Nestled near the Dallas North Tollway and surrounded by the Bent Tree North neighborhood lies a quiet place, frozen in time.
Several Far North Dallas neighbors with cherished recipes are sharing the stories behind their favorite recipes this month.
Vinokur’s small, one-room studio at Hillcrest and McCallum brings the world of music to babies, toddlers and parents.
“There’s nobody in the country focused on just dark chocolate cakes,” says Prestonwood Meadows resident Jill Frank-Edwards.
Call it what you will: Champagne, sparkling wine, bubbly, Cava or Prosecco. But whatever you call it, this is the time of year when the wine with all the fizzy
“I was driving down Coit Road near J.J. Pearce High School,” she says. “There was a dog going in and out of traffic and cars were slamming on their brakes.”
The seasonally challenged are those who know that their lives are not like that, and they are all too aware of the chasm between the real and the ideal.
The store is a “melting pot”, featuring authentic foods from many countries such as Mexico, Argentina and Cuba.
What legitimate delicacy is soaked in lye, gives off a stench reminiscent of rancid meat, jiggles on the plate in the manner of a glob of greasy gelatin, and tastes
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