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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…

Cocktail Hour

For those of us interested in both drinking delicious cocktails and learning about their history—a fun area of learning that…

Jacoby’s Biscuits & Gravy

Jacoby’s Restaurant and Mercantile in Austin, a full-service restaurant and bar that has become renowned for its dry-aged burgers, chicken-fried…

The Jacoby's Way

Last year about this time, fourth-generation rancher Adam Jacoby, who grew up working his family’s land in Melvin, launched Jacoby’s…

Food Familiar

The East Texas city of Tyler has changed since I was a youngster, when only a few places served a…

Go Local

After a vigorous romp around Centennial Gardens in Houston’s Hermann Park, my husband Marshall and I eagerly join a handful…

Good Things are Worth the Wait

Around the first of September, we received a copy of the 2015 harvest report for Wedding Oak Winery in San…

Cuisine Confidential: Anne Patterson

In the throes of a Texas summer, when midday temperatures often hover around 100 degrees Fahrenheit, we Texans are prone…

Comfort Food: Pies

Notice there is no category called “Dessert.” No category for cake, cookies, ice cream, or candy. Texans are very serious…

Comfort Food Sans Meat

Texas comfort food is the centerpiece of our November issue, featuring 24 pages of our Reader’s Choice Top 40 Comfort…
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