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Friday, February 25, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
Lou Lambert (Lambert’s Steaks, Seafood & Whiskey), Terry “The Outlaw Chef” Chandler (Fred’s Texas Café), Molly McCook (Ellerbe Fine Foods), Lanny Lancarte (Lanny’s Alta Cocina Mexicana), Grady Spears (Grady’s), and others will do what they do best from 4 to 8 p.m. at Clear Fork Station (4971 E. I-20, Willow Park, just west of town) as part of a fund-raiser for Foodways Texas. A relatively new nonprofit organization devoted to “preserving, promoting, and celebrating Texas’ diverse food cultures,” FTX is modeled after the Southern Foodways Alliance, a similar, older group based in Oxford, Miss., focusing on Southern food.
The nonprofit organization devoted to Texas food holds a Fort Worth fund-raiser.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Insects are nutritious and easy to raise without harming the environment. They also have a nice nutty tasteWSJ: The Benefits of Eating Insects
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Join Foodways Texas and friends in Fort Worth on Sunday, February 20, for a benefit and party to launch Foodways Texas in the Fort Worth area. The Fort Worth Culinary Charreada will be a Sunday evening party with chuckwagons, Mexican dishes and food from favorite local chefs and farmers.
Terry Chandler and other cowboy cooks will offer old-fashioned campfire cooking from their chuckwagons, while Lou Lambert, Lanny Lancarte, Grady Spears, Dena Peterson, Molly McCook, Gerard Thompson, Jerrett Joslin, Gwin Grimes, Paula Lambert and other food geniuses will serve specialties from their Texas repertoire. Rahr Beer, Republic Tequila and Fall Creek Vineyard wines will be poured, and music will include mariachis and country groups. Kids’ activities are planned as well. Click the link below to buy tickets in advance.
Foodways Texas founding member and award-winning author Robb Walsh will be on hand, as will Marvin Bendele, Foodways Texas executive director. The two will present sneak-peek screenings of Foodways Texas film projects and talk about the first annual symposium, Gulf Coast Gathering, a celebration of seafood in Galveston, Feb. 25-26.
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Tom Pizzica travels to an hour west of Fort Worth, Texas to help the "outlaw chef" feed a bunch of working cowboys the old-fashioned way, off a chuck wagon with parts of the cow most folks won’t eat.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Fred's Texas Cafe in Fort Worth is the kind of place you take that new boyfriend or girlfriend to see if they can deal with it. If they can, they're a keeper. It's a complete dive, but the burgers are wonderful. The specialty is the Diablo Burger topped with chopped chipotle chiles, grilled onions and Swiss cheese. If you're really tough, you get some fresh-sliced jalapeños on top. - USA Today's Top 51 Burgers Nationwide All burgers are made from 100% pure Texas raised ground beef & come with lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion & mustard on a fresh grilled bun. **Cheeseburgers come with American Cheese unless otherwise specified**
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Starting this Saturday (Feb 12), RANCH OAK MARKET will start serving breakfast - BREAKFAST TACOS AND BREAKFAST SANDWICHES!! Our new hours (starting on Saturday) will be from 7am til 3pm Monday thru Saturday. 3005 Bledsoe Street in Fort Worth.
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
And a little progress. Limited kudos go to the United States Department of Agriculture, whose Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 — yes, it’s 2011, but they’re published every five years — are the best to date. We’re told to eat “less food” and more fresh foods; wise advice. But aside from salt, the agency buries mostly vague recommendations about what we should be eating less of: we’re admonished to drink “few or no” sodas — hooray for that — and “refined grains,” Solid Fats and Added Sugars. And there’s our fabulous acronym: SOFAS.