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6 college football teams that need to temper their expectations this season

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August is always Optimism Month in the sport — this season is always going to be better than the last. Bigger, faster, stronger, better coached — those are the talking points of preseason camp nationwide. Read More.

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Would you pay $120 for a beef sandwich? Why one Fort Worth steakhouse thinks you should

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  Don’t go looking for edible gold flecks or a diamond-encrusted serving tray alongside the new $120 sandwich at B&B Butchers in Fort Worth. The ingredients on the pricey A5 Wagyu katsu sando are, simply, beef on crustless white bread.  And the coveted Japanese Wagyu, which is lauded internationally for its marbling and smooth texture, comes fried. Then swiped with barbecue sauce. Gasp! Read More. 

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B & B Butchers in Fort Worth now has a $120 wagyu sandwich on the menu – and they’re selling like wildfire

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Don’t believe that DFW is the king of steaksin the USA? Check out this new steak item now on the menu at B & B Butchers   in Fort Worth: a $120 prime beef sandwich. Owner Ben Berg told me over lunch yesterday (I was his guest) that he was inspired by an upscale twist some Japanese and Manhattan chefs are applying to the popular lunchbox pork cutlet sandwich (or “katsu sando,” as it is called in Japan).  But instead of tucking inexpensive pork inside two slices of buttered, toasted white bread slicked with soy-and-mirin based bbq sauce, they’re swapping a

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Let’s Review B&B Butchers

While the B&B in the restaurant’s name is for proprietor Benjamin Berg and his great-grandfather, who was a New York butcher, it could stand for big and bodacious.  Patrons have a choice of drinks and dining in 5 spaces – the downstairs or upstairs bars and dining rooms or the rooftop patio.  The rooftop patio has been engineered to deal with Houston’s heat and humidity with a louvered cover and a soon to be installed AC system.  The downstairs butcher shop is also available for events. The almost century old building has terrific views of Houston’s knock out sky line. Read

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Dining news: Two sharing cursed spot, cowboy coffee downtown and it’s Hatch chile time

  There are 20 Fort Worth Restaurants participating in this year’s DFW Restaurant Week, which supports the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope Home. And while “week” is in the title, the annual dine-out fundraiser can run as long as three weeks for some area restaurants. Read More. 

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