A relatively new restaurant in Bedford has my attention. It has Greek and Lebanese food. We'll have to take Ken and Pat there the next time they're in town. (Ken is half Lebanese.) Click HERE for the review in the Star Telegram.
I had a vanilla shake at Chic-fil-A the other day. Oh my. They have smaller sizes now, which is good, but I can put away a big one easily. 'Course then I'm on a diet for a few days.
The shake was incredible. A straw didn't do it, though. I had to have a spoon. Honestly that shake tasted like homemade ice cream to me. mm. mm.
Taco Bell has a delicious soft steak taco that isn't on their menu(!). Somewhere we read about it, and tried it out. YUM!
Oh, Snootie Pig, by Tom Thumb at Hall Johnson and Hwy 121 in Grapevine, has YUMMY low-fat muffins. Well, and good breakfasts, period .
Let's see, what else? Oh, the food at LoneStar Antiques' tea room is DELICIOUS. Alex (I still don't know his last name) is cooking there now, instead of Lourdes (who was (is) super). He used to work at Chef Pointe cafe - which has been featured twice on The Food Channel - if that tells you anything.
Some people eat to live. Vice versa with me.
[This post was inspired by Bud Kennedy's "Eats Beat" on the Star Telegram website. I really like watching that. He has a new short video every Friday.]
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