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Welcome to the Texas Highways recipe page. Food is known for bringing people together, whether physically or ideologically (see: no beans in chili). It’s both sustenance and pleasure, with dashes of history, culture, and family. Because of this, recipes are much more than a list of ingredients and step-by-step directions—they’re a reflection of who we are and where we come from. We hope that this compendium of classic Texas recipes published in our magazine and on our website not only nourishes you, but also informs you about the foodways of our great state.
In this guide, you’ll find recipes from the Texas Highways archives. See something you like but aren’t quite ready to cook? Enter your email address in the “Save for Later” box at the top of each recipe, and we’ll email you the recipe to reference later.
Chocolate Pecan Rye Pie with Chocolate Pecan Sorbet
Steve McHugh, chef and owner of Cured in San Antonio