Sigel’s is “rolling out” a partnership with several Dallas food trucks as well as Il Cane Rosso. The trucks will be pulling up at Sigel’s Greenville, Addison, and Sigel’s Elite (the store at 3209 N. Fitzhugh). The events with Nammi truck as well as Il Cane Rosso will include wine tastings. This will be one of your best opportunities to try Gandolfo’s NY Deli, Ssahm Korean BBQ, and Nammi Vietnamese fare. Here’s the schedule as of today. We’ll update you on any changes.
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We already know that parsley, as a garnish, is out and micro greens are in. Also, a hamburger is not a hamburger unless it has a pickle or cornichon skewered to the top bun. Today, I predict the demise of the jalapeno and the rise of the guajillo pepper. I know it’s a bold statement, but I’m feeling bold and douchey today. So, if you have anything better to suggest, I’m all (deleted).3 Comments »
There is some mighty big bragging on the soon-to-open Velvet Taco’s website. Due to open in July, they claim:
A new kind of taco is coming. A taco that will change your world. A taco that will change the world.
I can’t wait for the world to change. I hope it will be one without douchey bars and taco gourmet burger cupcakes. See you at 3012 Henderson Avenue in July.17 Comments »
Does anyone actually like the taste of a typical hot dog? Isn’t it always about the condiments?
Spanish wine maker Alvaro Palacios of Palacios Remondo Winery was in Dallas recently for the Spanish promotion at Central Market and I had a chance to visit with him and sample his impressive wines from Rioja.
At 18 Alvaro knew his purpose was to be a winemaker. Yes, it was the tradition of his family, as he is a 5th generation wine maker, but he had a choice to follow in the family business or branch out on his own as several of his 8 siblings had.