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Peaches: Not just for Weatherford anymore

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The Parker County Peach Festival is Saturday, but Fort Worth restaurants also have begun to add peach menu items. Read more

Cancún is a short sail away in Fort Worth; also, free Blaze pizza

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Cancún Mexican Restaurant opened when ceviche and vuelve à la vida shrimp cocktail were new here. Read more

‘Come and Get It’? McDonald’s using Texan heroism to sell burgers

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The “Come and Take It” flag is a symbol of Texas’ proudest moment, when Anglo immigrants’ defiance at Gonzales triggered the war for independence. Read more

Why not every city can get a Babe’s: North Richland Hills is next

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Not every city can get a Babe’s Chicken Dinner House. Read more

Glen Rose for barbecue, Joshua for Texas-meets-Tex-Mex

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The new Chisholm Trail Parkway now leads to breakfast, lunch or dinner. Read more

Why’d that Fort Worth restaurant close?

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Two local restaurants closed this week, and neither seemed like a good idea. Read more

Want it your way? Try Hurst, Arlington for grilled cheese, doughnuts

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Welcome to the Build-Your-Own generation. Read more

Uncorking a new West 7th pizza pub at Cork & Pig

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We never used to get excited about West Texas restaurants moving to town. Read more

Veggies, new restaurants growing in Alliance-Keller-Roanoke area

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Almost every week, a new chain restaurant with some interesting concept opens in north Tarrant County. Read more

BBQ on the Brazos has been in the news for its ’cue, too

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Some of us knew John Sanford before his barbecue restaurant was famous. Read more

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