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#11 Blythe Beck “Pink Magnolia” Wining and Dining with Jim White April 18, 2016

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A naughty shade of pink in the Cliff

 

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Blythe Beck and Jim White at PInk Magnolia

Blythe Beck is in the pink with her new baby, Pink Magnolia.  She became known as the Naughty Chef , so called because of the TV show she hosted following her meteoric career ascent.  Blythe made a name for herself as a popular chef and now restaurateur.  She got a big boost working with Dean Fearing at the Mansion on Turtle Creek for 4 years, then went on to be sous chef at Hector’s on Henderson, and opening chef with rave reviews at Central 214 in the Hotel Palomar.  She also did a stint at Kitchen LTO in Trinity Groves before opening her love child in Oak Cliff.  Butter, bacon and booze is her motto.  What’s not to like?  Pink Magnolia is open for dinner Monday through Saturday and serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday.  “Wining and Dining with Jim White” is the podcast devoted to bringing you the top chefs and winemakers in the world.  You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and never miss an episode.  By the way, this program was made from scratch using all natural ingredients.

If anybody asks you what you’re making for dinner, tell ‘em reservations.  Thanks!

Wining and Dining with Jim White February 7, 2011

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Valentine’s Treats for the Sweet

And, you know who you are!  Valentine’s is like the Super Bowl of dining for the restaurant industry.  Expect big crowds at all the popular places.  Know that you will need a reservation, and for the best table in the really cool spots, you should have called by now.  But never fear, dear heart, because February 14th is a Monday, the window of opportunity is wider this year.  You may confidently choose a rendezvous with your dearly beloved from Thursday February 11th through Valentine’s.  You might even be so bold as to include Tuesday 2/15 if you can sell it on the basis of your “great wisdom” in wanting to “avoid the crowds” and have an intimate dinner in your favorite restaurant (go for it).  I would event submit that you will gain numerous bonus points for making a Valentine’s reservation, and then “extending the romance” by getting you and your honey tickets to the Savor Dallas Wine and Food Festival on March 18-19.  You can enjoy the major part of the DFW dining scene in one night at the International Grand Tasting.  But first things first.  Here are some Valentine’s wining and dining suggestions that we think will be helpful.

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