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Texas

  1. Fair Food
    Deep-Fried Cuban Roll Wins Top Award at State Fair of TexasIt defeated a deep-fried ball of Thanksgiving food.
  2. In Print
    Texas Writer David Leftwich Launching New Food Magazine, Sugar and RiceIssue No. 1 comes out this fall.
  3. Beer Me
    Manneken-Penn Belgo-American Hybrid to Debut at Philly Beer Week; Saucony CreekPlus Shiner, the “Yuengling of Texas,” also will soon begin showing up at bars and beers stores.
  4. Imports
    Texas Takeovers: Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse Considering Expansion ToThe movie theater serves food and drink in the same style as The Arclight.
  5. Klassy Kardashians
    Not So Bad After All? Khloé Kardashian Reportedly Kordial and KonsiderateShe frolicked at Dallas’s Medieval Times, leading one knight to call her his “lady.”
  6. Burgers
    Burger Bummer: Beef About to Get More ExpensiveIt’s the stupid weather’s fault.
  7. Lawsuits
    IHOP Sued by Fired Arab Muslim WorkersThe men claim repeated abuses, including annual emails telling them to “lay low” on September 11.
  8. Food Politics
    There Sure Has Been a Lot of Depressing Food Stamp News LatelyBut is there such a thing as food-assistance news that’s cheery?
  9. Mediavore
    Behind the Scenes of Cafe Gratitude Lawsuit; Texas Chef Stocks Guns in Food PotsHis arrest gives new meaning to “fire table eight.”
  10. Overnights
    Top Chef Premiere Recap: Butchering the ButchersGiddy up, pardners.
  11. Mediavore
    Ghosts Toast at Barney’s Beanery; L.A. Food Truck Fees IncreasingThere’s a ghost in the (beer) machine at the West Hollywood roadhouse.
  12. Mediavore
    Halloween Cancelled Due to Weather Woes; Texas Drought Effects RipplePlus a lobsterman’s lament and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  13. Mediavore
    $10,000 Burglary at Cafe Bizou; Carl’s Jr. Baking Biscuits From ScratchThe LAPD search is on in Sherman Oaks after a French restaurant is robbed of its dough.
  14. Mediavore
    Drought Ravages Texas Cattle Ranches; Sam Sifton Named National Editor of TheThe New York critic will leave his post for a major promotion.
  15. Mediavore
    Win Dinner With President Barack Obama; Rush Limbaugh Pushes TeaThe loudmouthed conservative has a new brand to hawk called Two If By Tea.
  16. Mediavore
    Sean Bean Stabbed At London Bar; Flavored Milk Banned at LAUSDThe Game of Thrones actor shakes it off, orders another beer.
  17. Mediavore
    World’s Biggest Falafel Ball Crowned; Man Eats 25,000 Big MacsThe new record holder weighs over 50 pounds!
  18. Mediavore
    In-N-Out Causes Tears in Texas; One-Third of Food Produced Goes To WasteBurgers make a young girl cry, while rich countries continue to waste ever precious resources.
  19. Mediavore
    Dining Sales Spike Upward; Demand at Food Banks Breaks RecordFood sales have been lifted, from fast food to fine-dining, while bread lines are becoming common in some regions.
  20. Mediavore
    Plastic Bag Ban Rejected; Roger Ebert Begins Food WritingThe senate shoots down environmentally-friendly legislature while a critic who can’t eat much has a knack for writing about eating.
  21. Mediavore
    Cake Boss Star Arrested; Vikings Raid L.A. RestaurantsRemy Gonzalez is being held on $300,000 bail for an alleged sexual assault, while a group of fake Norse invaders might be eying your table.
  22. Mediavore
    Philadelphia Officials Confiscate Cupcake Trucks; Try Fried Salad at the TexasThe city is confiscating cupcake trucks; are the disobedient cupcake entrepreneurs to blame?
  23. Empire Building
    The Boiling Crab Crawls Over to KoreatownThe Texas-born seafood chain makes its first push into the big city.
  24. Empire Building
    HNH BBQ Links Up With Brooklyn FleaPlus, Honeychiles serves “some of the best bar food in Brooklyn.” Today in Williamsburg pop-ups.
  25. Openings
    Texas Barbecue Pops Up at Trophy Bar TonightSmoked brisket and Meyer sausages straight from Texas.
  26. Openings
    The Salad Bowl Opening in Beverly Hills This WeekA Texas chain allows customers to create their own salads in Beverly Hills.
  27. Contests
    At Last, Brooklyn Chili Master DeclaredLocal chefs with Texas roots went head to head.
  28. Openings
    Kolaches Get Their Moment Today, But What About Pasties?One good Michigan stuffed pastry deserves another.
  29. Mediavore
    Deep Fried Butter Stars in a Texas Fair; McDonald’s Loses ‘McCurry’ CopyrightA Texas fair serves a new deep-fried snack and McDonald’s loses a copyright suit.
  30. Mediavore
    Zagat’s Dire Straits; The Allure Of Tax-Free LiquorPlus: deep-fried butter in Texas; McDonald’s loses a copyright claim
  31. Openings
    A Look Back at the Block Party, and at Jim Mamary’s New ’Cue SpotDetails about the new smoke joint in the former Gravy space.
  32. Top Chef
    The Top Chef Masters Premiere: Brilliant or Despicable?A point-by-point breakdown of the good, the bad, and the ugly.
  33. Openings
    What to Eat at Marfa, Now Open and Serving Chicken-Fried SteakThe Texas-themed menu and a shot of last night’s opening party.
  34. Openings
    Texas Twosome: Does Hog Pit Stand a Chance Against Hill Country?A barbecue aficionado finds reasons why some might opt for the Hog Pit.
  35. The In-box
    Where Do I Feed Texas Tourists? Also: Is There a God?Dear Grub Street, I have some friends coming into town from Texas and want to recommend a great restaurant to them. I think they’d appreciate a Texas theme, but I’m not sure if Lonesome Dove is really the way to go, or if Blue Smoke or Dinosaur are better bets instead. Money doesn’t seem to be much of an issue. Jenni Dear Jenni, The best barbecue in New York is RUB. They have great burnt ends, a beef-brisket treat any meat-eating Texan can appreciate. But they’re not going to get better Texas food here than at home. I would take them to Great N.Y. Noodletown for Chinese spareribs. Or, if money really isn’t an issue, this may be your one chance for a meal at Masa!