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Tamales Recipes

In the December issue, we take you to San Antonio’s Tamales! Festival, which takes place at The Pearl on December…

Pie-eyed Recipes

Here are three classic Texas pie recipes, adapted from recipes we published in Cooking with Texas Highways (the University of…

Chocolate-Salted Caramel Mousse
 


Pillowy chocolate touched by a hint of salted caramel makes for a dreamy taste explosion.  You might want to make…

Pumpkin Flan

Pumpkin pie can hold its own (and it's one of my all-time favorites), but this pumpkin flan is the pie's…

The Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers markets are obvious attractions for serious foodies in search of fresh produce, locally sourced cheese and meat, and artisanal…

Fried and True

The woman at the next table whispered something to me. “Anchovy paste,” she said.

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…

Nuts About Pralines

As a child, I looked forward to my mother’s homemade pecan pralines every Christmas. The sugary, nut-studded treats practically defined…

State Fair Fare

See related: Deep-Fried Blog (recipes) and Refried Deep-Fried Blog It takes a certain amount of audacity to deep-fry butter, bacon,…

Oh my OHMS!

In the heart of Amarillo’s downtown, you might expect to find Tex-Mex and barbecue—but not Continental fare like English trifle,…

Crazy Water

I'll have a bottle of Crazy Water, please.” Well, actually, I’ve already got one. Mine looks to be from about…

Dining surprises in Amarillo

In our September 2013 issue, Amarillo writer Beth Duke explores the story behind the city’s popular downtown restaurant OHMS, which…
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