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Social’s Gone a Little Square

No, not like that. The mixologists at the chic spot Social have concocted a new cocktail to help their guests beat the summer heat. The square watermelon is made with Square One vodka, Midori, fresh watermelon juice and lime, poured over frozen watermelon ice cubes and served with a salted rim. It’s going to be insanely hot this weekend, but this drink sounds refreshing enough to cool us […]

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Central Market H-E-B Issues Precautionary Recall for Raw Serrano Peppers Following FDA Consumer Warning

People, is the sky is falling? First tomatoes, then jalapenos, now serrano peppers? Here’s the deal from our Miss Aimee at Central Market: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning advising consumers to avoid eating raw serrano peppers from Mexico to prevent additional cases of Salmonella illnesses. In response, Central Market […]

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The Art of Gastronomy

Every year, the McKinney Avenue Contemporary hosts its annual membership show where members are invited to submit art that speaks to them about a given topic. This year, the theme is gastronomia: erotica y estimulante. Members were asked what foods stimulate them and the submissions ranged from sexy citrus to seductive sweets. The exhibit runs through August, but if you’re on McKinney […]

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Celebrating with Cheesecake

I’m certain some Dishers will want to crucify me for thinking anyone would care to know this, but I’ll take my chances and report it anyway.  The Cheesecake Factory is celebrating it’s 30th anniversary and, for today only, all of their cheesecakes are $1.50 per slice for dine-in guests. So, if you fancy the factory, head over. If not, just ignore this. […]

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