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Eats Beat: Take-home tamales in a range of flavors – and prices

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Christmas dinner can be turkey-and-dressing. Read more

Eats Beat: Campo Verde near Arlington a Santa salsa stop

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Campo Verde’s Christmas lights are up. Read more

Eats Beat: Book soon for Christmas, or Yule be sorry

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A few hotels and prime steakhouses will serve Christmas brunch, along with family cafeterias and buffets. Read more

Eats Beat: Road’s open to the Ranch and barbecue

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The BBQ Ranch is open, despite mistaken “road closed” signs. Read more

Eats Beat: Lobsterama at Lucile’s

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This year, “happy holidays” means more than pumpkin and peppermint. Read more

Eats Beat: New faces, new dishes, new prices at Hedary’s Lebanese

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Joseph Hedary moves his popular Celaborelle menu to the family’s legacy Ridglea location. Read more

Eats Beat: New dishes at old favorites, and a new owner at the Rooster

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You just thought you knew all about Yogi’s breakfasts or The Lunch Box sandwiches and salads. Read more

Eats Beat: Turkey dinners for $100, please — or closer to $10

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You could spend a lot of money being thankful Thursday. Read more

Eats Beat: Not too late for Turkey Day

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The best Thanksgiving dinners are booked. Read more

Eats Beat: For chef Jon Bonnell, best-2-out-of-3 means a lunchtime winner

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Chef Jon Bonnell has two of the top three restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth. Read more

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