Wynnwood Catering & Special Events Purchased by Dean McSherry and Brian Black of PRS/PRMG

From the copy and paste press release department. Some interesting news. DALLAS, TEXAS (March 3, 2011) – Providing gracious hospitality and attainable luxury for twelve years strong, Wynnwood Catering & Special Events, the 2010 and 2011 American Association of Certified Wedding Planners (AACWP) Caterer of the Year, has found a new home. Dallas natives Dean […]

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EClaire Cafe Opens in Historic Katy Building

Chef and caterer Emily Ford Susman has brought her family cookbook downtown with the launch of EClaire Texas Cafe in the historic Katy building on Commerce St. The menu is pure Texas, combining the flavors and aromas that define Lone Star cooking. Think slow cooked meats in breakfast and lunch tacos, griddle sandwiches, and atop […]

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Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant in Dallas Saves Another Marriage

Anyone who’s said “I do” can tell you that marriage is as filled with pros (having a special someone who’s legally obligated to listen to you complain about Valentine’s Day, ingrown hairs, and the jackass who ate your sandwich/onion rings/pudding cup at work) as it is with cons (having someone who you’re legally obligated to […]

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Dallas is Hot: Food Trucks! Street Food! Clandestine Dining!

Well, the hottest topics in Dallas are food trucks and street food. We’ve got a column on the practicalities of mobile food in Dallas in our current issue. Last night, Channel 8 did a feature on the 10 pm news. (Murmur.) There are articles on the same topics coming from Canada! Today comes word that […]

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Let’s Build the Perfect Dallas Delicatessen

We’ve reminisced about old Dallas delicatessens (Phils, Gilbert’s, Wall’s) and we’ve criticized the new ones that failed (Roaster’s, Zinsky’s) and the one’s still in business (Deli-News).  Let’s pretend that we have been hired by a company to build the perfect delicatessen for Dallas. Big sandwiches? Great bagels? Acme smoked fish? What? Whaddayawant?! I say, bring […]

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Funky Gourmet Food Trucks in Dallas: Probably Not Going to Happen

I spent a few months researching funky food trucks in other cities. Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Washington D.C., and New York all have a variety of mobile food units that either tweet their locations or rely on a regular schedule. The most successful food truck operation is Kogi Korean BBQ in Los Angeles. The chef, […]

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George Catering in Dallas Presents a Seasonality Spinwheel

George and Katie Brown of GEORGE Catering are celebrating their 11th year in business by focusing their culinary attention to seasonality. When they aren’t driving their triplets to karate lessons, they devote time to their catering business and fundraising events for causes close to their hearts (see one below). Somewhat frustrated by clients asking for […]

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