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Truluck’s Celebrates the Lobster National Lobster Day – September 25

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Lobsters are interesting – and delicious – creatures. Did you know that in the colonial era, lobsters were the go-to prison food? Only the poor, indentured servants, and prisoners ate lobsters because they were cheap, too plentiful, and considered “tasteless.” According to 19th century Kentucky politician and social observer, John Rowan, the lobster quickly became synonymous with lower classes of society and quipped “Lobster shells about a house are looked upon as signs of poverty and degradation.” Continue reading

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Crave Guide to Chicago

chicago-sign-blurby Steven Doyle

Today we begin what will be a series that checks in to various cities across the nation with a great history of tourism. Places to dine, great or boutique hotels across economic lines, and terrific sights that may be less traveled.

We begin our travel series with Chicago, often thought of for great dining and a history that is more than colorful. From storied tales of Al Capone, who still has a mark on the streets, to Oprah Winfrey, which is the ultimate Cinderella story, Chicago has a story for you to unfold. Continue reading

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Reserve Your Easter Brunch at Trulucks

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In addition to their regularly amazing menu of steak and seafood selections, Truluck’s will showcase some special offerings for the Easter holiday on Sunday, April 21, 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM at both Dallas-area locations. Reservations are not required, but are highly recommended. Continue reading

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Cakebread Wine Dinner at Trulucks Oct 26th

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Since its founding in 1973 by Jack and Dolores, Cakebread Cellars has been famous for its warm, gracious hospitality and unmatched wines. With an enduring commitment to quality, the belief that life’s occasions are elevated by good people, good food, and good wine flows through everything we do.

With 40 harvests under their belts, and the second generation of winemaking Cakebreads now running the winery, the little family winery has become one of the most successful and respected wineries in America, renowned for its world-class vineyards, wines, and hospitality. Continue reading

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11 Supreme Salads Dallas Has To Offer To Stay Cool This Summer

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It has been plenty hot in North Texas with more rage from the sun on its way before we enter into our odd fall-like weather. There are a few ways to cool off, besides hitting the beach each weekend which is highly suggested but not practical, and the tastiest is to seek out some of the cooler salads Dallas has to offer. We have you covered on this short list of suggestions. Play along by offering you best salad below in comments.

Not in any particular order here are a few choice salads to indulge and cool off with: Continue reading

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Truluck’s Stone Crab Takedown

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I recently wrote about the marvel that is the stone crab and all of its glory, such as heavy sustainability, deliciously sweet and dense claw meat, and it’s short fishing season which ends May 15th.

I also wrote about the hot deal that Truluck’s has on their stone crab each Monday where the claws are $79 for as many as you care to enjoy. In full disclosure I have been to truluck’s many times but never participated in the crab feast. It sounded exactly like something that would thrill me. I checked into Truluck’s last evening and guess what? It thrilled me.  Continue reading

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