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Long and Wine-ding Road

The Texas Hill Country has long attracted visitors for its combination of outdoor recreation and historic towns, and in recent…

On a Roll at Gil’s Broiler

When Gil Rainosek walks into the San Marcos restaurant bearing his name, he chats with the kid behind the counter,…

Salud! to Tasty Adventures

In a demonstration kitchen within shouting distance of Davy Crockett’s fiddle, a 650-pound purple amethyst, and circus memorabilia from the…

Drink with Your Dog

Folk wisdom maintains that one year in a dog’s life equals seven for you. Some experts say that the math…

Elevating Abilene

The blackboards covering the walls of Abi-Haus, Abilene’s buzziest eating-drinking hotspot, serve as more than artful design elements, though they…

An Apple a Day

Near the confluence of Bear and Onion creeks on a 20-acre ranch in far south Austin, I’m touring the fermentation…

Crazy for Crumbzz

Since relocating to the Dallas suburb of Forney, I’ve discovered not only the charms of living in a small town,…

Food and Wine Fest Guide

Happy New Year! Is there anything more invigorating than the promise of twelve months to fill with adventures, new experiences,…

'Holidaze in a Glass"

Most cocktail recipes call for a dash or two of Angostura bitters, but this lush and spicy number uses the…

Howling for Barbecue

At 5:30 on Saturday afternoon, my husband and I turn off US 67 onto twisty, narrow Somervell County Road 1004…

Gardens of Beer

Halfway through a pumpkin porter and a bluegrass song, my Thursday night is humming along nicely. I’m sitting outside at…

Gap Time

Each visit to Buffalo Gap proves more rewarding than the last. This tiny burg (population about 460) sits in a…
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