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Hydroponically grown red butterhead lettuce at Profound Microfarms
Food & Drink

Let’s Explore How Dallas Dining Got So Exciting

A new generation of chefs and farmers has ushered the city out of the culinary dark ages. But there are other things afoot, too.
DeGeorge and the world's largest pepper mill
Dallas History

The Man With the 8-Foot Pepper Mill

Ever the showman, Nick DeGeorge Sr. was Dallas’ first celebrity restaurateur.
By Amy Severson
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History of Dallas Food

History of Dallas Food: The Bowen House

Rumor has it that the ghost of Mary Bowen haunts the space.
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Bars

History of Dallas Food: Tom Garrison’s Stoneleigh P

Things are the same, yet different, at this 44-year-old bar and grill.
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History of Dallas Food

History of Dallas Food: Lucas Farms in Mesquite

Faithon P. Lucas should be honored as the most prolific farm-to-table restaurateur in Dallas.

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Celebrity Chefs

The Epicurean World Master Chefs Society to Honor Chef Ewald Scholz  

On June 5, the Epicurean World Master Chefs Society will pay tribute to Ewald Scholz, one of the greatest chefs to ever cook in Dallas.
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Dallas History

Greatest Dallasites: Adelaida “Mama” Cuellar (No. 78)

The woman behind El Chico.
By Mico Rodriguez, Co-founder of Mi Cocina and founder of Mesero
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History of Dallas Food

Memorial Services for Chef Willy Rossel Announced

Rossel is considered by many to be the founding father of classical cuisine in Dallas.