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Pho-nomenal

About 10 miles north of the town of Palacios and Matagorda Bay, the scenery along Texas 35 begins to change.…

The Hye Life

Does an oenophile’s paradise exist in Texas? While some wine-lovers may pine for the Provences and Willamette Valleys of the…

Southern Comfort

I knew the first time I pulled up to Sylvia Mae’s Soul Food in Jacksonville that there was more than…

Cajun Goes Coastal

A saltwater-scented breeze tugs at the end of a roll of paper towels planted in the middle of our wooden…

Big Beers in Big D

The craft beer scene continues to thrive in Texas, and Dallas is no exception. Twenty-seven of Texas’ 189 breweries and…

Working Up an Appetite

Texas has a score of rock-climbing gyms, but only one boasts an eatery that has earned kudos for its food…

Off-N-On

Now that In-N-Out Burger has opened dozens of locations in Texas, there have been raves—as well as scattered “mehs”—for the…

To Dine For

Since my husband and I moved from Fort Worth to a ranch south of Glen Rose a decade ago, we’ve…

Crushing it at Messina Hof

On an uncharacteristically cool and overcast August morning, rows and rows of Lenoir grapes grow fat on the vines at…

Best Yodeler in the World

Off a dark winding road about four miles northeast of Georgetown, a lively German-style celebration unfolds most weekends. Or at…

Meringue and Memories

There is a sweet spot in East Texas where mile-high meringue and heritage are folded into the ultimate dessert experience.…

Hidden Delights

Author Roald Dahl wrote, “the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.” And when it comes to…
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