Chow, Baby

La Onda del Sur

Chow, Baby
Looks like Salvadoran cuisine is the new black – at least for Chow, Baby, who loved everything about La CampiƱa SalvadoreƱa (1115 E. Pioneer Pkwy., Arlington) when it visited a couple of months ago and is eagerly lookin...


One Toe Over the Line

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Here we launch a new occasional series: Fort Worth Institutions That Chow, Baby Shame-Facedly Confesses It Hadn’t Been to Before.



For Les

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Chow, Baby never believed in ghosts until it got one of its own a few months back. As ghosts go, Les is pretty easy to live with; Chow, Baby has never even seen him, as his main activity seems to be haunting the fridge in the m...


My Name Is Chow, Baby

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Hot off the internet, from a page that contains big Hebrew letters so it must be accurate: “It is customary during the period before Yom Kippur [which begins at sunset Sunday this year] to visit … any person whom on...



Shiny Happy Eaters

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Chow, Baby likes shiny things but hates Denny’s, so it was glad to see a certain gleaming pre-fab building change ownership a few months ago.


Peanut Butter Jelly Time

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Here’s a question (notice Chow, Baby didn’t say it was a good question): When you were a little kid, what did you imagine lunchtime was like for grown-ups? There you are in the lunchroom, stroke of noon, pulling a h...



Being and Munchingness

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Chow, Baby’s father used to play a mind game he called Argentina. He’d begin it with “Name a country that starts with A.” His prey would answer, “Okay, Argentina.” “No, that’s not...


The Blame Game

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One might think, given how picky Chow, Baby can be, that it requests kitchen do-overs all the time. But no, not so much. A consequence of eating at so many funny-smelling restaurants is that Chow, Baby often winds up with a pla...



Rich Food

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Madea’s Down-Home Cooking (1019 W. Enon Av., Everman) is easy to find; just cruise around this five-square-mile city (takes about 10 minutes) until you see all the parked cars.


If I Were Kingfish

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Chow, Baby got to play several rounds of its favorite game, Second-Guess the Chef, last week at Kingfish (62 Main St., Colleyville). The seafood restaurant is the newest venture from David McMillan, the ex-Nana chef who opened ...