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The Food Network's show Chopped is getting a dose of smoky flavor with this new season on grilling, called Chopped: Grill Masters. Chefs will compete for a $50,000 grand prize. On Sunday's episode (9 p.m., July 29), Fredericksburg chef Nicole Davenport will be trying for the cash money. And the chef and owner of Sugar and Smoke in Fredericksburg, a restaurant featuring house-smoked meats and sweets, has our endorsement. On Sunday, August 5, another Texas chef will be competing. Ernest Servantes, a chef at Sodexo at Texas Lutheran University, will have to battle the grill and the elements. Tune in and root for your local chefs.

Two Step Restaurant (9804 West Loop 1604 N) is helping out San Antonio students by hosting Stuff the Bus, a donation of school supplies. On Thursday, July 26, there will be a school bus in front of the restaurant. Anyone who donates school supplies to stuff the bus will get a complimentary appetizer or dessert. If you forget your supplies, the restaurant will have some for sale.

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