Stay tuned to the “As the Taco Turns” story going on over at Avila’s on Maple Avenue. All future updates will take place here. Not. Pretty.
Also, chef Matthew “Fingers of TIE Flurry” Antonovich is giving Robert Wilonsky a run for his typing money. This morning comes another lengthy revision of his soon-to-open concept which has morphed from a Thai Steakhouse to a tavern. The end result will be located “just a drive by the Arts, the American Airlines Event Center, Dallas World Trade Center and Dallas Market.” It’s all below.
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This is the last post for Valentine’s Day dining options in Dallas. Open his link and you will find romantic options from restaurants, bakeries, and take-out spots. If you are a restaurant and you are not on this list, please post your information in the comments section.4 Comments »
What a great day to eat pancakes. Breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner! Norma’s Café serves great pancakes all day. Recently, we sent Teresa Gubbins to check out the newest Norma’s in Farmers Branch North Dallas. I think she likes it. Almost as much as Miss Yvonne really, really likes Cowboy Curtis’ jheri curl mullet.2 Comments »
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One lucky Disher is getting the puck out of cold dodge. She’s headed south and begs the question:
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Dishers, do you have any good restaurants recommendations for Panama City, Panama and/or San Jose, Costa Rica? I’m open to any kind of food and any price point.
Today, Katy Purwin and Christine Cochran, the two young and hungry chicks behind the Young & Hungry blog, share their recipe for pasta alla carbonara.
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Tony Bourdain famously declared his love for eggs with some rather unsavory language (reference No Reservations Chicago if you don’t know what I’m talking about.) While I might have chosen different wording, I certainly understand his predilection for all things egg, delicious little protein bombs that they are. Then when I saw a Mario Batali recipe that combines eggs with the other food that brings me to my knees–-pasta–I knew I was destined to create my own version at home.
Mario calls this pasta in the style of the refrigerator man, or pasta alla carbonara. Any way you choose to say it, it’s light and lovely. The egg coats the pasta such that it creates creamy, salty strands of heaven on the tongue, a perfect dish for a cold winter’s night.