Young caterers in Dallas are vying to hire the preppiest staff to serve the spiffiest food at the classiest parties.
From Requiem for a Margarita. 1/2 ounce of Triple Sec (1 tablespoon) 1 ounce of fresh lime juice 1 1/2 ounces of light tequila Making the best margarita in town—at home—is not a matter of money. It does not depend on buying the best tequila or…
Tequila, tequila, everywhere, and not a drop in your margarita.
Cheese, onions, and a hearty broth will warm you up this fall.
So your kids struck out in baseball, tripped up in tap, and camp won’t take them back this summer? Try teaching them to cook.
The raw truth about out steaks and chops.
Tipping is a game of give and take. If all goes well, both waiter and diner do a lot of both.
Some days it seems like the complaints about restaurant reviews will never stop: “My family and I drove all the way from * * * on the strength of your good ole Anonymous and, like him, we received no special services—all to the tune of $35.15 for four of us.
In which our author goes sour on new-fangled cream.
Close your eyes and pretend it‘s roast beef.