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Taste: Dallas Delights

Eat in. Take out. Before Dallas’ North Central Expressway bisected the city in 1950, Greenville Avenue—now flanked with homes and…

TH Taste: Youngblood's Stockyard Cafe

At first glance, Youngblood’s Stockyard Café in Amarillo appears to be your everyday rural coffee shop. If you spend a…

Taste: The World of Dorothy Huang

Learn to cook Chinese from a globe-trotting expertBy Jane Wu“If you blink, you’ll miss it,” chides Dorothy Huang as she…

Taste: Uncovering Houston's Chinatown

If the essence of a culture can be discovered through its food, no ethnic cuisine fits this notion better than…

Oysters: The Texas Shell Game

By Robb Walsh Galveston Bay was calm, the sky was blue, and the water temperature hovered at 60 degrees—perfect oyster…

Taste: El Patio kicks it old-school

Massive condominium towers. Dense urban retail. An ever-changing roster of restaurants and services. Just as bell-bottoms have given way to…

The Weekend Starts on Thursday: Austin's South Congress Ave.

Also see: Dining Trailerside By Kate HullThe shopping district of South Congress Avenue in Austin, between Riverside Drive and Ben…

TH Taste: Margarita recipe

Former Texas Highways editor Frank Lively was known for his puckery and potent margaritas, made with equal parts tequila, triple…

TH Taste: No Place Like Dave’s Place

A getaway on the Guadalupe boasts food, drink, and sunset views By Rob McCorkleIt’s a typical Sunday afternoon at a…

TH Taste: Calvert's CocoaModa

Flamboyant characters like former Brit Ken Wilkinson, who arrived in the sleepy Brazos Valley town of Calvert a few years…

TH Taste: Shrimp Haus

How do I love fresh, Gulf of Mexico shrimp? Let me count the ways. I love them boiled, sautéed, blackened,…

TH Taste: Cool Mint Cafe

“When I started culinary school, I knew I didn’t want to own a restaurant,” says Suzanne Perkins. “I knew I…
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