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Richardson High School Culinary Program Wins Local Competition

“In days to come, your memory we’ll cherish. Through the years, we’ll still be true.”—lyrics from the Richardson High School fight song. Oh, Richardson High, my alma mater. Class of 1970. (Hi, Pearl Jam!)  Good old RHS didn’t have an exemplary culinary magnet program back in my days—the only dish I learned to cook in […]

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Arctic Conditions Mini-Review: Fruia’s Tre Amici Prime Steakhouse & Seafood

We didn’t let the threat of a silly little ice storm keep us from eating at Tre Amici last night. However, the news of an impeding blizzard certainly kept bazillions of other Dallas diners from dining out. Perhaps the almost empty dining room of Tre Amici was the reason why our service was so gracious […]

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Bocuse d’Or Update

The office is quite a lonely place today. I’m keeping myself warm (it’s also freezing, thank you building managment) by reading about the Bocuse d’Or, a global culinary competition happening in Lyon, France today. It’s not just any competition, it’s the “Olympics of cooking,” according to the organizers. Founded by Paul Bocuse, it takes place […]

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