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Sip and celebrate at Texas Craft Brewers Festival

Texas’ biggest celebration of Texas craft beer—the annual Texas Craft Brewers Festival—returns to Austin’s Fiesta Gardens for an afternoon of…

Gab and grub at Texas' stockyard cafés

When sitting in a stockyard café, surrounded by weathered cattlemen in sweat-stained Stetsons and busy waitresses balancing plates of chicken-fried…

Fort Worth's Tokyo Trifecta of Japanese comfort food

Working as a dining critic and food writer for most of my career, I’ve been asked hundreds of times to…

Making the rounds at Eagle Mountain Farmhouse Cheese Co.

In a stainless steel vat in the back of a cheese shop in Lipan, I use a large paddle to…

Wide awake with Big Bend Coffee Roasters in Marfa

On a recent jaunt to the Davis Mountains and Big Bend area, I enjoyed drinking coffee from Big Bend Coffee…

Tribute to art of canning at the State Fair of Texas

The State Fair of Texas, held every fall at Dallas’ Fair Park, is a feast for eyes, ears, and taste…

East Texas' Jucy’s Hamburgers aims for win

Walking into Jucy’s Hamburgers, at the corner of McCann and US 80 in Longview, the first thing I notice is…

Tequila Day Recipes

National Tequila Day is a perfect time to hone your skills at crafting cocktails with Texas' distilled darlin'. Try these…

Green's Sausage House dishes good grub in the traditional rural way

As a light rain falls, a crowd is gathering at Green’s Sausage House, a country café, meat market, and bakery…

Slurp up hand-pulled noodles at Houston's Let's Noodle

On a sleepy Thursday afternoon just after the lunch rush, Let’s Noodle, a hand-pulled noodle shop in Houston’s Chinatown area,…

Alpine's Saddle Up bar sets the right tone for classic cocktails and conversation

No television screens hang on the walls of The Saddle Club in Alpine. No loud music interrupts long and interesting…
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