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From the monthly archives: July 2017

Does the sandwich promoted by the Jersey Shore cast win the Snooki stamp of approval?

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There’s a second Roman cuisine you likely haven’t tried.

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Make your own version of the drink using local ingredients—or let the bartender do it for you.

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Katie Walsh comments on a recent article in the Daily Texan:

The chile relleno at Matt’s El Rancho in Austin—which was Lyndon B. Johnson’s favorite dish here—came covered in queso instead of ranchero sauce, by request.

My sister Julia ordered the Grilled Old Fashioned tacos, which we’ve been eating here for at […]

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Sicilian pizza maker Luciano Carciotto is bringing his award-winning pizza skills to Evelyn’s Park.

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Reincarnated recipe from the past.

Back in May I was at my sister’s house in Missouri and one night she made a cheese ball. Ohhh, cheese balls, I use to love them. A couple of months ago I bought a ready made one at the grocery and thought it was awful and maybe that’s why I quit making them.

But the cheese ball my sister made was so tasty, creamy and one of those food things you can’t just take one bite. Even my grandson, Thomas, ate it and wanted more. This cheese ball (spread) is a recipe I’m […]

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Smothered pork chops were the special on Thursday at Mama Frances Soul Kitchen. The pork chop plate comes with a mound of homemade mashed potatoes and savory brown gravy plus two sides. I went for some very porky tasting mixed collard and mustard greens and the creamy black-eyed peas.

The five-table restaurant’s slogan […]

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Beyond Beltway 8, there’s high-quality, low-cost sushi to be found.

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Two favorite food trucks meet one Midtown mess hall.

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These days, every ingredient counts in a cocktail—not just the booze.

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