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Bobby Flay Checks In With Summer Ready Grilling Advice

fmn_bobbyflay-1490.tifby Steven Doyle

Bobby Flay may not be able to take down our Texas giants in the kitchen, but the man can undoubtedly grill. Just don’t ask him to haul Elk carcasses to the back yard.

This is the perfect time of year to dust off your grill and make ready for a slew of summer recipes that will tantalize your  guests. Flay sends along his love and a few grilling tips to make your job a tad bit easier.       Continue reading

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Summer Loving From CraveDFW

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by Steven Doyle

CraveDFW loves you. This summer things will get a bit hectic, but keep your eye on your favorite website that provides you with rich information on the Dallas food scene. We will be integrating more activities in the DFW area in coming weeks, plus adding more interviews and fun new features with guest writers and staffers. Plus we just added a new intern for you to meet that will have a fresh perspective on what to do in Dallas.   Continue reading

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Perot Museum of Nature and Science Announces Summer Programs

perot1by Mandy Davis

Summer may be heating up, but the Perot Museum of Nature and Science always offers cool relief with two new exhibitions that include amazing animals and a DIY makerspace, an exhilarating 3D film line-up, First Thursday Late Nights, second-Saturday Discovery Days, adults-only Social Sciences, military/first responders and late-afternoon discounts, and more for a surplus of summer fun perfect for all ages.

Amazing Animals: Built to Survive will entice visitors to uncover the marvels of natural engineering inside every living thing. Jaws that can crush over 8,000 pounds in one bite, ears that act as air conditioners, a punch faster than a speeding bullet and legs that can leap the human equivalent of a football field in a single bound await in this interactive experience. Opening to the public June 13, the bilingual traveling exhibition will show how every living thing – including humans – is a machine built to survive, move and discover.   Continue reading

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Grilling Properly With Doug Pickering

DSC01825by Steven Doyle

Last evening pitmaster Doug Pickering invited a group of guests into his Highland Park home for his very first bbq class. You recall Pickering from his stint at WORK. He appeared to be an overnight sensation, but has worked years at his craft perfecting his delicious take on ‘cue. Last evening Doug was joined by his long time friend and chef Scott Townend, formerly at Village Kitchen, but has a glorious resume working with some of the best chefs this country has to offer. What a delight to work hands on with these two talents. The pair have been collaborating on catering as of late, and have been invited into some pretty amazing homes recently to perform their duties in a big way.    Continue reading

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Latest Oreo Flavor Debuts. Watermelon, Anyone?

watermelon orby Steven Doyle

The people at Nabisco’s Oreo factory are seemingly bored with making a single flavor of cookie. Sure, there is that certain guilty pleasure of tackling a handful of the chocolate sandwich cookies alongside a tall glass of cold milk. Whether you are a dunker or a twister, this is something we participate in at least once a year. Continue reading

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