The 2018 Big Tex Choice Awards Finalists in Emojis

It’s 2018 Big Tex Choice Awards time, y’all! Third year’s the charm. Or have we all completely run out of creative things to fry? Not yet! Not today, Satan! Oh emojis. So full of emotion. Let’s deep fry ’em like we do everything in Texas, shall we? Presenting: The 2018 Big Tex Choice Awards Finalists […]

Foodbitch Travel Playbook: Feast Portland in pictures

I came, I saw, I FEASTED. If you’ve been following along (THANKS Y’ALL!), you know was out at FEAST Portland a couple weeks ago. I’m still full. I wanted to take a bit of time to go back and show you all the delicious beauty I encountered, or at least a pretty good sampling of it. Things you’ll […]

NEW FOOD NEWS: UberEATS Launches New Standalone App with 10-10 Hours and 100 Restaurants

Things are getting hot and fast in the food-item delivery universe. There’s Caviar, Postmates, Favor, UberEATS and all the other ones… and now UberEATS isn’t just a tab within the Uber app that can get some people food really quickly during lunch during the week, it’s a standalone app with almost 100 Dallas restaurants, double […]

Now Open: Matchbox is Heating up Preston Hollow Village

Media dinners are always fun. Flowing drinks, free food and a chance to catch up with food-centric friends who don’t care how many photos you take before you eat something. But what can be much better than a media dinner, is when a restaurant decides to do something different with their soft opening. Matchbox decided to […]

Sneak Peek Q&A: A Chat with Top Knot’s Chef Angela Hernandez

Prior to its exciting opening next Wednesday night, I sat down with chef Angela Hernandez to ask her a few questions about Top Knot. It’s one of my favorite interviews of late. Head to the Dallas Observer’s Food and Drink blog to read what she had to say in my Top Knot sneak peek.   […]

Unleavened is open and feeding Lakewood local, tasty, healthy things

Fun fact: I get excited when new restaurants open. Shocking, I know. Well, I get super extra excited when new restaurants open up in East Dallas like kind of almost on my street. Unleavened just did that. So I scurried over there, took some photos, wrote about it for the Dallas Observer, and then a […]

Eat Red (Meat) for a Good (RED) Cause

If you’ve been waiting for the right time to visit Chef John Tesar’s Knife inside the Highland Dallas, you may want to pull the trigger. For five nights beginning June 1, Chef John Tesar and pastry chef David Collier of Knife will welcome a different celebrated guest chef for a special multi-course dinners priced at […]

Read My Official 2015 Austin Food and Wine Festival Recap on the Official AFWFest Blog

As an official Austin Food & Wine Festival Blogger Ambassador, one of my official ambassadorial duties was to write about my experiences for the festival and present my findings to the powers that be so that my words might be published on the official blog of the festival. So. Damn. Official. This was indeed exciting. […]

foodbitch featured on DFW Style Daily!

Because I love DFW Style Daily and because they are all a hundred times more stylish than I am, I will let them get away with the use of the word “foodie” to describe me. We’ll just say it was all about that S-E-O and leave it at that, K? I was flattered and honored […]

Introducing foodMoM!

I love my twin #foodbabies. I love them more than all the sushi and cocktails and foie gras and soft cheeses and chicken salad sandwiches and everything else I couldn’t eat while I was growing them inside me for 38 weeks while they took turns stomping on my bladder like they were trying to mash […]

The Top 12 Worst Foodie Sins

Yom Kippur is coming. 25-ish hours of consuming absolutely nothing while repenting for a year’s worth of sins. As I try to pass the time until precisely 7:44 p.m. on Saturday night (the end of the Yom Kippur fast), I’ll have plenty of time to think about all the food sins I’ve personally committed over […]

#VIPeek Before You Crawl: An Inside Look at DishCrawl DFW

A few weeks ago, I received a press release and an invitation to attend Dallas’ first ever Dishcrawl. Not knowing what the heck a Dishcrawl was, I did a little research. Dishcrawl is a company with “crawls” in fifty cities, and the basic premise is that in each city there’s an ambassador who coordinates tours […]