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Teresa Gubbins

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New England native Teresa Gubbins began her career in Dallas as a pastry chef for the Buffalo Club, Cafe Society and the Mansion on Turtle Creek. In 1992, she joined the Dallas Morning News as a reporter, and she’s been covering the food and dining scene here ever since, for publications such as D Magazine, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and Pegasus News. She co-authored the first Zagat Survey of Texas Restaurants and has written for Edible Dallas/Fort Worth, American Way Custom Publishing and Nation's Restaurant News.

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Oldies But Goodies

Yes they can: Progressive rock band plans to play classic albums in their entirety on summer tour

By Teresa Gubbins

Prog-rock band Yes is mounting a summer 2014 tour with a unique theme: The 35-date excursion will feature the band performing its groundbreaking 1971 album Fragile in its entirety for ...

Summer Concerts Rock

Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden team up for major summer tour

By Teresa Gubbins

In what will surely be one of the major rock events of the summer, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden are teaming up for a North American tour that will see ...

World Changing Stuff

Fast food shocker: Chipotle is making a rare menu change for Texas

By Teresa Gubbins

In today's thrilling vegan news, Chipotle is adding a tofu option to its permanent national menu, to be available in its Texas restaurants later in 2014, possibly by the ...

Restaurant Ambitions

Houston restaurateur sexes up Arlington with new dining hotspot — in a hotel

By Teresa Gubbins

Houston restaurateur Lonnie Schiller is about to make Arlington cool with a new restaurant at the Hilton Arlington called R Bar & Grill. Schiller, of Schiller Del Grande Restaurant Group, has ...

Larry Hagman Sipper

Gone but not forgotten: J.R. Ewing Bourbon pays tribute to iconic Dallas star

By Teresa Gubbins

With season three of Dallas coming up, a bottling company is capitalizing on that momentous occasion with a kitschy namesake bourbon. Called J.R. Ewing Bourbon, it's named after ...

Hot Frozen Dessert

Dairy-free fro-yo: TCBY adds another vegan variety of frozen yogurt

By Teresa Gubbins

Embracing one of the top food trends of 2014, national frozen yogurt chain TCBY has introduced a new vegan version of its frozen yogurt. Called Silk vanilla almond and made ...

Shiny Happy Handbags

Fashionable vegan-friendly handbags give new meaning to arm candy

By Teresa Gubbins

It's impossible to look at a handbag by Dallas company Cykochik and not smile. With their bold colors, poppy graphics and child-like whimsy, they're an instant mood lifter ...

Dallas Safari Controversy Continues

"Don't rush to judgment:" Surprise winner of controversial black rhino auction defends bid

By Teresa Gubbins

Corey Knowlton, the hunter who has been identified as the winner of a controversial auction held by the Dallas Safari Club to hunt an endangered black rhino, has issued a ...

Hunting for the Hunter

Controversial black rhino hunt goes for $350,000, but who is the real winner?

By Teresa Gubbins

The Dallas Safari Club carried through with its controversial auction of a hunt for an endangered African black rhino on Saturday, to the tune of $350,000. The auction, which ...

Here Little Cookie

Trader Joe's has a new favorite: Speculoos cookie butter falls to No. 2

By Teresa Gubbins

Uh-oh, we feel a shortage coming on. Gourmet foodie emporium Trader Joe's has released its list of top products for 2013, and it's bad news for Speculoos cookie ...

Irony Gone Awry

Need an ugly Christmas sweater? This Texas shop has 10,000 of 'em

By Teresa Gubbins

One supposes it had to happen, and of course it would happen in Dallas. A pop-up store dedicated to ugly Christmas sweaters opened this week on Mockingbird Lane at Abrams ...

Surprise at Starbucks

Sticky surprise: Mystery ingredient spices up holiday drinks at Starbucks

By Teresa Gubbins

Forget Santa in the store or the juniper Christmas tree stand. The new way to tell the holidays are here is the arrival of the red cups, a.k.a ...

Dean Fearing Does DFW

Exclusive DFW Airport lounge features facials and Dean Fearing cuisine

By Teresa Gubbins

American Express opened a new lounge at DFW Airport's Terminal D with some serious perks, including food from Dallas chef Dean Fearing and an Exhale spa where you can ...

Couldn't Keep His Curtain Up

The Big Reveal: New Big Tex shows his face a day early

By Teresa Gubbins

Unable to wait for a much-ballyhooed ceremony, the new Big Tex, the rebuilt icon of the State Fair of Texas, was hurriedly unmasked on Thursday; call it a premature exhibition ...

Mans Wants Yogure

Real men eat yogurt: Powerful brand lures guys to supermarket dairy aisle

By Teresa Gubbins

Everyone knows that yogurt is "girl" food. What man in his right mind would mince down the dairy aisle to pick up one of those teensy cartons with all the ...

Fried Food Award Winners

Greasy good: Fried food winner at the Texas State Fair is a real turkey

By Teresa Gubbins

In retrospect, it seems no surprise: Fried Thanksgiving Dinner won the prize for Most Creative at the 2013 Big Tex Choice Awards, the annual fried-food contest hosted by the State ...


Long national nightmare is over: Trader Joe's Speculoos cookie butter is back on shelves

By Teresa Gubbins

After months of hand-wringing and waves of hysteria, the crisis has been averted. The national shortage of Speculoos Cookie Butter, the delectably spiced peanut-butter-like spread sold by gourmet grocery chain ...

Morning Man Mourned

Popular Dallas syndicated radio personality Kidd Kraddick is dead at 53

By Teresa Gubbins

UPDATE: Kraddick died of cardiac disease, according to autopsy results released on July 29 by the Jefferson Parish Coroner's Office. Investigator Tommy Evans told the New Orleans Times-Picayune that ...

BBQ Cloned

Sincerest form of flattery? Parade mag picks best barbecue and imitates Texas Monthly cover

By Teresa Gubbins

Is it unkind to describe the media industry as a pack of sheep? Take Parade magazine, the weekly insert found in most Sunday newspapers, which in its Sunday issue tackles ...

Oral History

Iggy Pop, Kid Rock & Jack White discuss Detroit rock scene in new book, but Bob Seger won't cooperate

By Teresa Gubbins

Former Texas journalist Steve Miller made use of his musical background with a new book called Detroit Rock City: The Uncensored History of Five Decades of Rock 'n' Roll in ...

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