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June 25, 2020 | By E. Dan Klepper
Growing up in a South Texas household of outdoor enthusiasts made fishing along the Gulf Coast a routine family affair. We spent our springs hooking red drum in the bays and our summers pulling king mackerel, amberjack, pompano, and red snapper from offshore waters. At 14, I hooked my only sailfish, a leviathan that leapt out of the water, flashed its sail-like dorsal fin, then defiantly spit out the hook before it disappeared into the deep blue.
June 19, 2019 | By Wes Ferguson
On the first morning of Camp Brisket, professor Davey Griffin begins to sharpen his knives before a rapt audience of barbecue aficionados. Griffin is wearing thick safety glasses, blue Kevlar gloves, and two aprons tied around his waist—a white apron on top of another one made of chainmail. On Griffin’s head is an Aggie-maroon hardhat.
Safety first, brisket second.
April 25, 2018 | By
That was more than a decade ago, when my husband David Norman and I moved from Manhattan to a staggeringly beautiful property in the Hill Country. But what we lacked in frontier skills, we made up for in enthusiasm. So we drove our truck over the cattle guard and dove in.
February 9, 2015 | By
The dutch oven is a great way to cook recipes at a campsite, whether on coals from a fire or charcoal. In the March 2015 edition of Texas Highways, photojournalist Julia Robinson covers chuck-wagon history, along with modern-day cook-offs and races across the state. Try the following recipes for a little home cookin’ on the range.