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Posted By Nancy Farrar on 2014 Sep 24 - 9:39am

| photography by Alex Lepe |

October is National Chili Month, and I’ve got the perfect recipe for your game-day party or any cool October night. I got my chili recipe in about 1985 from my ex-husband’s boss’s wife, Debra, in Chalmette, La., where she served it for dinner. It was so good that I immediately...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 23 - 4:51pm

Publisher's Letter

Fort Worth-Arlington was ranked No. 1 on the Forbes list of housing best buys in 2014.  In the Forbes listing, cities were ranked based on housing markets still considered “undervalued” in prices and that offer some of the largest job growth in their economies. According to the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 23 - 10:47am

Trinity Terrace plans to launch construction of the 23-story River Tower, November 2014. The construction is estimated to take about two years, according to the Fort Worth Business Press. This is the second major expansion since the City Tower was built in 2009 to go with the original Terrace...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 23 - 10:14am

Paul Thompson and his gelding, Bearly Lil Ricochet, of Aledo are the champions of the 2014 Adequan Select AQHA Cutting World Title. First a Western tradition from the 1800s, cutting consists of cowboys choosing their best horse to separate individual cows from a herd. The equine sport has widely...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Sep 23 - 9:39am

| by Brian Byrd |

Before he took a nap, my dad used to say that he was “headed into the arms of Morpheus,” the Greek god of dreams. While creating dreams, Morpheus would sleep in a cave full of poppy seeds. Morpheus’ father, Hypnos, was the god of sleep. Morpheus’ brother, Phantasus, created...

Posted By james.verheyen on 2014 Aug 25 - 9:30am

Chef Impersonator, Nancy Farrar, whips up an easy, yet healthy family favorite dish that's sure to be a hit on a school night, or any night.

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 20 - 12:19pm

When it comes to party planning, it’s all about detail. And between the hustle and bustle of finding the perfect décor or top-of-the-line reception facilities, one of the most important aspects remains — mouth-watering cuisine. Your guests may not remember if the music was too...

Posted By Jcasseday on 2014 Aug 19 - 3:07pm

When the sizzle of summer finally fizzles, it means one thing for my family: camping season. From late September through early December, we pack up every other weekend to get away from the city and cellphone reception, slow down and enjoy the great outdoors.     This tradition was...

Posted By Anonymous on 2014 Aug 19 - 1:12pm

Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse is a meat lover’s paradise, a carnivore’s feast. You come for the meat parade.

by Allana Wooley | Walking into Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse’s new West 7th location, I was on a mission. I was determined to try every single one of the 16 meats paraded through the dining room rodízio style. I took notes, carefully eyeing each glistening skewer as it went past...

Posted By Courtney Dabney on 2014 Aug 19 - 12:57pm

Truluck’s is famous for two things: being consistently voted one of the most romantic spots to dine and serving up some of the freshest shellfish you can find.

| photography by Alex Lepe | Cracking into crab shells caveman style, mopping drawn butter from your chin and slurping down raw oysters are not as romantic as you might think. Shellfish is a tactile delicacy. You have to be willing to roll up your sleeves, don a bib if necessary and really get to...

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