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Chow, Baby

The Way We Were (I Think)

Ray’s Prime Steakhouse & Seafood (3206 Winthrop Ave.) has been open since last summer, but this was Chow, Baby’s first visit, as it’s in...

A Three-Sashimi Lunch

One thing about not leaving the house much for a couple of weeks, you don’t spend a lot of money on dining out....

Feed a Cabin Fever

Last week’s icy roads and rolling blackouts (no TV for several minutes at a time!) meant that homebound Chow, Baby actually had to turn...

Beyond Tex-Mex

It’s great that we have company coming and all, except for the part where Chow, Baby is supposed to be on best behavior, sitting...

On Any Given Sunday

The drawbacks to all-you-can-eat buffets are legion: the near-obligation to overeat, because after the first bite it’s all “free”; too often the food is...

Same Ol’ (Non-Evil) Chuy’s

According to its college smoochie and still good pal — see, it can happen — Chow, Baby spent a significant portion of its U-years...

Same Reason Willie Sutton Robbed Banks

Moving quickly from the Pet Peeve list into Berserk Button territory: people who whine that Chow, Baby eats in Arlington too much (averaging once...

Saturday Night’s All Right for Terra

Usually when old college buddy Joe, a.k.a. Mr. Award-Winning Food Editor of the Washington Post, passes through on his annual holiday Texas tour, Chow,...

Trends, Schmends

As Chow, Baby has said many times before, nothing makes life easier for a columnist than saying the same things over and over again....

Pork Chop Pit Stop

If you happen to be cruising along FM 1187 for no particular reason, Jorge’s Mexican Restaurant (100 S. Front St., Aledo) makes a great...