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Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Apr 2 - 12:11pm

Join Judie and her grandughter, Allison, as they show us how to make Rustic Roasted Chicken. For more of Judie Byrd's recipes go to fwtx.com today.

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 26 - 3:14pm

March 1 was opening day for the long-awaited Chisholm Trail Community Center in Southwest Fort Worth. The multi-purpose activity and fitness center houses cardio, free weights, and strength training equipment. A full-size gymnasium with basketball/volleyball courts and even a rock-climbing wall...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 26 - 10:17am

by Brian Byrd, M.D.

“Doctor, my hair feels different, and I’m having more trouble keeping weight off. Could you check my thyroid?” This is one of the most common conversations I have with patients. Thyroid issues are a real phenomenon. I compare the thyroid gland to the accelerator on a car. If the...

Posted By Jcasseday on 2014 Mar 25 - 5:26pm

This 280-page April magazine marks our biggest issue ever. It was the efforts of a committed staff that made it all come together. While bigger doesn’t always mean better, I can promise that we over-delivered on quality features this month.     Before we get too carried away...

Posted By JudieB on 2014 Mar 24 - 3:27pm

Sharing a good meal with friends is a wonderful gift. And when the hostess is a talented florist, the event is beautiful as well as delicious.

Kelly Norvell, owner of Bridal Blooms Florist, loves to cook and entertain. And when she does, she uses flowers to turn her table into a lovely palette of colors and textures. “A vibrant table setting with really pretty flowers tells your guests that they are important,” says Kelly....

Posted By Jessica Llanes on 2014 Mar 24 - 3:15pm

Supersized colas have attracted plenty of bad press in recent years, but energy drinks may be a bigger health concern

Energy drinks can contain double or triple the caffeine of one cup of coffee, and the combined effects of ingredients such as taurine, ginseng, guarana and other stimulants can be difficult to measure. With new and extreme varieties of energy drinks flooding the market, health experts question...

Posted By Jenni Hanley on 2014 Mar 24 - 3:06pm

Let's face it, we can't all be sommeliers. Luckily, at MAX's Wine Dive you don't have to be - and they like it that way.

| photography by Jason Kindig |  With six locations in Texas, Owner Jerry Lasco has made many a believer out of his unique “wine dive” concept. It’s inspired by the kind of dive bar where everybody knows your name, and it pairs a carefully curated wine selection with the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 24 - 2:51pm

Tokyo Cafe was owner Jarry Ho’s first big success, followed by his tapas-style sensation, Shinjuku Station. On a recent visit, Ho mentioned that he is in the early stages of bringing an authentic Chinese restaurant to town perhaps by the end of the year.

| by Courtney Dabney | photography by Jason Kindig | Upon entry of the restaurant, diners are greeted by paper lanterns, shoji screens and an enticing sushi bar. Seating is scattered throughout with exposed wooden trusses overhead in the first room followed by vaulted and painted ceilings in the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 19 - 10:21am

  Top Doctors 2014   Please click on a medical specialty category to see this years winners list. Allergy/Immunology Anesthesiology Cardiac/Thoracic Surgery Cardiology Colon/Rectal Surgery Cosmetic Surgery Dermatology Emergency Care Endocrinology...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Mar 19 - 10:07am

Fort Worth, Texas magazine sent more than 4,500 local physicians a survey, asking them to voluntarily rate their peers and name the best doctors in Tarrant County. Medical professionals willing to participate went online to cast their votes. While Fort Worth, Texas magazine provided the fields of...

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