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This Reality TV Showdown is a Family Affair with Plenty of Surprise Twists. Two Dallas chefs might just learn that if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Beto (no, not that Beto) and Julian Rodarte, the chefs behind Mexican restaurant Beto and Son, are going head to head with celebrity chef Bobby Flay on his Food Network show Beat Bobby Flay. The nail-biting, mouth-watering episode airs on Thursday, October 18th at 9 pm.

With Halloween quickly approaching, it’s officially chocolate-eating season. Take things up a notch from the average grocery store candy bar with creations by a handful of amazing chocolatiers in DFW.

Fort Worth – If your Instagram is looking sweeter, you have Kate Weiser Chocolates to thank.

The restaurant boasts the incubator’s youngest restaurateur and locally sourced Mexican food. It’s a hit.

The global food theme park that is Trinity Groves drew hundreds to its Around the World event on August 19, 2018

Today we’d like to introduce you to Jessica Kate-Martinez.

You can only find Bingbox in one of two places: their original New York City location and their newest outpost in Dallas’ Trinity Groves. Do we feel that makes us special? Yeah, OK, a little bit. What’s truly special about this Korean shaved ice joint, though, is texture — their mastery of incredibly light, wispy snowflake-like bingsu sets them apart.

Who run the world? Dallas, Texas is home to one of the most vibrant, eclectic culinary cultures in the country right now. From a picturesque park featuring around-the-clock food trucks to an entire district dedicated to debuting food as an art-form, there is no shortage of novel experiences to try in this southern city.

Lime + salt + tequila = perfection. Whether on the rocks, frozen, or infused with fruit, margaritas are Dallas’ favorite cocktail. This classic combination of lime juice, salt, tequila, is perfect on its own, yet somehow more interesting when tricked up with smoky mezcal, fresh fruit purees, and inventive garnishes.

Dallas is known for many things, but what gives the Big D its sabor picante are all the Latinos that call it home. And if there’s one thing Hispanics know how to do, it’s how to throw it down on the dance floor.