Tag Archives: Swiss Pastry Shop

Where To Find A Great Philly Cheesesteak In The DFW Area

kofp_cheesesteakby Steven Doyle

A cheesesteak is a crusty roll filled with thin slices of sautéed ribeye and melted cheese. The cheese of choice is Cheez Whiz, but provolone is an acceptable substitution. For the perfect cheesesteak there needs to be a balance of flavors, textures and what is often referred to as the “drip” factor. Other toppings may include fried onions, sautéed mushrooms, and jalapenos. Cheesesteaks are fast, portable and make for the perfect meal.

In Philly there are two camps on who makes the best sandwich. Pat’s King of Steaks is the actual decedent of the originator of the cheesesteak.   Pat Olivieri invented the steak sandwich in 1930. Since then, Pat’s has grown from a little stand at the southern end of South Philly’s Italian Market to one of the most famous cheesesteak shops in the world, albeit still in the same location (and still the only location). Another Philly favorite, in Philly, is Geno’s. Geno’s has been making its version from the same location for more than forty years and is a super popular choice. Like Pat’s, Geno’s is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.   Continue reading

2 Comments

Filed under Steven Doyle

Eat Me: Black Forest Cake at The Swiss Pastry Shop

black-forestby Steven Doyle

For the uninitiated, there is something going on at The Swiss Pastry Shop  in Fort Worth you might want to know about. They make this insanely good Black Forest Cake that is the mainstay of the business. Entire countries would fall should they stop making this thing. It is so good that they build them in a myriad of sizes from a slice to six steps up to a full sheet pan full of Black Forest goodness.    Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Pastry Chef, Steven Doyle

Eat Me: Hatch Chili Cheeseburger From Swiss Pastry Shop

hatchby Steven Doyle

It’s that time of year again when everything is kicked up with Hatch peppers. It is almost like a holiday filled with pageantry, gifts and special surprises. Take the Las Cruces Campfire Chili Cheeseburger featuring a half pound Akaushi wagyu burger with pecan smoked wagyu Hatch chile con carne and aged Hatch white cheddar. Get it as a burger $14, a wagyu chili dog $9, or a bowl of chili $5 from the Swiss Pastry Shop in Fort Worth. That bun you see depicted here is also baked in house for ultimate freshness.  Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Steven Doyle

Eat Me: The Wild Bill at the Swiss Pastry Shop

mullerby Steven Doyle

If your name happens to be Muller, you no doubt know your way around meats. Such is the case of Swiss Pastry Shop Hans Muller in Fort Worth who sends us this beauty. Imagine if you will the Buffalo Bill which is made of Wagyu, Buffalo Jalapeño sausage, 18 month aged extra sharp white cheddar an grilled onions on brioche.   Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Steven Doyle