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The Culinary School of Fort Worth has a passion for promoting the local food and beverage scene in Fort Worth. This podcast and blog site 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.

Crystal Vastine of Fort Worth Foodie

Crystal Vastine of Fort Worth Foodie

On this week’s episode Crystal Vastine (Fort Worth Foodie) joins the podcast to discuss her beginnings with the magazine and transition into using FW Foodie as a social media platform. She also talks about some local restaurants and her involvement with Cooking Matters and the FW Food and Wine Festival.

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Adrian Verdin of Hospitality Alliance

Adrian Verdin of Hospitality Alliance

On this week’s episode, Adrian Verdin (Hospitality Alliance) talked about his work with creating the Food Hall at Crockett Row. From acai bowls to pizza to lobster rolls, the food hall has something for everybody. They also have craft drinks and a new concept coming soon. Meet the man who helped put it all together.

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Kevin Davies of Hulen Mall

Kevin Davies of Hulen Mall

On this week’s episode, Kevin Davies (Hulen Mall) joins the podcast to discuss his work in transforming the food scene at the Hulen Mall. Part of that process involved bringing in David Webber (The Hot Potato) and his food truck. Together they are working to change the food culture at the Hulen Mall.

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Greg Saltsman of Pearl Snap Kolaches

Greg Saltsman of Pearl Snap Kolaches

Greg Saltsman (Pearl Snap Kolaches) joins host James Creange to discuss how he turned his business degree into a career in the culinary industry.
The two talk about Saltsman’s start in the kolache industry and how he got the idea to bring them to Fort Worth. They also discuss how he went from operating out of someone else’s kitchen to having two locations in Fort Worth.

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“She’s a Fish Killer”

“She’s a Fish Killer”

Written by Sarah Hamilton. Photos by James Creange and courtest of J. Kenji López. So you know the chef on the little mermaid who turns into an absolute madman trying to get the lovable crab onto his menu? I have found him to be strangely relatable this week as we...

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Chicken Fab

Chicken Fab

Written by Sarah Hamilton. Photos courtesy of Amanda Murphy, J. Kenji Lopez, and Maangchi. No, unfortunately the fab doesn’t stand for fabulous. It is chicken fabrication this week and let’s just say I was not excited. On Sunday night, I had a nightmare about...

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The Incredible, Barely Edible Egg

The Incredible, Barely Edible Egg

Written by Sarah Hamilton. Photos by James Creange and courtesy of Elise Bauer. “I think I better try that again,” I say as I scrape the pan of eggs directly into the trash. I’m pretty sure that is the fifth egg I have said that to today. And no, I suppose I don’t...

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A Watched Pot Never Boils

A Watched Pot Never Boils

Written by Sarah Hamilton. Photos by James Creange. A watched pot never boils, or so my grandma always said. And yet I watch. Intently, wooden spoon in hand, eagerly waiting for just the right moment to lift the lid and discover whether or not my third batch of rice...

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The Dock Gives a Scholarship to a CSFTW Student

The Dock Gives a Scholarship to a CSFTW Student

Brett Curtis, owner of The Dock, gave a scholarship to CSFTW student Christian Aparicio. Article and photos by James Creange. Brett Curtis, owner of The Dock food truck and restaurant, got his education at culinary school and wanted to give back to the next generation...

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