Roasted Cauliflower with Miso Vinaigrette

Roasted Cauliflower with Miso Vinaigrette

This dressing is also delicious as a salad dressing for a spinach salad and pairs well with roasted salmon.  2 heads cauliflower, cut crosswise into “steaks” 4 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided 1 1/2 tablespoons rice vinegar 2 tablespoons white miso 1/2 teaspoon toasted sesame oil 1/4 cup water Heat oven to 425F. Line a baking […]

New director brings core values to team

New director brings core values to team

By Lisa W. Miller As Dallas United Crew (DUC) approaches the beginning of its 20th anniversary season, it is a perfect time to announce the addition of a new position that will help catapult the program into the next 10 years of sustainable growth. DUC is pleased to welcome Austin Brooks (AJ) to the DUC […]

Get a ‘wiff’ of classic baseball game

Get a ‘wiff’ of classic baseball game

By David Mullen The Pickle Ball craze is everywhere. To the credit of the rapidly growing game, it is simple to play. Just find a tennis court that hasn’t grown up yet, a couple of paddles and a plastic ball with holes in it. While Pickle Ball has become uber trendy, a game featuring a […]

Crime Watch — Vol. 13, No. 32

Crime Watch — Vol. 13, No. 32

August 2 – 12 a.m. 3800 Block, Ruidosa Ave. (75228)  Property Theft: Unknown suspect stole property from a patio inside a fenced backyard. August 2 – 4:58 a.m. 5100 Block, Ridgedale Ave. (75206)  Vehicle Theft: Unauthorized use of a truck or a bus. A subject occupied a family vehicle. August 2 – 7:16 p.m. 4600 […]

The Twisted Ovary

By Nancy Black It sounds like a heavy metal rock band, right? The Twisted Ovary? But it’s not. It’s what I had this past week. I might as well write about it, since everyone who was in the hospital’s emergency room with me that day knows what was wrong with me, too. They didn’t find […]

Quiz: What’s your cat trying to tell you?

Quiz: What’s your cat trying to tell you?

By Dr. Beth Leermakers “Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later.”                          — Mary Bly Many cats are independent, aloof creatures, so it can be difficult to interpret their behavior and know what they’re thinking and […]

2022 fried food finalists announced

2022 fried food finalists announced

By Karissa Condoianis The final countdown to three of the most coveted food titles in all of Texas begins. The State Fair of Texas is proud to present the 18th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards finalists. On Sunday, August 28, three winners will be crowned in the categories of: “Best Taste – Savory,” “Best Taste […]

Free physicals, shots available to all

Free physicals, shots available to all

Located at 3966 McKinney Ave., just north of Blackburn Street, Church of the Incarnation Episcopal will host a Back to School Immunization Clinic and free sports physicals. The event is free to the public and is an easy way to bring your child’s shots up to date. It is sponsored by Church of the Incarnation […]

‘We read’ book fair returns to Museum

‘We read’ book fair returns to Museum

After a two-year hiatus, the Tulisoma South Dallas Book Fair — the Southwest African American experience in books and story — returns on Saturday, Aug. 20 from noon-4 p.m. at the African American Museum, Dallas in Fair Park. Tulisoma — a Swahili word that means “we read” — is a community-based festival promoting literacy and […]

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