It has oolong Tea Leaves, cinnamon, rose petals and cardamom (that is what
you tasted in it), the rest are very subtle, they just round out the flavor.
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A photo-takin’ Disher with a nose for news sends a link to a new reality TV show—Hurl—that will debut this summer on G4. You don’t have to use too much of your imagination—contestants are force fed a plate load of food and then forced to run obstacle courses or hang upside down until they, well, hurl. I am speechless. Please write a great kicker below.
Can you say kimchi? I thought you could. Sasha Kim, who recently sold her popular NAAN restaurant in Plano, will be open NAAN Allen Korean Grill and Sushi Bar in the new shops at Watters Creek in July. Which begs the question: Is Allen the new Plano? We could go around and around on this all day. Sasha promises “one of the areas hippest dining experiences” with a menu features “traditional dishes such as spicy pork and kimchi stir fry; Korean style pancakes with rock shrimp, calamari, crab and scallions; and lunch –time Bento Boxes.” Interesting, isn’t it?1 Comment »
I had a lovely dinner at one of Dallas’ finer steak houses last night. After a lovely Caesar, two Berkshire pork chops, and a handful of sweet potato fries, I was served this 7-layer tower of chocolate calories topped with little slivers of shaved chocolate, blueberries, and raspberries. This is the only size they serve—Dishers, it weighs 4 pounds. Guess the restaurant?
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