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Here’s Where You Can Snag Mooncakes in Time for Saturday’s Mid-Autumn Festival

Find some mooncakes to share with your loved ones ahead of this weekend’s mid-autumn festival, a tradition celebrated by Asian countries that honors the harvest moon.
By Nataly Keomoungkhoun
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Food & Drink

12 Days of Christmas Cookies, Baked Locally

These DFW delights are anything but cookie-cutter.
By D Home
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Holidays

Confessions of a Gingerbread Gunner

"All the angels are gone, son. There's only devils left." —John Dutton
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Dessert

A New Documentary Slices Up the Corsicana Fruitcake Scandal

Celia Aniskovich's Fruitcake Fraud takes a deep dive into the embezzlement saga involving an executive at the famed Collin Street Bakery.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Asian

Where to Bite Into Chewy, Fried Mochi Doughnuts in North Texas

If you haven’t yet basked in the bouncy texture of these Japanese pastries, now is the time.
By Cat Nguyen

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Celebrity Chefs

The 2021 Piehole Project Lineup Makes Me Love My City

A pie is a pie is a pie—until our city’s chefs put their fingers in it.
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Baking

8 Dallas Spots Taking Conchas to Beautifully Creative Heights

Don't underestimate the power of the Mexican pan dulce to rival any other in softness and sheer beauty.
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Dessert

It’s Hot. Go Check Out These Dallas Shaved Ice Spots to Quell the Heat.

Aside from camping in the AC-blessed indoors, an icy treat is sure to cool you down.
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Dessert

A Few Incredible Desserts to Eat in Dallas Right Now

Chilled coconut milk soup. Elevated gas station snack cakes. Mind-blowing ice cream.
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Chefs

Four Dallas Latinas on Putting Their Personal Spin on Beloved Mexican Staples

Through artful conchas to scratch-made horchata, four local culinary leaders pour their heart—and heritage—into their goods.