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Not fancy, just fabulous: Righteous Foods’ multigrain waffle with fresh fruit juice and acai bowl.

A Righteous Start

Market + Table = Good

Blue’s Viet-Cajun

Students at T.A. Sims Elementary School tend their garden. Lee Chastain

Farm to (Fancy) Table

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Fancy Ranch

Lou Lambert is a great storyteller. Ask about any dish he's created, and he'll have a yarn to go with it. But perhaps his...

Taste of Europe — and Russia

Since taking over this column (it will be four years next week), I’ve touted Arlington as the best bang-for-buck food town in Tarrant County....

How ’Bout Dat

One look at a soursop-an ugly, green, bumpy, pear-shaped alleged fruit, related to the cherimoya (if that helps you place it)-and the only possible...

First Look Again: Tokyo Café

I won’t pretend to be objective about the re-opening of Tokyo Café (5121 Pershing Av, 817-737-8568) this week. The venerable Japanese eatery has been...
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For Mature Audiences

The fact that I don’t have children has never stopped me from judging parents who can’t control their brood in public. I was at...

FrankenKitchen, It’s Alive!

None of the 40 or so guests at a recent pop-up were receptive when I referred to FrankenKitchen as Adrian Hulet’s Monster. Few people...
Tina’s tasty tacos are only $1.99 a pop. Lee Chastain

Tina’s Cocina: Mex-Mex

Tina’s Cocina occupies space in one of the few strip malls on West Magnolia Avenue, and owner Juan Solis didn’t spend much of his...

Toast Points: Eat Early, Healthy, and Away

Every year around this time, I convince myself that this is going to be the year when I get in shape, finish that novel...

Chow, Baby Schaden-fried

I couldn’t help but feel guilty as I sat in the massive dining room of Chop House Burgers (2230 Park Row Dr., 817-459-3700). I...

Little Germany: Big Flavors

There’s this Tim Allen bit from the early ’90s where he disparages German food thusly: “If you can’t shove it into an animal casing,...