If you’re friends with Nikky, you know how she loves to take selfies with you. The thing about Nikky’s selfies, though, is that they are more about yourselfie than herselfie. She commemorates her deep gratitude for family, friends, and Mint Fanatics, the name she gives fans of her Asian Mint restaurant, by snapping photos and posting them online. This feeds her soul.Read more
The faces of religious fanaticism are young; the faces of interfaith cooperation are old. That’s what Eboo Patel realized in college.Read more
In just a matter of weeks, my kitchen will be in full-on cooking and baking mode. The savory aromas of beef roasts, golden-brown turkey, cornbread dressing, and crowd-pleasing casseroles will mingle with the sweet, spicy fragrance of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger as my ovens yield pumpkin pies, spice breads, and cinnamon rolls slathered with frosting.Read more
Things To Do: November EditionRead more
Retirement can’t dull Tom McFaul’s interest in religions nor his passion for teaching.Read more
Signs of autumn in North Texas greet me everywhere I turn.Read more
Growing up, I loved hanging out watching my dad and brothers tinker with bikes and cars.Read more
October is many Texans favorite month. It’s an outdoor month finally, with football, hunting, barbecues, and the State Fair.Read more
Things To Do: October EditionRead more
But here I am writing that it is, in fact, that time of year again: The State Fair of Texas starts Sept. 27 and runs through Oct. 20. Time to get excited.Read more
Conner FitzGerald likes to call himself “your chef-concierge.’’
His services include grocery shopping, cleaning and storing away food, cooking various cuisines based on palettes and dietary needs, juicing, and organizing the pantry and kitchen – basically anything culinary based.
Originally from Mississippi, FitzGerald has lived in Dallas and worked as a chef in and around the Park Cities and Preston Hollow for the last seven years.
He worked at Rockfish while attending the culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu in Dallas. Many of his restaurant customers asked him to cook for them privately and do other tasks in their homes. Those requests launched his career as a private chef.Read more