Your Dallas Foodie Gift Guide: Chocolate, Coffee, Breads and Barbecue
The gift of good barbecue is the gift that gives back forever. And ever. Chcck out this meat platter from Lockhart Smokehouse in the Bishop Arts District. Print out this picture, purchase a gift card, then wrap the card in that picture. Everyone loves a gift that has a home-made touch to it. Price varies based on weight, so work that out at with the folks at Lockhart.
Fortunately, Dallas has several chocolate shops to purchase great gifts. Dude, Sweet Chocolate will challenge what you thought you knew about dark chocolate. Also, be sure to check out their new Preston Center location. CocoAndre Chocolatier in Oak Cliff makes some amazing chocolate molds, like Cowboy Santa and Roadster Santa. Plus a pretty swank-lookin' Frosty. Chocolate Secrets also has plenty of inspiring edible chocolate art, and hopefully they still have bacon-covered chocolates with a pink flying pig on the top. That's just got to be the perfect gift for someone on your list.