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  • 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 returns to her roots as she explores how recipes, cooking, and food bring families and communities together.

  • 12 Texas Chefs Share Their Favorite Holiday Recipes

    In the coming weeks, families across Texas will gather to puzzle over index-card recipes, stir sticky pots, peer into ovens, and maybe mop up a spill or two. These annual gatherings with family and friends are perhaps the greatest tradition of the...

  • “The Austin Cookbook” Showcases the City’s Essential Recipes

    about food can turn into a heated argument before you can say “brisket,” determining and collecting its essential recipes is a daunting task.

  • Mouth-watering beef recipes

    hankering for beef, the Texas Beef Council is happy to sate your cravings. Their website, for "Beef Loving Texans," offers recipes, stories, cooking and shopping tips, as well as nutrition information to help you find your way.

  • Holiday Comfort Food Recipes from Your Favorite Texas Chefs

    in our coverage of Texas holiday meal traditions also shared the secrets of their favorite dishes. Find inspiration in recipes ranging from Lou Lambert’s grilled beef tenderloin to Larry Delgado’s tamale tips and Ross Coleman’s black-eyed peas.

  • 3 Recipes for Your Father's Day Cookout

    This Father's Day, dad deserves to eat like a king. We've compiled a list of mouth-watering recipes that will ensure your Father's Day is grilled to perfection. RECIPES Smoked Brisket Crumb-Crusted Top Sirloin and Roasted Garlic Potatoes with Bourbon...

  • Web Extra: Follow the Smoke - Recipes

  • 7 Wine Pairings for Holiday Recipes

    In our December issue, we presented a collection of favorite holiday recipes from Texas cooks, including bloggers and restaurateurs. The only thing that can possibly improve on them is a perfectly paired vino from a Texas winery. We reached out to some...

  • Pie-eyed Recipes

    are three classic Texas pie recipes, adapted from recipes we published in Cooking with Texas Highways (the University of Texas Press, 2005). May we suggest accompanying these slices with a scoop of Blue Bell ice cream and perhaps a cup of stout coffee?

  • Web Extra: Winning Recipes from the 2015 National Pie Contest

    Each year, the American Pie Council hosts a National Pie Championship. The following are some of the 2015 Best of Show winners from the professional and amateur divisions. Winners include a First Place Professional entry by Jaynie Buckingham of Austin...

  • Tartar Sauce Recipes

    In the November issue of Texas Highways , writer Helen Bryant takes readers to the Famous! Kings Inn in Riviera, whose recipe for tartar-sauce remains a closely guarded secret. We can’t claim to have the official recipe, but these—adapted from versions...

  • ¡Sopa Deliciosa!

    For restaurateur and cookbook author Sylvia Casares, the road to becoming Houston’s beloved “Enchilada Queen” started mid-career. “I was 42 when I left the corporate world,” she says. “Looking back on it, I surprise myself when I think about what I...

  • Collecting family recipes

    we highlight the latest cookbook by our former colleague Nola McKey, From Tea Cakes to Tamales: Third-Generation Texas Recipes . In writing the book, one of Nola’s goals was to encourage families to preserve their heirloom recipes.

  • Make it!: Summer Recipes

    lengthen, salads often move from a supporting role on Texas menus to full-on star status. Here are some fresh and unusual recipes from the Cooking with Texas Highways cookbook, available at bookstores and at .

  • Chilaquiles

    new Plates/Cook department, which debuts with this story, we’ll aim to explore Texas’ vast culture of cooking—including recipes, techniques, and tips—and we think there’s no better place to kick it off than with fourth-generation Texan Jessica Dupuy’s...

  • Web Extra: Rum Recipes

    In our June 2015 issue, we tell the story of the Railean Rum Distillery in San Leon, a little town south of Houston, which manufactures the sugar-derived spirit in small batches—a concoction that’s perfect for sipping and mixing.

  • Have a Shot of Dessert

    For the past few years, I've enjoyed the opportunity to be part of Fredericksburg Food and Wine Fest' s Cooking School. It's hard to explain how much I enjoy sharing a few baking tricks to let others discover their own baking skills, but I do enjoy...

  • Recipes: Deviled Eggs

    Deviled eggs may be the perfect party food. Portable, protein-packed, inexpensive, pretty, and easy to make, these little nuggets of deliciousness can stand up to myriad flavor combinations, from basic (mayo, mustard, pickle relish) to exotic (cream,...

  • Deep-Fried Blog: Recipes for State Fair fare

    Welcome to the Fried Food Capital of Texas! aka the State Fair of Texas.

  • Fourth of July Recipes

    July 4th celebrations are all about family, friends, fireworks and food. While we can't help you with the first three (sorry), we have you covered on the last.

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