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There are only a few people who truly represent the culinary scene that’s so unique to DFW.

Then again, Blythe Beck cooks and walks to her own beat. Which makes her a perfect contributor to Newsfix with her weekly segment, “Spice of Blythe”. It’s her take on how to get the most of your kitchen.

Blythe has been part of the local restaurant scene for many years, with stops at some of the area’s most well-known places to get really good food.

But nothing compares to what she calls her “baby”. Chef Beck serves her own style of what she calls swanky southern food at Pink Magnolia in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District.

Swanky means a lot of beer, butter and booze!

Blythe is made for talking about food in front of a camera. You may have seen her on The Naughty Kitchen with Blythe Beck which aired on the Oxygen network.

You can catch “Spice of Blythe” each Tuesday on NewsFix, and see other segments at cw33.com/spiceofblythe

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  • Spice of Blythe: Christmas Morning Breakfast!

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  • Spice of Blythe: Best Christmas Appetizers

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    Pink Magnolia’s Blythe Beck takes us BACK into the kitchen with some hacks to save you time. First, she talks about BACON! Instead of making a mess in a frying pan on the stove, she says lay them out on a baking sheet, pop them in the oven for 10 min at 350 degrees, and they’ll be perfectly and evenly cooked! Next, she takes a look at deviled eggs. She says instead of boiling them yourself, buy them already hard […]

  • Spice of Blythe: Dallas Farmers Market Part 2 – Holiday Shopping!

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  • Spice of Blythe: Blythe Makes a Pumpkin Pie!

    DALLAS — Thanksgiving is right around the corner and this week, Pink Magnolia chef and owner, Blythe Beck, visits a Kessler Pie Co. to try her hand at making a pumpkin pie! She says baking is one of her major fears, so she’s braving the storm and heading into their kitchen. She meets Deb who owns the shop with her mom and sister. Deb has her mix 1 1/2 cups of pureed pumpkin, an egg, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, salt, sugar and […]

  • Spice of Blythe: Dallas Farmers Market Part 1

    DALLAS — In this week’s Spice of Blythe, Pink Magnolia Chef, Blythe Beck takes us to the Dallas Farmers Market! Her first stop is at the Juha Ranch. Not only is Blythe a fan but she’s also a customer! They sell beef, lamb and rabbit and have been at the Dallas Farmers Market for 10 years! The next stop, is Bonton Farms. The non-profit farm is in South Dallas that provides produce for the food dessert in the poverty stricken […]

  • Spice of Blythe: Halloween Candy and Wine Pairings

    This Halloween, or should we say Hallo-wine, Blythe Beck and Mistress Julie take us through some wine and candy pairings! First, they take a look at the sparkling wine (Blanc de Blanc) and Candy Corn combination. Next, they indulge in some Skittles and Blythe’s favorite, a light Pinot Grigio. Taking a look at the reds, they try the Pinot Noir and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup combo. Sticking with the reds, they move onto the lovable Snickers with caramel and nuts […]

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