Y’all fried chicken is my comfort food. Words cannot express how much I love fried chicken. When I’m sad, when I’m happy, when I’m whatever…I can eat some delicious yard bird. I believe that cast iron frying pans were invented specifically to fry chicken. You can blame my momma for this obsession. Growing up, I… Continue reading Today is my holiday – National Fried Chicken Day.
I decided to try something new with the blog. Y’all we all love a great adult beverages but who exactly is making those? Well I decided to do some blog posts featuring some of the best bartenders in Cowtown. Today’s video features Dean Nunez from Acre Distillery. I previously talked about Dean in a blog… Continue reading Shaking it up in Cowtown
First things first, the bar is open!!! Taco Heads opened their new bar about 3 weeks ago and it is awesome. This pretty much sums up my reaction when I heard that it was finally open. I recently sat down with Sarah Castillo, one of the owners of Taco Heads to talk about how she… Continue reading Let’s Taco about Taco Heads
Last night Shinjuku Station celebrated their 5th anniversary here in Fort Worth with a fantastic party. Even the storms couldn’t suppress this party. Instead of the usual menu, Yatai was served. There was also a cotton candy booth, photo booth (which I and owner, Casey took advantage of), calligraphy, music and staff dressed at their… Continue reading Shinjuku Celebrates 5 Years!
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
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
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.