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A heaping helping of news & reviews from DFWs dining scene.

Weekend Chef: fish-sauce steak experiment



Anyone who has followed my blog knows I fix a lot of steaks. Read more

Eats Beat podcast: Talkin’ BBQ and bounty huntin’



Just outside Loop 820 on Las Vegas Trail, tucked behind a Baptist church, sits Billy’s Oak Acres, the new temple of Texas BBQ in Fort Worth. Read more

‘Hell’s Kitchen’ recap: Communication breakdown



[Obilgatory spoiler warning, and they come up quickly] Read more

Eats Beat: The Hamptons come to Fort Worth, in sandwich form



When Hunter Pond of Dallas was 7 or 8, his family often vacationed in East Hampton, N.Y. Read more

Restaurant review: Moe’s Southwest Grill in Watauga

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To give you an idea of the kind of north Tarrant County burrito world that Moe’s Southwest Grill is stepping into, the Atlanta-based chain’s new location is roughly halfway between a Freebirds World Burrito and a Chipotle Mexican Grill. It’s also in a shopping center where a ... Read more

Texas brew review: Shannon Brewing’s Chocolate Stout

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It might seem a bit weird to suggest drinking a chocolate stout in September. It is, afterall, still summer in Texas and these hot, sticky months call for something lighter and crisper. Read more

Lonesome Vegetarian: A vegetarian walks into a sausage store …



Spicy sausage — my favorite variety of what Anthony Bourdain affectionately calls “meat in tube form” — was the only thing I regretted giving up when I went vegetarian almost 25 years ago. Specifically, the fiery “smoky dogs” at the Astrodome in Houston, ... Read more

Restaurant review: Simmer in Coppell

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What are the chances that a small town in East Texas would dish out two of Dallas-Fort Worth’s most innovative young chefs? Read more

Eats Beat: Clay Pigeon ready for lunchtime flights



The west Fort Worth restaurant is off the beaten path, but diners are finding it. Read more

‘Hell’s Kitchen’ recap: The women rule (mostly)



This season of ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ features three competitors from DFW, including Kalen Morgenstern of Tillman’s Roadhouse Fort Worth. Read more

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