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Mexican Bologna Smuggler Busted at the Border

I know, this little story I am about to tell you has nothing to do with Dallas other than the fact that I read DMN editor Bruce Tomaso’s post on Scoop. According to Tomaso, whose witty reporting on the opening of In-N-Out Burger gave us the phrase “hot on fries,” U.S. Customs and Border Protection […]

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Vongeertsem Butcher Shop in Dallas is Closed

According to editor-in-chief, Wick Allison, Vongeertsem Butcher Shop in Oak Lawn is closed.  I’m not sure if they are still working with Artizone, the groovy online grocery store. (Have you tried it?) Anywhoo, I feel guilty for not shopping there and supporting the efforts of owner Greg Geerts. It’s a loss for the local independent […]

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Food Attack From the East Coast: Murray’s Cheese Shop is Hitting Dallas

With our ferocious invasion of the In-N-Out‘s double-doubles under control, we turn to face our next assault: conjugated linoleic acid from Murray’s Cheese on Bleecker Street in New York City.  No, we don’t need any rope, conjugated linoleic acid is a good thing. It is one of the healthy fats (love it!) found in cheese. […]

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Starting Tonight, You Can Taste The Classics at Bijoux

Tonight (May 17 to 20) and again on June 17 & 18, Bijoux will be presenting their “Classics” menu featuring Bijoux and Chef Scott Gottlich’s time-honored favorites. In a five-course meal that pays homage to fond memories of sumptuous celebrations, Chef Gottlich plan to serve traditional dishes like oysters Rockefeller, beef Wellington or stuffed lobster […]

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