Soon you will be able to not only have scotch, sausages and some pretty terrific Scotch eggs at Scotch and Sausage, located on Oak Lawn in Dallas, but you will also have a selection of great tequilas and tacos. The owners of Scotch and Sausage invited some of the craveDFW staff in to sample what will be part of the new addition called S&S Taqueria which has taken over the front of the house at Scotch and Sausage.
The tacos will be made by Scotch and Sausage executive chef Joey Allette, sharing the same kitchen, but ordering is completely separate. Continue reading →
Not too unlike the Death Star, The Blind Butcher is now fully operational. That means you may now enjoy food with your cocktails or beer. When Blind Butcher first opened the food aspect of the unique neighborhood tavern was not quite ready for the public, but the wait was very well worthwhile. For those familiar with the quality of Goodfriend (link has a fun Q&A with Tobin and Yingling) located further in East Dallas, this new hot spot is owned by the same folks. Matt Tobin and Josh Yingling truly know how to entertain their guests, and that is simply to offer the best of everything in a uber unpretentious environment. The Blind Butcher definitely qualifies in that respect. Continue reading →
Just in time for your holiday cookout Shiner Smokehouse, the family owned sausagery, announces its line of homemade, family recipe products will be available at all major area Kroger stores beginning June 26. Just in time for grilling season, Shiner Smokehouse favorites including the Original Smoked Sausage, Beer Brat, made with Shiner Bock beer, and Country Style Smokies will be hitting shelves.
The Shiner Smokehouse brand began as the Patek’s Family Grocery and Meat Market, where the house-made meats were a favorite, drawing locals and out-of-town customers alike. Working in his family’s store since he was in fourth grade, it has been Brian’s lifelong dream to share his family’s house made recipes beyond the small-town Shiner store. Continue reading →