News Snippet: Boba and Banned Books, NY Times excited about these two North Texas restaurants

Read banned books, drink milk tea

In honor of Banned Books Week, Hello Dumpling is hosting a reading event at its East Dallas restaurant on Thursday and is partnering with Whole Informed Sex Ed to support books that are questioned or banned across the country.

Hello Dumpling owner June Chow and WISE founder Sherri Cook decided to co-host the event at Chow’s restaurant. Chow said she tried not to use Hello Dumpling as a platform for anything other than humanitarian work, but the thing about books being banned goes too far.

“Books are books,” she said. “I can’t even imagine that someone should politicize them. It’s knowledge.”

The event is part of an annual week-long campaign launched by the American Library Association and Amnesty International to highlight issues surrounding censorship of books. Texas schools have removed more than 800 books on issues of race, racism, sexuality and LGBTQ issues, more than any other state in the nation. Dallas Morning News.

The idea is to bring a book, read a book, find a book or take a book home during the event. Hello Dumplings will offer a variety of milk tea and boba for those who want to sit and read.Cook said she will bring most of the 10 most challenging books of 2021, including the hatred you give by Angie Thomas and gender queer By Maya Kobabe.

Cook’s organization, WISE, works on sex education. The nonprofit is financially sponsored by the Texas Community Foundation and will be raising donations for North Texas Giving Day on Thursday.

“It’s about education, it’s about information,” Cook said. “No one has the right to stop us from doing this.”

hello dumplings | 1146 Peeve Road Boba for Banned Books will be held on Thursdays from 11:00 am to 8:30 pm.

these are north texas restaurants New York Times very excited

This New York Times Dropped their list of their 50 favorite restaurants for 2022 on Monday, with two North Texas restaurants making the cut.

Dallas’ sister and Arlington’s Smoke ‘N Ash BBQ get a deal from era Because it is dynamic and revelatory. Neither restaurant is super fresh to Dallas-Fort Worth, but both have their own flair for the food they serve.

Smoke’N Ash BBQ originally opened as a barbecue restaurant in 2018, but switched to serving Ethiopian cuisine a year later.This era Diners started asking for a fusion of the two, and co-owners Patrick and Fasica Hicks got their wish, wrote the diners.

“Vibrant Ethiopian flavours – the brisket is coated with awaze, a hot sauce made from Berber – ideal for barbecues,” a era staff said.

The sister was described by the newspaper as “Italian”. Benji Homsey, co-founder of Sister and a partner at Duro Hospitality Group, says “Italian-ish” is the right word. Pasta leads the menu, but you won’t find red sauce or classic chicken parmesan on it.

“There are these very vibrant flavors and a lot of acid, a lot of spice,” says Homsey. “Dallasians are used to seasoning and sour — Mexican food, steakhouse — big, bold flavors. We wanted to incorporate some of those flavors into our Italian dishes.”

The restaurant will open in 2021 in what was formerly The Grape. Duro Hospitality Group transformed the space with gorgeous antiques and rose wallpaper, Homsey’s tribute to Sees Design’s Corbin and Ross See, two others Duro Hospitality Group Partner.

“For me, it feels like it has a very, very dynamic soul, it feels like it’s been around for a long time,” Homsey said. “We didn’t want it to look like a shiny new gym that just opened.”

This era Compliments Sister’s two pastas: clam vongole and buckwheat lumache. The Charred Eggplant Dip, featured on our 2021 Best New Restaurants list, is also praised for its nutty flavor. Our last food critic, Eve Angus-Hill, fondly commented on Sister’s Pork Secret: “It’s tender and full of flavor, like the loin you’ll never encounter.”

Good appetite A list of America’s Best New Restaurants was recently released.This new list is made by era is one of their “most excited” restaurants and has been around for a few years.

elder sister | 2808 Greenville Avenue

Smoke’N Ash BBQ | 7301 Matlock Road St. 127, Arlington

in other news

More than 100 chefs to demonstrate at Texas State Fair Celebrity Chef’s Kitchen throughout the exhibition period. There are some familiar names on the list: Chef John Tesar of Knife, Nikky Phinyawatana of Asian Mint, AQ Pittman of José, Eric Dreyer of Monarch and more. Check out the list here.

Kurofune katanaThe Japanese-Korean-American fusion restaurant, located inside the Lamar Restaurant at the Omni Dallas Hotel, reopened Friday since it closed in March 2020. The menu includes sushi rolls, bibimbap and ramen.The restaurant is open Wednesday to Saturday from 4pm to 10pm Black Ship Katana | 665 S. Lamar St. Ste. 130.

ICYMI: Beloved grocer HEB opened its first North Texas location Wednesday with a treat. Real Texas BBQthe BBQ chain, will open as a drive-through option inside grocery stores, Dallas Morning News report. The menu features barbecue classics such as brisket, turkey, pork and chicken, all smoked in oak. information. Real Texas BBQ | 4800 Main San Frisco.


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