Food

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Aug 16 - 5:36pm

Two interns. One large grocery list.

Allow me to set the stage. Two college students interning at Fort Worth, Texas magazine for the summer were tasked with compiling pantry ingredients for the 2013 Top Chef competition. One of us likes to cook, the other can hardly make ramen noodles. Armed with a 5-ft.-long generic grocery list,...

Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Aug 14 - 4:58pm

Learning never ceases in the Tarrant Area Food Bank Community Kitchen

Some could argue that a bit of magic happens everyday in the Tarrant Area Food Bank Community Kitchen. Nine students who range in age from 20 to 50 never cease to learn something new that invigorates their passion for a career in the food services industry. Dreams are being realized thanks to the...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Aug 5 - 3:46pm

Last week, Fort Worth’s first pop-up concept came to a close. Twenty at the Tower gave diners the opportunity to enjoy fare from some of the best chefs in Fort Worth, Dallas, and even San Antonio. I have often been asked what the “best” dinner was. There is no way to adequately...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Jul 25 - 9:44am

As we continue to roll through the summer, backyard grill masters continue to put on their aprons and prepare their manly masterpieces for families every weekend. Unquestionably, the hamburger rules the grill during the summer. In June, The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and Fort Worth,...

Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Jul 11 - 6:29pm

Every girl needs a little TLC from time to time. Mine came in the form of caviar “tacos” and artichoke carpaccio at Twenty at the Tower on June 23. Husband in tow, I zipped eagerly across Taylor Street. I stopped short when I spotted the TLC Catering vehicle. No doubt about it. Chef Tim...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Jul 11 - 9:54am

Last week, American’s celebrated the 4th with smoked and grilled goodness coming off smokers and backyard grills. Others, however, visited their favorite BBQ joint. In last week’s blog, I referred to Daniel Vaughn, (the BBQ Snob), and his fantastic new book The Prophets of Smoked Meat...

Posted By Sonya Cisneros Curry on 2013 Jul 8 - 10:36am

In case you didn't get enough of the June issue, which featured our 20 favorite mac and cheese dishes in the area, the Cheese Lady aka Laura Werlin graciously provided one of her favorite recipes that was developed for the mac & cheese, please! cookbook and showcased at the South...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Jul 3 - 7:17pm

“Barbeque sliced beef and bread, ribs and sausage and a cold Big Red…” ––Robert Earl Keen Jr  As July 4 is upon us once again, plenty of backyard grills and smokers are getting cleaned off and prepared for action. Growing up in what is known as the BBQ Capital...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Jun 19 - 5:01pm

Gwin Grimes is an inspiring individual. She wears many different hats in our local food community. She is the owner of Artisan Baking Co. with her husband, Mark. She teaches vocational and avocational culinary classes and is the author of three cookbooks. She is the president of the North Central...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Jun 12 - 10:13am

Dallas. Growing up in Lockhart, the BBQ capital of the world, the only things I thought of when I heard the word were the Cowboys and the intro to the TV show. I’ll admit that when I moved to Fort Worth I bought into the rivalry between the two cities. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve...

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