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The Ferrer family owns Segura Viudas and Freixenet, famous for their Spanish Cava (a sparkling wine called Freixenet) is now offering an Italian sparkler. They partnered with the Collavini family, who have been making Prosecco for over a century northeastern Italy.The result is Voveti Prosecco (approx. $17 at Sigels and Mr. G.). Recently, they held a release release party at Scott and Cooner, a showroom stuffed to the gills with Italian furniture from the Milan Furniture Fair. Jump for other cool Italian stuff. Continue reading "Voveti Prosecco Introduced In Dallas"
The end of the school year is upon us and our wonderful teachers finally get to slow down a bit. My kid’s teacher, Miss Robinson a saint who teaches 23 5-year-old kids for 8-hours a day, wants to take some cooking classes this summer, so I ask you, dear Dishers: which one do you recommend? She doesn’t just want to be entertained, she really wants to learn something. Have you taken classes from Central Market, Duo, Milestone Culinary Arts, or Sur la Table? Tell me which one you like or don’t like.9 Comments »
SsahmBBQ truck is almost ready to roll through Dallas. Entrepreneurs Andy Park and Joey Hong are ramping up to bring gourmet Korean BBQ tacos to you. They’ll be serving lunch, dinner, and late night in various. Check their progress Ssahm BBQ on Twitter or Facebook. Or, to make it really easy on you, HERE.4 Comments »
When Ferran Adrià closes El Bulli on July 31, culinary connoisseurs across the globe will mourn its death. But they won’t feel bad for long. Dr. Miguel Sánchez Romera, a Spanish neurologist and chef has a cure. In June, he will leave L’Esguard, outside Barcelona, to make his debut in the “kitchen” at Romera in New York. His vision: we eat with our brains not our stomach, hence: Neurogastronomy. Dr. Romera’s cuisine makes El Bulli sound like McDonald’s. Wall Street Journal writer Kathy McLaughlin, reports:
I was starving when we started, but by the end of the tasting, I was sated, stuffed even. Amazing, considering that I’d not eaten a single bite of food and consumed almost no calories. The chef’s entire presentation consisted of multicolored waters, served in tiny cordial stemware, warmed to just over body temperature and flavored with ingredients he’d bought at the farmer’s market.
Anywhoo, here is the whole story. Shall we look for pricey white plates filled with colorful food/water in Dallas, oh say, around never?2 Comments »
Nope, you haven’t traveled back to the year 2006. The Dallas Mavericks really are in the NBA Finals again against the Miami Heat. The first two games are out of town, so we’ve compiled your best bests for watching the game with a crowd. Game 1 is tonight at 8 p.m.24 Comments »