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Author Archive | Nanci Taylor

Publisher’s Letter Spring 2020

ILLUSTRATION: KRYSTAL READ

It’s a new year and time for new adventures! I love this illustration by Krystal Read from our Fall 2019 issue—“A Sister Trip to the North Texas Wine Country.” The image completely conveys the fun we had.

Terri Taylor—my friend, my sister and the best editor Edible Dallas & Fort Worth has known in the last 10 years—is going on her own grand adventure.…

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Whiskey Cake Goat Cheese Fondue

Lost Ruby Ranch – Photography by Melinda Ortley  – Recipe by Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar 

 

WHISKEY CAKE

GOAT CHEESE FONDUE

 

Makes 2 servings

 

1 thyme sprig, 2 to 3 inches long

3-ounce Lost Ruby Ranch or other local goat cheese ball

1 tablespoon chopped roasted tomato

1 tablespoon jarred olive mix

2 roasted garlic cloves

2 tablespoons Texas olive oil

Sourdough crostini

 

Place thyme sprig centered on the bottom of the dish.…

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Publisher’s Letter Spring 2019


Cheers: editor Terri Taylor and publisher Nanci Taylor. Photo by Melinda Ortley.

A decade of Edible Dallas & Fort Worth? As I look at the 40 beautiful magazines fanned out before me—I realize it must be so. It seems like only yesterday that the vision of Edible DFW began to take shape.…

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WHERE TO SHOP AND VISIT LOCALLY

The priceless support of these businesses and organizations helps to grow and sustain Edible Dallas & Fort Worth. Please make a point of supporting them.

ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION

NEATBUILT

Located in East Dallas, NeatBuilt offers a thoughtful approach to new home design and renovation.…

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Publisher’s Letter Summer 2017

Edible DFW is proud to present its North Texas Wine Trail Guide! We can all appreciate the many great wineries all over Texas—from the Hill Country to the High Plains and certainly here in North Texas. We are pleased to share with you some of the great wineries we have right here in our own backyard.

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PUBLISHER’S LETTER: SPRING 2014

Yes, it was 2008 when Karen McCullough (original co-publisher and co-owner) approached me about publishing Edible Dallas & Fort Worth magazine with her. She had a vision and excitement that started a fire in me, and I realized that we could create an awareness in the way DFW looks at local food and that we could fi nd the stories that are the background of this movement.…

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CLOSING TIME: IT TAKES A VILLAGE

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It takes a village to make a great magazine. Thank you for being part of this village we call Edible Dallas & Fort Worth.

Without you, EDFW would have never made it to our 5th anniversary. Looking at all these photos makes me realize that my dream of making EDFW a success came true because of an amazing group of talented and generous people like you—my sincere gratitude.…

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