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Your Feast Portland Survival Guide — Seattle Magazine

Thursday Sept. 18: Widmer Brothers Brewing Sandwich Invitational Buzz spreads quickly here, so it’s easy to zero-in on the booths with the best offerings – they’ll have long lines. They’ll also run out first, so grab a beer from the Widmer stand and take your place...

Hey Chef, What Can I Do With Eggplant? — Serious Eats

If you've ever opened a box of late-summer produce from your CSA and seen a dozen eggplants staring back at you, you may know what it feels like to have no clue about what to do with eggplant. With tough skins and an occasional astringent...

Destination Dallas — Wine & Spirits Magazine

FT33 boasts the most innovative food in Dallas and arguably the most exciting wine list in town. Chef-Owner Matt McCallister highlights wild and foraged vegetables in his dishes, turning seaweed into an oceanic salsa verde for swordfish and rapini, using maitakes to bridge skate...

Favorite Dishes — Dallas Observer

Being able to offer obscure products is just one reason Matt McCallister has been practicing the art of cured meats at FT33, since way back in the days when he worked at Campo. He also likely does it because it's fun and interesting, and the...

Tasting Notes — Dallas Voice

Design District hot-spot FT33 is really bringing attention to Dallas’ food scene. Its chef, Matt McCallister, was recently on the cover of Food & Wine magazine as one of the top chefs in the country, and reservations fill up quickly. If you wanna check it out,...

Chef’s Tour: Dallas with Matt McCallister — TRAVEL + LEISURE

The blue-eyed chef is making waves at his seasonal, Gulf-inspired restaurant, FT33—he even snagged a spot on Food & Wine magazine’s prestigious roster of Best New Chefs this year. We caught up with McCallister to find out his top local haunts in Dallas...

These 18 Restaurants Have Lovely Custom Plates — Bon Appetit

At FT33, chef Matt McCallister is involved in every step of the creative process in his dishware collaboration with Sarah Petersen of Petersen Pottery in L.A. Before becoming a chef, McCallister went to the Metropolitan Arts Institute in Phoenix to sharpen his eye for design—a...