Cowboy cooking used to consist of beans and hardtack with maybe some freshly butchered T-bones thrown in a skillet over a campfire. Then Chef Tim Love introduced contemporary cowboy cuisine at his Lonesome Dove Western Bistro located in the Ft. Worth Stockyards. We have dined at Chef Tim Love’s Lonesome Dove and loved it.
. . . → Read More: Go West, youngman, Go West
It is really too bad that Guy Fieri established “Drive Ins, Diners, and Dives” or I would have entitled this theme’s posts in that way.
Too bad…I will have to stick with EE’s Revs and Recs (for “reviews” and “recomendations”).
I had been wanting to visit El Rio Verde for a long time, ever since . . . → Read More: El Rio Verde: Authentic Mexican Fare
Restaurant reviews and recommendations. (Yes, we have been eating out a lot.) . . . → Read More: My new theme: Restaurant Revs and Recs
Please forgive me, but there will be some overlap here from previous posts.
But, these places are so good that I wanted to revisit them.
We definitely make it a point to visit these places almost every time we go to Kansas City.
Here is a brief run down from our last visit which included . . . → Read More: KC Retreats and Eats
A great art museum, an impressive farmers market, and a few eateries. . . . → Read More: A mini-vacation…
Check out some quirky places in KC, the Big D, OKC, and Tulsa. . . . → Read More: Some funky eateries
OK–we are definitely making up for lost time. The very last part of May we attended a cooking class at The Stock Pot. The menu was derived from whatever was fresh at the Farmers Market and the chef was from one of our favorite restaurants, The Tavern on Brady. We were in!
We were . . . → Read More: Cooking Class and the Perfect Deviled Egg
Some dining adventures from our Christmas trip to Santa Fe. . . . → Read More: Dining in Santa Fe
Had to go to Wichita on business and found some great “foodie finds.” . . . → Read More: Some foodie finds in Wichita