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This famous Dallas chef will be serving SPAM corny dogs from a food truck

Dean Fearing is one of the founding father’s of Southwestern food. Now he’s embracing Spam, the Hawaiian treat. Or maybe just the fame that comes with embracing Spam. Fearing is the Dallas spokeschef for the SPAMERICAN Tour, “a coast-to-coast culinary journey” at which, Spam says in an email to the Hatch, “attendees will be treated to one-of-a-kind complimentary recipe Continue reading →

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Grab free food, cheap drinks at premiere of Knuckle Sandwich Co., new from barman “Lucky” Campbell

Eddie “Lucky” Campbell announced today that he and his business partners have opened Knuckle Sandwich Co., a new bar and grill in the former Vagabond space on Lower Greenville. “Ladies & Gentlemen, I am beyond Proud to announce Tonight We are Officially Opening Knuckle Sandwich Co. for Friends/Family/&Industry!!! Come join us for Cheap Drinks & Free Sandwiches as we Continue reading →

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Guest chef taking over Fearing’s kitchen for important Cinco de Mayo dinner

Eric Dreyer, the chef de cuisine at Fearing’s restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton Dallas, tells Hatch that he and Dean Fearing have invited a Mexico chef to take over their kitchen for Cinco de Mayo this year, and Dreyer says the guy is really talented. The guest chef will be José Meza Arróyave, the top toque at Restaurante Carolina Continue reading →

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McKinney’s top chef is hosting a Texas beer dinner this weekend

I am crazy about chef Robert Lyford’s cooking and Patina Green, the lovely restaurant in downtown McKinney that Lyford owns with his wife Kaci. This Saturday, April 23, Lyford offers a strong reason to check him out. Saturday night at 7:30, Lyford will host a five-course menu celebrating locally-sourced Texas produce and products paired with seven Texas craft Continue reading →

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Big Food Festival set for Addison in May

Taste Addison, the Dallas suburb’s sometimes-annual food festival, returns with 30 local restaurants and a three-day weekend of bites and booze on May 13-15. And it’s no longer called “Fork & Cork.” “While generous samples called “Taste Bites” at $1-3 will be served, participating restaurants will also offer larger portions for purchase for those wanting a bigger Continue reading →

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Here’s why you need to attend this weekend’s Ft. Worth Food & Wine Festival (hint: Burgers, brews and blues)

The best of Cowtown will strut this weekend at the Fort Worth Food & Wine Festival, the third annual party that features everything you love about Ft. Worth. Two of the festival’s founders, Russell Kirkpatrick and Mike Micallif, prove each year that they sure know how to throw a party. The lineup includes six signature events featuring 25 breweries, 10 Continue reading →

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This is why Dragonfly Restaurant chef Dan Landsberg is a rock star

Three cheers for Dan Landsberg, Alex Aland and their all-star team at Dragonfly, the marquee restaurant in Uptown Dallas’ Hotel Zaza. Last night, they celebrated the small-batch wines of Napa’s Kobalt Wines and its free-spirited owner/winemaker, Kevin Carriker. Like you, I’ve sat through my share of dinners hosted by droning winemakers, but until yesterday, I’d never sipped with one as Continue reading →

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