Tag Archives: Dallas

Casa Navarro, Dallas TX

This little place takes me back to my young teenage years when I first was branching out into the culinary world and discovered Casa Navarro’s “bean soup” (or, basically, charro beans). Pinto beans slow cooked in broth with pork meat … Continue reading

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Minali Enterprises, Dallas TX

C and I were in the market for a (very) used car, on a tight budget, but wanting something that would last a while and would be a good commuter car. We scoured craigslist ads to be met with people … Continue reading

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Movie One Liners

Here are some movies we’ve watched lately Thelma and Louise, 1991 – A movie that made me feel proud to be a woman, and a sad and touching story of fear, friendship, and never looking back. A classic for a … Continue reading

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La Duni, Dallas TX

La Duni is a Latin cafe and bakery from which I’ve enjoyed several cakes at various employee celebrations over the years. It’s not cheap, but it is soooooo good. C took me to Fadi’s for a birthday dinner this year, and … Continue reading

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Tae Kook Dang, Dallas TX

K has too many tales of the “awkward co-worker lunch”, that they all blend together.  So it was with apprehension that some good news came out of these weekly rituals.  She said that after our dumpling visit, we would be … Continue reading

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Royal China, Dallas TX

There are several Anthony Bourdain’s that I have purchased from iTunes.  Now with Netflix, I don’t have to do that, but for a time the episodes where he goes to Japan, China, Vietnam and Korea were watched on a regular … Continue reading

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11/22/63 by Stephen King

(Here be spoilers) Sometimes books harmonize with you. In 2010 I signed up for OK Cupid on a whim, where I met my husband, who got a new job at the same time as another guy, who introduced us to … Continue reading

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