Don’t be James Corden, but there are polite ways to send your food back

Nov 03, 2022, 11:00 AM

We don’t want to be James Corden, but sometimes you do need to send your food back at a restaurant. Listen as The Dallas Morning News food team talks about bad behavior in restaurants, and why it’s so hard for nice people to ever complain about their food. We also talk about the “cult of the restaurant kitchen,” why we all love olive appetizers, a new jalapeño popper dip recipe, and a great new lunch spot. Then we chat with Elizabeth Myong, reporter for ArtsAccess, about the role of food in the North Texas arts community, and why she thinks “Dallas has the best Korean food scene in Texas.”