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Hot off the Griddle

Like many Texans who have a fondness for pancakes, I keep a list of favorite places to eat them. Magnolia…

Head East

As the craft-beer movement explodes in the Lone Star State, well-made beers are originating beyond Texas’ major cities and long-established…

Comfort Awaits

Inside the modest painted-brick building that houses Huntsville’s Farmhouse Cafe, comfort awaits—both on the plate and in spirit. In the…

Fried Pie, Oh My!

Browsing the stands at a new farmers market in Fort Worth, I was slowly making my way through roduce and…

A Story on Every Plate

Inside Das Peach Haus’ weathered wooden storefront off US 87 in Fredericksburg, the shelves lining the store’s perimeter overflow with…

More to Ponder

My dining party is enjoying our cobbler when a clang pierces the hum of lunch conversations at Ranchman’s Cafe in…

Eat to the Beat

Music has drawn people to the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas since the 1920s, when Leadbelly, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and…

Party with a Purpose

For five days in January, in the recuperative lull between New Year’s and Valentine’s Day, San Antonio hosts a smashing…

Sweet-tooth Solutions

I push open the weathered metal-and-glass door of Naegelin’s Bakery and immediately face a dilemma. On one side of the…

¡Sopa Deliciosa!

For restaurateur and cookbook author Sylvia Casares, the road to becoming Houston’s beloved “Enchilada Queen” started mid-career. “I was 42…

Leave it to Bevers

When in need of sustenance on my frequent travels around Texas, I seek out local places—establishments where I know the…

Make Time for Tea Cakes

In her new cookbook From Tea Cakes to Tamales: Third-Generation Texas Recipes, journalist and former Texas Highways editor Nola McKey…
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