Were you there last night? If not, you missed out on the greatest celebration of the year so far. Fort Worth Woman and I were lucky enough to attend this event with our husbands. There was a special beer, the lucky monkey, created by Rahr Brewing. Live music provided by Daisy and then there was… Continue reading Happy One Year Cannon Chinese Kitchen
He is more awesome than this other Guy although with less hair! There are certain people in this world that you are meant to be friends with. One of mine is Jason Wynn a/k/a Texas Food Guy. I first saw Jason’s drool worthy food photos on Instagram. Immediately I hit the “follow” button. What I… Continue reading Do you know Texas Food Guy?
The World’s Most Interesting Man and I feel the exact same way. Y’all I freaking love, love, love tamales. And when I discovered Hot Damn Tamales here in Fort Worth, I lost my mind. I saw the sign and like a moth to the flame I was drawn. Hot Damn Tamales is a family… Continue reading And I was like Oh…Hot Damn Tamales!
Jimmy and I had the exact same reaction when I found out that I didn’t have to get on 35 to get my kolache fix here in Fort Worth. I recently met with Wade G. Chappell, the main man behind Pearl Snap Kolaches. Wade is a native Fort Worthian, who along with his partner, Greg… Continue reading Pearl Snap Kolaches – better than your Babicka’s
I’m all about buying local and certainly eating local as much as possible. When I ran across the Shop Small Fort Worth Instagram account, I was excited to see what local businesses existed that I wasn’t aware of. I met with Whitney Howell who is the brains behind Shop Small. Whitney, owns a home based… Continue reading Shop Small Fort Worth – buy local y’all!
There are times that fate just steps in. A few weeks ago during the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, I was looking for somewhere to have lunch. Well y’all know that West 7th area can be crazy. So my husband and I happened past La Familia and there was an empty space right in… Continue reading La Familia – where it is really about family
To tell the story of Acre requires more than one post. There is a lot going on but more than just the building, the booze, coffee or food, it’s the people you should know. The ones that make Acre possible. I talked about Tony Formby, the owner, in the previous post a little. Tony hails… Continue reading Acre Distilling & Coffee Co – There’s a new brew in town – Part 2
Okay start singing that line to the tune of The Eagles, There’s a New Kid in Town. You know you want to! Seriously though I recently had the opportunity to visit Acre over on Calhoun. This place is an entirely new concept for Fort Worth. The idea is that you can go from coffee to… Continue reading Acre Distilling & Coffee Co. – There’s a new brew in town – Part 1.
Hey y’all. I apologize for the long time, no post but I was busy with the holidays and traveling. I’m happy to be back in CowTown. Okay enough about my hiatus, let’s talk about my recent meeting with the awesome ladies at Selling the Fort. Karly Johnston and Ashley Sartain are two of Fort Worth’s… Continue reading Getting to Know Selling the Fort
That’s Cannon Chinese Kitchen’s goal is to make you feel like you are dining at your grandma’s house. That is if your grandma owned a cute little bungalow and made the most kick ass Chinese dumplings that I’ve ever eaten. I don’t know about yours but my grandma did not so I’m happy to have… Continue reading Dining at Grandma’s – Cannon Chinese Kitchen.