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Cajun Goes Coastal

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

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…

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…

Comfort Awaits

Inside the modest painted-brick building that houses Huntsville’s Farmhouse Cafe, comfort awaits—both on the plate and in spirit. In the…

More to Ponder

My dining party is enjoying our cobbler when a clang pierces the hum of lunch conversations at Ranchman’s Cafe in…

Sweet-tooth Solutions

I push open the weathered metal-and-glass door of Naegelin’s Bakery and immediately face a dilemma. On one side of the…

Leave it to Bevers

When in need of sustenance on my frequent travels around Texas, I seek out local places—establishments where I know the…

Some Like It Hot

Few places embody the spirit of a city more convincingly than The Boiling Pot, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary…

Sweet Shop

Some meat-lovers claim that bacon pairs well with almost every other food. I consider this point of view as I…

They Know Their Dough

Regulars who make the drive out to Pieous, a pizzeria and bakery on the western outskirts of Austin, know to…

The Crust is a Must!

I grew up on homemade chicken pot pie and made it regularly for my three kids, so when I heard…

Sister Act

"You need a dose of Farley Girls,” came the recommendation from a wise Galvestonian that Saturday morning.
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