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Cuisine Confidential: Penny Adams

In recent years, the town of San Saba—some 100 miles northwest of Austin—has reinvented itself as a tourist destination, complete…

Texas Wines Outshine

 Now that the dust has settled from the 4th annual Austin Food & Wine Festival, which took place at Auditorium…

A Vintage Redux

At 6 p.m. on a Wednesday, I'm sitting with a good friend next to the cozy patio fireplace at Kent…

Cupid's Picks

Looking for a more creative way to treat your sweetie this Valentine’s Day than giving the typical store-bought card, candy…

Wild West Wine Bar

Imagine yourself in Fort Stockton’s adobe Grey Mule Saloon, around 1894. Sidle up to the bar and order a shot…

Taste 290

Driving to Fredericksburg from the east on US 290, it’s easy to notice that spring adores the Hill Country: This…

Feast for the Senses

Looking ahead to spring, the Austin FOOD & WINE Festival, which will take place April 25-27 in Austin’s Butler Park,…

Wine Enthusiast Magazine honors the Hill Country

The news couldn’t be any timelier. As we’re planning our April issue’s coverage of the red-hot Fredericksburg Wine Road 290,…

The Great, Grape Plains

A  six-foot steel sculpture of a corkscrew marks the entrance to McPherson Cellars in downtown Lubbock. Inside, the modern theme…

Food and Wine recap

Among the many things I learned at the second annual Austin FOOD & WINE Festival, which took place at Austin's…

Toasting Big Bend

As a longtime Texan and adventuresome traveler, I’ve enjoyed a long fascination with the Chihuahuan Desert region of far West…

Sharing and Conversation

I'm hardly a wine connoisseur, during blind tastings in the past, I've invariably preferred the least expensive wines, but when…
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