• Location: Dallas
  • Favorite foods: italian, bbq, mexican, tex mex, pho, sushi, etc etc etc
  • Last bite on earth: carnitas taco with all the good shit

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SXSW Guide: Where to Eat in Austin

torchy's is alright but papalote is a similar concept with a more authentic slant and likely won't be as crowded. Also Elizabeth st cafe is dope for modern vietnamese, and I second barley swine wholeheartedly

Seriously Delicious Holiday Giveaway: Korin Knife

Wusthof classic ikon with the blackwood handle

Chorizo Stuffed JalapeƱos

@flavorcountry we've got a lot of goats in texas, makes sense to me

Cook the Book: 'The Homesick Texan Cookbook'

As a Texan myself I love lisa's blog. I read paupered chef frequently and always trust a smitten kitchen recipe if it pops up on google

Labor Day Giveaway: Tenderloin Filets and Cedar Grilling Planks

Ribeyes, hot italian sausage from jimmy's in Dallas when I make it home, skirt steak, asparagus, almost anything really

Cook the Book: 'The Glorious Pasta of Italy'

My grandmother's pasta with clams and mussels, love that shit

Hard Taco Shells: Yea or Nay?

if you fry the shells yourself they can be pretty damn good. and if you make San Antonio style puffy tacos, everyone will agree they're the shit - all the puff keeps your fillings in

Cook the Book: 'The Butcher's Guide to Well-Raised Meat'

attention to the well-being of the animal being raised as well as the environmental impact of its raising. usually tastes pretty good as well

Cook the Book: 'Latin Grilling'

flank or skirt with chimichurri, on what is that shit not perfect?

Weirdest Sausage We've Ever Eaten: Rattlesnake and Rabbit at Wurst Tex in Austin

I really like the buckwurst sausage here (smoked venison and pork with cheddar I think), I guess it's probably the strangest combo I've had. I'll have to try this out

Cook the Book: 'Goat: Meat, Milk, Cheese'

I can't remember the exact name but it's an Ethiopian dish similar to yebeg wott but with goat. Immediately endearing to my Texan sensibilities

Barbeque places in Texas.

Being from Dallas I have to admit we really don't have BBQ on lock. I like Goode company and the swinging door but I'm not really fully knowledgeable of the Houston scene

Cook the Book: 'The Southern Foodways Alliance Community Cookbook'

hush puppies, catfish, fried okra, chicken fried steak, fried pork chops, all delicious fried things

Recipes for April 20th

Hahaha nice. Where was this when I was in college

Subway Falafel

that banter was pretty annoying

How do you cook your pheasant?

i've done pheasant in phyllo with goat cheese, some herbs, and roasted red peppers and people were pretty into it. also have done it grilled and it was just as good

charcoal grill

extremely happy with my weber

What Makes Sushi Good

nothin wrong with the grill and a shiner...i'll leave that cocktail business up to you ;)

What Makes Sushi Good

texas is stepping its sushi game up! some pretty tight spots are popping up around dallas, anyway

Rice in Burritos: Yea or Nay?

i'm usually for it if i know the place does it well