Sunday, August 22, 2010

Project Eden Dinner.

Food Creates Community is a proud supporter of Project Eden a community garden in Richardson that provides fresh produce for a North Texas Food Bank sponsored food pantry.

We are helping the garden raise some finds for future expansion, so mark your calendars for Saturday September 25th for 75 a person.

A fall FCC will happen later in October.

Monday, August 16, 2010

We are actually on Facebook.

Who would have thought.

See you soon,

Monday, June 21, 2010


We are off to a great summer of flavors, weddings, and TX tomatoes!

Last night we celebrated the opening of a community garden in Richardson: The Eden Project. We put together some burgers, summer corn and tomato salad, veggie chips, and frozen fruit bars for the eager gardeners and their friends. It is exciting to see the people connect over something as basic as growing their own food.

We look forward to having you at Food Creates Community on August 28th:
RSVP here -
We will be back from a culinary trip to Europe, so come enjoy the bounty of late summer in TX. 50 a person - BYOB

Sunday, May 30, 2010


Vestals Flat Bread.
Caramelized TX Onion and Elephant Garlic.
Prosciutto, Paula's Mozzarella, 405 Oregano, TX Honey.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Schedule Update.

Food Creates Community is looking forward to a great late spring and summer schedule...

May 1st - FCC in Abilene, TX (back to the college days) Sold Out.
Supporting Connecting Caring Communities -

May 21st - - Sold Out.
A night of TX style Spanish Tapas - 20 a person

June 10th - - Sold Out.
A FCC favorite - Backyard BBQ - 30 a person

August 28th -
Back from a culinary trip to Europe come enjoy late summer flavors - 50 a person

Look forward to having you at our table.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Darina Allen / White Rock Market

Have you heard the story of Darina Allen? Here you are:

Also, have you attended the White Rock Market on Saturday mornings?

My friend Ryan Smith is creating wonderful espresso drinks at the Green Spot on Saturday mornings, his brews often sourced from Oak Cliff Roasters are sure to entice.


Sunday, March 21, 2010

Three Course Concert - Sold Out.

On April 10th Food Creates Community will partner with musician Dylan Sneed and coffee roaster Shannon Neffendorf of Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters for a night of tunes, local coffee, and seasonal tastes, we look forward to having you.

Reserve your spot here : (Event Sold Out)

Below are a few pictures of our last event...

We will set our spring and summer dates soon, so stay tuned.

Also wanted to share a link to an interesting blog that a fellow FCC diner shared with me:

Enjoy the snow!

Saturday, February 27, 2010


Thanks to all who made tonight a memorable event. It was great to greet regulars as well as new faces. We hope you enjoyed the stories shared, whether it was the story of the food, the people, or the community; you being a part of Food Creates Community, helps our story continue. Let us know what you thought?

Sunday, January 24, 2010

A Few Offerings.

There will be more to come this spring, but here are the Food Creates Community (FCC) events on the books today...

Also a few changes -

FCC is BYOB (Look forward to seeing the great TX wines and beer that you all bring!)
10% of all FCC profits will be donated to a different charity each dinner.
Ticketing for FCC dinners will be done through Event Brite

February 27th - Food Creates Community - 7:30

Celebrate the local bounty and flavors of late winter...Italian Style
BYOB - a great wine to bring would be Llano's Super Tuscan
50 a person
Buy Tickets now -

April 10 - Three Course Concert - 7:30

Food Creates Community, Musician Dylan Sneed (, and Dallas' finest Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters ( unite for an evening like you have never experienced.

Great Music, Food, and Coffee!
50 a person - BYOB
Buy Tickets now -

For any questions, contact:
Both events will take place in Dallas, specific locations will be disclosed after reservations.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Michael Pollan's new book.

Interesting interview with M. Pollan concerning his new book: Food Rules.

In the book he lays out 64 rules as an expansion of: Eat Food, Mostly Plants, Not too much.

One of the rules that did not make the list is...dont eat anything the size of your head!

Eat Well.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Happy New Year.

A new year means a new schedule.

But before we put the finishing touches on our spring and summer schedule, we wanted to see what new ideas or locations you had for our FCC dinners. We have experienced tremendous response in 2009 and know that 2010 will be full of great local food and times spent around the table.

Let us know what themes or ideas you have for FCC as we look into the new year!