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Celebrity Chefs

Tim Love is Poppin Up in Fort Worth With Oficina

Fort Worth's celebrity cowboy chef is suddenly Spanish.
By Nancy Nichols |

Tim Love has a fancy test kitchen in Fort Worth. He likes to show you that he can do more than cook citified cowboy food. From February 15-18, Love will be flexing his ¿quién-es-más-macho? Spanish muscles when he transforms his test kitchen into Oficina.

If you’ve never had the pleasure of getting up close and personal with chef Love, I suggest you find $95 and some spare change for tax and gratuity and stick a rose in your mouth and go. Price includes cocktail, five courses, two glasses of wine and coffee. Other wine from Love’s cellar and cocktails are available for purchase. Includes complimentary valet.713 N. Main St., Fort Worth. 817-624-9712.

Here’s what you’ll put in your stomach:

Jamón Ibérico
Pan con Tomate
“Jamón y Huevos”
Mushroom Croquetas

Primero (Choice Of)
Fluke Crudo, Grilled Fennel, Texas Grapefruit
Soft Scrambled Eggs, White Truffle, Shallot, Manchego
Razor Clams a la Plancha, Spicy Garlic

Veal Consommé, Ice Rock, Amaro

Segundo (Choice Of)
Gambas de Ajo y Chile
Crispy Chipirones, Aioli

Tercero (Choice Of)
Smoked Goat-Stuffed Piquillo Peppers, Bone Broth
Slow Roasted Pork Belly, Sugar Cane Skewers, Pipian

Cuarto (Choice Of)
Fideo, Chorizo, Clams, Smoked Paprika Aioli
Hanger Steak, Five Onions, Sofrito, Foie Gras

Crema Catalana, Deep Fried Bay Leaves
Black Olive Cake, Chocolate Ganache, Olive Oil Ice Cream

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