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Let Texas De Brazil Do the Grilling this Father’s Day

May 27th, 2015 | Press

In our house my husband does most of the grilling, I think they just like the idea of cooking over the open fire.  When we entertain it is the perfect place for him to escape with the husbands and enjoy a cocktail and think they are contributing to the dinner party!  Give Dad a break […]
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Best all-you-can-eat buffets in Buffalo

May 19th, 2015 | Awards

You may need to expand your waistline but you won’t have to expand your wallet with these great all-you-can-eat spots in Buffalo. 1. Taj Grill Where: 2290 Delaware Ave, Ste 500, Buffalo, NY ________________________________________________________ 2. Garden Buffet As far as Chinese buffets go, Garden Buffet is king. They have some run of the mill mediocre food on […]
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Review of Texas de Brazil

May 15th, 2015 | Press

Cecil C. May 14, 2015 A man once told his friend, a father who was preparing a meal, about the importance of presentation, by saying, “The eyes eat first, then the lips, and then the pallet.” This prompted the father to create a table set that accentuated the design and taste of the food he prepared. […]
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Texas de Brazil

May 4th, 2015 | Press

May 3, 2015 http://veggirleatsdallas.com/2015/04/20/texas-de-brazil/ Texas de Brazil is a traditional Brazilian steakhouse, with one of the largest salad bar buffets that I have ever seen. The selection is endless at their salad bar, and this is a great opportunity for vegetarians to taste different things, that they might never have thought to try before.  If […]
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TIP OF THE DAY: Leftover Grains As A Soup Garnish

May 4th, 2015 | Press

March 25, 2015 at 8:33 am · Filed under Recipes, Rice/Beans/Grains/Seeds, Soups, Tip Of The Day http://blog.thenibble.com/2015/03/25/tip-of-the-day-leftover-grains-as-a-soup-garnish/ When we have leftover cooked grains—barley, bulgur, kasha, quinoa, rice, etc.—we start using them the next morning in breakfast omelets. By the time lunch comes, we’re ready to make grain salad. If we don’t have enough for a salad, we add the […]