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by Steven Doyle It has been about a year since I last visited the people at 44 Farms. You most likely recognize the name from the many top quality menus that feature their beef. They feature the beef for good … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Lunch today was fresh and different. Although it consisted of a salad and sandwich, these were not your ordinary lunch choices. We checked out Bread Zeppelin, the unique sandwich shop in Las Colinas. We chatted with the owners, Troy … Continue reading →
Nickel and Rye is hosting a very special beer dinner featuring some of our favorite and rare DEBC brews, including our Jameson Barrel-aged Local Legend. This one will sell out quickly so you will want to jump on this today. … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle This is the time of year when everything is infused with pumpkin. From lattes to beer, nothing escapes the gourd’s perfumed treatment. Personally, I prefer my pumpkin in pie form, or one of several delicious savory versions … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle One of my first visits to Kalachandji’s was as a college student, and it was Thanksgiving. The meal included a visit to the Krishna temple escorted by one of the many devotees who live in the neighboring … Continue reading →