Aug 2
How To Cook Dallas Style: Easy Recipes
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We all know that some larger than life recipes comes from the largest state in the union. Texas is known for its home-style cooking that will knock your socks off or sooth your soul. But there are some simple and easy Dallas recipes that are sure to sizzle.

Texas tomato season is just around the corner. Try these easy yet tantalizing tomato recipes with your tomatoes this season.

Tomato infused vodka or gin will give a new twist to an old classic at your fall barbeques. Slice thinly, three ripe tomatoes and place in a Read the rest of this entry »

May 27
Cultural Events Going On In Dallas
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Dallas is a very diverse city that allows you the opportunity to experience some of the intriguing cultures. Here are some of the interesting cultural events that go in the city of Dallas.

Asian Festival
This event features some captivating cultural shows and performances. Acrobats, martial artists, hula dancers, and many more will keep you entertained. Try some delicious Asian cuisines while you are there.

Uptown Dallas Food Tour
This event is a must-see for food enthusiasts. You will get to sample some mouth-watering foods while you learn a little history along the way.

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Mar 19
Greatest Sporting Events In Dallas, Texas
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Whether you live in Dallas, Texas or are simply planning a visit, you might be wondering which types of sporting events you can attend while you are in the area. Fortunately, there are plenty of things to see and do in Dallas, and attending and enjoying sporting events is one of them.

First of all, you have probably heard of the Dallas Cowboys if you are a football fan. The Dallas Cowboys are a very popular team, and a lot of people who live in Dallas and Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 31
Top 3 Places To Eat In Austin
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If you are looking for the places in and around Austin to fill your belly then you are going to want to really bring your appetite. I have a list of the top places in Austin to eat so get off the Facebook, MySpace,, or whatever else and get ready to take your taste buds on a tour of the Lone Star state.

Here are just a few suggestions to get you hungry:

1. Cisco’s Restaurant, Bakery, and Liar’s Club – This hole in the wall diner does food right. Don’t let the outside fool you, it’s what’s inside that counts and the food that you will be putting in your body here is some of the best in Texas.

2. Salt Lick – Kind of a strange discovery to make out here in Texas, but this South Carolina style barbecue holds its own all the same with fantastic cuts of meat smeared in a mustard-like coating and cooked over an open pit.

3. The Frisco Shop – If you ever wondered what a truly fresh hamburger tastes like then you won’t be disappointed here. These patties are made from scratch and just for you.

And that is just to get you started. However, Texas is a big state and I haven’t nearly scratched the surface, but you’ll have to see them for yourself. All this talk of food has made me hungry so I’m out.

Oct 15
Best Museums To See In Dallas
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Dallas offers several places steeped in culture and history. There are two notable museums to see while in Dallas.

The Museum of Nature and Science, located in Fair Park, offers a wide range of activities and exhibits. Children can enjoy learning about dinosaurs, agriculture and physical science on a level they can understand. For adults, exhibits range from the human body to paleontology to understanding DNA. Regardless of your age or particular interests, The Museum of Nature and Science is worth visiting. Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 12
A Short History Of The City Of Dallas
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Dallas, a large city in Texas, was first inhabited by Native Americans during the 1500s, but was considered to be owned by the Spanish. This area remained under Spanish control until the early 1800s, when Mexico took control of it. In 1836, it broke free from Mexico and became an independent country. In 1856, a town charter was granted to the city of Dallas, making it an official city. During this year it elected its first Mayor, Samuel Pryor.
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Oct 9
Most Visited Attractions In Dallas, Texas
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If you are planning a trip to Dallas, Texas, there are a few local attractions you will want to see. From the historical to the fun-filled, Dallas has attractions to interest people of all walks of life.
For history buffs, you will want to visit the Sixth Floor Museum in downtown Dallas. Located adjacent to Dealy Plaza, The Sixth Floor Museum is dedicated to preserving the history involving the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Stroll along the grassy knoll and entertain a few conspiracy theories as Read the rest of this entry »

Oct 8
New To Texas? See What There Is To Do
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Known as the “live music capital of the world”, Austin is one of the most exciting places to visit in Texas. As well as the many talented live music acts that perform here along the famous Sixth Street, there are numerous other activities and attractions that make Austin such a great place to see. Escape the Texas heat by diving into the spring-fed waters at Barton Springs Pool, a family-friendly natural swimming pool that is open all year round. For something more Read the rest of this entry »