Tag Archives: Dallas

• Best News! Tequila Ingredient Could Help With Weight Loss, Diabetes

Best News! Tequila Ingredient Could Help With Weight Loss, Diabetes

The key ingredient in tequila could help fight type 2 diabetes and obesity, according to a wonderful new study. The miracle substance is agavins, a natural form of sugar found in the agave plant. The reason it makes a perfect sweetener is it is both non-digestible and acts as a dietary fiber, so it won’t raise […]

• Anheuser-Busch Punches Back Water Scandal With Ad Campaign

Anheuser-Busch Punches Back Water Scandal With Ad Campaign

-Busch this morning responded to a string of lawsuits, including one filed Thursday in Dallas, accusing it of watering down its beer for profits. You can see for yourself on page A16 of the Sunday Houston Chronicle: A clever full-page advertisement featuring one of the company’s canned waters that it distributes for free during times […]

• Did you know the margarita machine is a national treasure?

Did you know the margarita machine is a national treasure?

He may not have created the first margarita, but Mariano Martinez transformed the drink from a border cantina concoction to the nation’s most popular alcoholic beverage with his invention in Dallas of the frozen margarita machine. Forty years later, Martinez’s invention has increased the U.S. demand for tequila and contributed to the widespread popularity of […]

• Tickets on sale: Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival

Tickets on sale: Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival

The Texas Hill Country Wine and Food Festival is among the premier epicurean celebrations in the Southern United States. Join 9,000 attendees at more than two dozen unique food and wine events this spring in Austin, Texas. 2011 Highlights include We’re excited to debut Live Fire!, a beef-centric live-fire cooking event that showcases top chefs, […]

• Texas: Retailers & other Dallas businesses unite in pro-alcohol sales campaign

The group behind next month’s ballot measures to expand the sale of alcohol in “dry” areas of Dallas has raised nearly $1 million – mainly from grocery stores, restaurants, real estate developers, hotels and other businesses that stand to benefit from passage. Retailers have contributed the most money (about $700,000), followed by restaurants and hotels […]