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The Culinary School of Fort Worth has a passion for promoting the local food and beverage scene in Fort Worth. Fort Worth Food Stories was created by the school as an avenue to showcase the many great restaurateurs and business minds in the area while also providing a learning tool for future chefs. We thank you for joining us on this journey into the minds of the people who make Fort Worth great.

The Biscuit Bar Grand Opening and More Fort Worth Openings

The Biscuit Bar Grand Opening and More Fort Worth Openings

Written by Dixya Bhattarai. Photo courtesy of Southlake Style. The Biscuit Bar This Plano-based, biscuit-centric casual restaurant is a new addition at the Mule Alley redevelopment project in the Fort Worth Stockyards. They serve a variety of savory and sweet Southern...

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How To Tell If You Need Magnesium

How To Tell If You Need Magnesium

Written by Katie Garrott. You might hear and read a lot about magnesium, because it’s such an important nutrient! It participates in over 300 reactions within the body, allowing your body and metabolism to run. Yet it’s harder than ever to get sufficient amounts. The...

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Coco Shrimp Expanding and Billy Bob’s Reopening

Coco Shrimp Expanding and Billy Bob’s Reopening

Written by Dixya Bhattarai. Coco Shrimp Coco Shrimp, a Hawaiian-style shrimp shack, gained a loyal following when they started out as the first and only mobile-seafood restaurant in Fort Worth. Their first brick-and-mortar opened in December 2019 and is located at 318...

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Fort Worth Burger Week 2020

Fort Worth Burger Week 2020

Written by Dixya Bhattarai. Save the date for 2nd annual Fort Worth Burger Week 2020, August 24-30! Whether it is set up for carry out, patio or inside dining, you can enjoy featured Fort Worth Burger Week burger for $5. I am personally looking forward to the featured...

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Fort Worth Food Roundup: August 2020

Fort Worth Food Roundup: August 2020

Written by Dixya Bhattarai. Funky Munky Shaved Ice: Weatherford based shaved-ice spot is now open in Fort Worth. Located in the rear parking lot of Texas Girls' Choir , their current menu offers something for everyone. They have classic flavors like cookie dough,...

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Top 4 Exercise Mistakes That Limit Your Results

Top 4 Exercise Mistakes That Limit Your Results

Written by Katie Garrott. Tired of putting in the effort to exercise and not sure it’s really doing anything for you? Working out should lead to results: stronger, more toned, better cardiorespiratory fitness, improved overall energy. If you desire to see more...

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Is Salt Even Worse Than Sugar?

Is Salt Even Worse Than Sugar?

Written by Katie Garrott. You’re in the process of making dinner and you’re wondering, “should I really add all that salt in the recipe?” You grind some over your meal, and wonder if you should be using less. Doesn’t salt cause high blood pressure? But isn’t it a...

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Shortcut Maple Baked Beans

Shortcut Maple Baked Beans

Written by Katherine Sasser. Photos by Elizabeth McLaurin. Just in time for summer, my Shortcut Maple Baked Beans are everything you want in a side dish: smoky bacon undertones, sticky maple sweetness, and a touch of late heat that lingers and balances it all...

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The Real Truth About Sunlight That Could Save Your Life

The Real Truth About Sunlight That Could Save Your Life

Written by Katie Garrott. I have a sign that hangs prominently in my living room that says, “I was made for sunny days.” Soaking in the sunlight renews my sense of energy towards life. I love it enough that I turned down a scholarship to the honors school at...

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