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Nick Barclay “Wining and Dining with Jim White” 09-06-18 September 6, 2018

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Stateside Cornwall calling

Nick BarclayNick Barclay is one of the most popular chefs in Dallas-Fort Worth fine dining history.  You may not know his name, though, unless you were here in the 80’s and 90’s.  Find out what the gregarious Englishman is up to these days this week on “Wining and Dining with Jim White” on VOKALnow.com.  Spoiler alert:  Nick and his wife Kelli returned to Nick’s native soil to raise their children and run a seaside lodge and restaurant in Cornwall.  Fast forward 20 years and they’re back in Texas and operating their new restaurant Fish & Fizz in Richardson (smile if you love fish and chips, Bubble and Squeak, and all those wonderful UK dishes to which Nick introduced us at Barclay’s back in the day).  We’ve got great stories from Nick, plus he shows you how to make Bubble and Squeak, and we welcome “Guest Gourmet” Steven Doyle to the program from CRAVEDFW.com.  Get the skinny on the people who make the eats and drinks you love every week on “”Wining and Dining with Jim White”.  See or listen to all our episodes on VOKALnow.com, YouTube, Vimeo and iTunes.  And remember, if anybody asks you what you’re making for dinner.  Tell ’em, reservations!

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1. Roger Hyde - September 11, 2018

I always enjoyed going in the back door to Barclays after a brutal night at the range.
Nick was very hospitable.

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