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Posted By Judie Byrd on 2015 Mar 24 - 3:42pm

One thing you can always find in my refrigerator – a jar of roasted garlic, covered in rich, fragrant olive oil.  I use it almost every day. The oil coats my skillet when I scramble eggs, sauté onions and brown chicken breasts. It adds a gentle garlicky flavor, yet there’s...

Posted By Judie Byrd on 2015 Mar 24 - 3:33pm

Spring in Fort Worth is perfect for picnics. Cold days are gone, and the heat hasn’t arrived yet. Here are three easy-to-pack recipes to take to a park near you. Dessert? I would grab Central Market’s Texas Sheet Cake – it comes in a picnic-perfect 9x9-inch throwaway tin....

Posted By Celestina Blok on 2015 Mar 24 - 3:02pm

Diners are increasingly seeking establishments with large selections of suds. The Social House, the West 7th development’s newest eatery, capitalizes on this trend by offering more than 50 craft brews on draft along with comfort pub fare.

The Irish pork nachos at The Social House consist of a heaping pile of thinly sliced potato chips fried until dark brown and topped with chopped tomatoes and green onions, an “avocado mousse” that resembled guacamole and shreds of pulled pork...

Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2015 Mar 24 - 11:15am

Cooking Whole Fish

| photography by Alex Lepe | Do you have a fisherman in your house who brings home the catch, and you have no idea what to do with it so you give it away? Have you longed to try your hand at cooking a whole fish but didn’t know where to start? Have you wanted to impress your fish-loving...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2015 Mar 23 - 4:50pm

The Child Study Center exists to diagnose children’s issues and help them and their families deal with the challenges they face.

When you love someone unconditionally, you don’t always see them with clear eyes. That was the case for Bill and Bonnie Barkesdale and their child, Blake. “Blake was born six weeks early due to complications with my pregnancy,” Bonnie Barkesdale said. Doctors warned the parents...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2015 Mar 23 - 4:39pm

Businesses involved in charity build company spirit and other business relationships at the same time.

Easter Seals began, as many similar organizations have, from the passion of one person in response to a personal tragedy. But it thrives, as all such organizations do, because of the passion of people who came along later and joined in the effort. In North Texas, two of those people are Jim Fite...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 Mar 23 - 4:25pm

The local community of beer lovers is excited about a new addition to Fort Worth’s West 7th area. World of Beer offers 50 craft beers on tap and over 500 in the cooler. Its menu consists of pub fare that pairs perfectly. For those who take their beer very seriously, World of Beer persuades...

Posted By Hal A. Brown on 2015 Mar 23 - 3:27pm

A classic is something that is considered to be of the highest quality and capable of standing the test of time. There are a handful of movies that while good when seen at first become better over time, partially because of the great lines of dialogue. In one of my favorite movies, Planes,...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2015 Mar 20 - 4:44pm

Tarrant County missed the train in 1980 and is still struggling to catch up with the expansive system run by Dallas Area Rapid Transit.

You can build only so many highways and so many traffic lanes on those highways. But the people who move in don’t pay any attention to the problems they and their automobiles bring to the area. And the people are coming fast. The U.S. Census Bureau ranked Fort Worth as fastest growing in the...

Posted By Paul Harral on 2015 Mar 20 - 3:35pm

Led by expansion at Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth’s city airports are strong and growing.

From the first airplane to land in Fort Worth to today’s modern city airports, we’ve embraced aviation — and that has been good for us. On a windy Jan. 12, 1911, French pilot Roland G. Garros landed his Bleriot XL at the Fort Worth Driving Park, a racetrack near present-day...

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