A sweet and sour cocktail trend, with roots entrenched in the 1700s, is making a comeback. We share an introduction and a few recipes.
Ahhh! How refreshing does a nice milkshake sound about now? Although you may have your favorite way of making shakes, we'd like to share this tasty recipe.
Tempt your family and friends with this delicious recipe for lemon buttermilk ricotta pancakes.
Whether you prefer old-school enchiladas or newer incarnations, it's hard to get enough of the ultimate Tex-Mex dish. We share a recipe for Tex-Mex enchiladas, too, for you to try at home.
You can't go wrong with berries and chocolate, and this recipe shows you how easy it is to make these crowd-favorite treats.
Fresh from a cooking class, Senior Editor Lori Moffatt shares recipes for butternut squash hummus and white tabbouleh.
Senior Editor Lori Moffatt unveils some of her favorite Austin dining spots that showcase inventive and delicious cuisine.
Put on your apron! We have recipes for you to try. Get started with chile con queso, then try your hand at chicken-fried steak. For your sweet tooth, make your own pink peanut patties at home ... and brace yourself for the delightful sugar rush.
Sipping vinegars? Yes! Senior Editor Lori Moffatt discovered the complexities and health benefits of balsamic vinegar and finds out more about the art of vinegar tasting. She assures it's good.
In our September issue, we've tempted you with the Czech kolache tradition. If inspired to try your own, we share this recipe.
In this town chock-full of iconic rib joints does Fort Worth really need another marquee smokehouse? Yes. The new Woodshed Smokehouse enchants diners and defies smokehouse stereotypes.
Texas Sweet Tooth
The American Pie Council shares its 2010 winning pie recipes.
Traditional tres leches simply delicious and simple to make.
See the May 2010 issue for an easy tres leches recipe, or buy one at a local panaderia. Here are hot items to look for at your local panaderia.
Chocolatier Ken Wilkinson helps revitalize Calvert's sleepy downtown. Also: We all scream for National Ice Cream Month.
Few edibles rank as high among Texans in the category of necessary foods as pie. It belongs up there with chicken-fried steak and cheese enchiladas. So, if you're ready to be tempted, we've pinpointed some of the tastiest options.
Spice It Up!
All this talk about affordable food in San Antonio has us craving a little salsa and pico de gallo. Try these recipes.
As salsas are apt to do, this roasted red sauce and easy green sauce recipes will add zing to any meal.
Senior Editor Lori Moffatt shares more about her foodie experiences in Killeen.
Get the scoop on Houston's culinary tours.
Writer returns to El Paso to visit his favorite among the city's many Mexican restaurants.
Seven of Houston's most celebrated chefs and an award-winning food writer shine a spotlight on the city's multicultural food scene.
Greenville Avenue now a trendy stretch with as lively daytime appeal as its after-dark vibrancy.
Dorothy Huang's dim sum-and-Asian-market tours demystify Chinese cuisine.
First Thursday down Austin's Congress Avenue offers an eclectic mix of food, vendors and people.
Discover "101 ways to eat shrimp" at Schlitterbahn's Shrimp Haus.
A Hill Country haunt presents multiple diversions, along with frog legs and shrimp, burgers and barbecue.
Slowly revolving atop Dallas’ iconic Reunion Tower, Wolfgang Puck’s Asian-influenced Five Sixty restaurant offers diners a panoramic view of the city.
Inspired by writer Jessica Dupuy's wine-tasting trip on the Rio Grande, we revisit some of our favorite Dutch-Oven recipes.
A handful of Texas hotels still serve a spectacular Sunday brunch, with extravagant buffets that may include prime rib, bananas Foster and champagne.
Wine and Dine
These three food groups unite for Buffalo Gap's 5th annual Wine and Food Summit.
Wineries work together to promote each other and the region. Many events help draw crowds.
Fredericksburg Cabernet Grille encourages culinary exploration as it complements a creative, regionally sourced menu with Texas wines.
The Nasher revisits a scene from a New York City diner.
Highland Park Pharmacy's 1912 Soda Fountain found a formula that works and sticks to it, successfully.
Classic cocktail recipes with a hint of Texas culture.
Orange up your margarita, Texas style.
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From the March 2009 issue.