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Eats Beat: Fort Worth chef takes NY spin, then home for specials

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Star-Telegram

Grace chef Blaine Staniford is on his way to cook a $170 dinner Monday night at the James Beard House in New York. Read more

Eats Beat: An Aspen comeback at the ’Shroom

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DFW.com

The Wild Mushroom Steakhouse is going Ridglea retro. Read more

Eats Beat: TV cameras find Cattlemen’s shrimp. (But not the calf-fries pizza.)

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Cooking Channel

TV has found Cattlemen’s Steak House. Read more

Eats Beat: No fancy burgers at Greasy Bend

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DFW.com

George Palmer would like to dispel any rumors about Greasy Bend Burgers going froufrou. Read more

Eats Beat: Plenty of cinnamon-multigrain in these giant pancakes

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Star-Telegram

River Oaks Cafe serves pancakes the size of basketballs. Read more

Eats Beat: IDC Burgers outpost ready for business in Stockyards

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Star-Telegram

The Stockyards has fresh meat, with a new burger joint and with Grady Spears’ Horsehoe Hill Cafe close to opening. Read more

Eats Beat: Peachniks find way to Parker Peach Festival

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Star-Telegram

In Weatherford, this is the Week of the Peach. Read more

Eats Beat: A new chill for Burleson

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Star-Telegram

What better day than July 4 to sell hot dogs and icy desserts? Read more

Eats Beat: Hot dogs go from all-American to all kinds

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Handout photo

At some point, July Fourth became the Hot Dog Holiday. Read more

Eats Beat: In its 35th year, J & J Oyster is still crackin’

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Trailhead1848.com

Can this really be the 35th year for J&J Oyster Bar? Read more

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