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Grounds for Discovery

I was 35 when I went to Paris for the first time, which coincided with my first cup of coffee.…

Thrilling Distilling

Founded in the 1850s, the town of Dripping Springs—just west of the booming city of Austin—hosts so many weddings that…

Long and Wine-ding Road

The Texas Hill Country has long attracted visitors for its combination of outdoor recreation and historic towns, and in recent…

An Apple a Day

Near the confluence of Bear and Onion creeks on a 20-acre ranch in far south Austin, I’m touring the fermentation…

Gardens of Beer

Halfway through a pumpkin porter and a bluegrass song, my Thursday night is humming along nicely. I’m sitting outside at…

Go Local

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

Ready, Set, Start

Running errands in Dallas, Mom and I realize we’re both thirsty and famished. Our busy day, with its lengthy to-do…

Mastering the Margarita

As a Tex-Mex-deprived Northeasterner, I try to get my spicy food fix as often as possible during my annual weeklong…

Righteously Refreshing

This is the most delicious thing I’ve had to drink at breakfast, or maybe ever,” says my friend Leslie, pointing…

A Dark & Stormy Twist

On my first visit to the Railean Distillery’s new Buccaneer Bar—which opened the weekend of September 19 last year to…

A Devotion to Craft

Located in a warehouse district just beyond the northern edge of downtown Houston, a 101-year-old brick building that once served…

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…
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