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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, Gayot.com 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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Whale Rescue

Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld end long relationship amid animal activists' outcry

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines and SeaWorld Entertainment are ending their 25-year-old marketing partnership, effective at the end of 2014. According to a release by the airline, Southwest and SeaWorld "have mutually ...


Airport Access

One big reason to envy Dallas: City's light rail line extended to DFW Airport

By Teresa Gubbins

Here's one reason for Houstonians to be envious of our friends in Dallas: Beginning Aug. 18, the city's DART rail line will extend all the way from downtown ...


Beef Country

Where's the beef? Famous Dallas family bets on Texas-raised Wagyu

By Teresa Gubbins

The family behind the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas is expanding its empire into beef: Rosewood Ranches, a subsidiary of the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate, has partnered with ...


Pix of the Day

Priceless photo of laughing Obama and pouty Perry spawns caption contest

By Teresa Gubbins

President Obama's visit to Dallas earlier this week produced a photo showing a scowling Gov. Rick Perry that has become a caption contest across Facebook. The photo from a ...


Brewed Up

Starbucks deems Houston part of its chosen land: Special new drinks debut here — with a fizz

By Teresa Gubbins

Starbucks is selling new housemade sodas in 16 states, and Texas made the cut. Three flavors — spiced root beer, ginger ale and lemon ale — went on sale this week. The ...


Comic Relief

Funny stuff planned at world's biggest comedy tour with Louis C.K. in The Woodlands

By Teresa Gubbins

The world's biggest comedy tour returns with a show featuring some of the hottest standup acts. The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival 2014, presented by Live Nation and Funny or ...


Grocery Wars Heat Up

Grocery wars heat up: A new giant supermarket is opening in Houston area — and targeting Whole Foods

By Teresa Gubbins

King of affordable organic produce, Sprouts Farmers Market is expanding its Texas presence with four new stores scheduled to open in late summer. And one of the biggest Sprouts supermarkets ...


Texas Style Recipes

Houston "kitchen genius" helps top chef on Texas Food Bible cookbook

By Teresa Gubbins

Dallas chef Dean Fearing already has two cookbooks under his belt, but his new Texas Food Bible: From Legendary Dishes to New Classics ($30, Grand Central Life & Style) finds him ...


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 ...


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