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by Maryse Chevriere You almost hate to hear it: Making your own bitters at home? Yeah, it’s actually not that difficult. Because there’s no excuse now — and you start to think, how could I not have been doing this … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Chef Tony Street serves up delicious Hill Country-inspired dishes including a Rattlesnake Chili Pie at his restaurant, YO Ranch Steakhouse in West End of Dallas. Made up of rattlesnake sausage, and layered with fried tortilla strips, sour … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle One of the most delightful things that may occur during dinner service might be the amuse-bouche, a relatively unknown feature of French culinary tradition that, once introduced, immediately became standard fare. Chefs at many fine restaurants offer guests … Continue reading →
Dos Jefes is introducing a distinctive dinner series it’s calling The Mexican Pantry. Executive Chef Samir Dhurandhar and Salvador Ordaz will kick off the monthly dinner specials on Thursday, Oct. 6, with an artful and savory Mexican prix fixe menu featuring: … Continue reading →
In the early 1920’s few people knew what a hamburger was. This is when Doug Prince discovered the hamburger for himself at the State Fair of Texas and decided to make it his life. He opened a small little “drive in” … Continue reading →