tucked under our belts, and formidable host Jim White is already at work planning the 2014 version. This year White seemed more at ease with his progeny, having planned what can only be described as a perfect series of events that lasted nearly an entire week.

The smattering of events scattered a wider path this year, having touched on new areas of Dallas including the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, up-and-comer Trinity Groves, and even the Arboretum. Each spot White visited he left a pot of gold as his legacy for this St Patrick’s Day weekend.   Continue reading

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