EPISODE 1 premieres this weekend, April 9-10th! Set your DVR!
Join us at the table!
Goodtaste will take you into the kitchens and behind the scenes of some of the best restaurants in Houston, Austin, San Antonio and the Hill Country. Sure, we’ll taste some delicious food, but we’ll also hear the wonderful stories behind those kitchen doors. There are some incredible folks who’ve overcome amazing obstacles to reach their culinary dreams.
[CLICK HERE to read more from Jeanne Jakle’s latest column in the San Antonio Express-News]
Here’s what’s on tap for Episode 1 –
We start in the Alamo City, where it’s party time all the time at this haven for traditional Tex Mex, Mi Tierra. Celebrating 75 years, it’s the ONLY place in town doing it this way for this long–open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Mi Tierra is a love story of art, music and family tradition. Stayed tuned to see what’s in their margaritas that could help you live longer… 🙂
JACK ALLEN’S KITCHEN
Up the road in Austin, weird is wonderful — but so is the food! From the Alamo City to the Capital City, we saved you a seat at one of our favorite spots for locally soured eats in ATX, Jack Allen’s Kitchen. Captain Jack aka Chef Jack Gilmore is known for his big voice, big heart and, yes, big hair!
We’ll teach you how to make his popular, border-inspired enchiladas at home. They’re super easy and fast. Served in a cast iron skillet for a presentation that sizzles:
Then, Uptown in H-town – creative cocktails and Gulf seafood like you’ve never seen before! Welcome to Caracol, one of the area’s hottest restaurants from Executive Chef Hugo Ortega. A modest man with a fascinating backstory, Chef Ortega is a joy to watch at work. His Mexican coastal kitchen fires on all cylinders!
Be on the lookout for the recipe to one of Chef’s signature entrées, the Callo de Hacha. Pan seared jumbo scallops on a bed of Poblano sauce with roasted cauliflower and wild mushrooms…
Wines of the Week:
Good wine doesn’t have to cost a fortune. I have bargains from H-E-B you don’t wanna miss! 😉
— WOAI, Saturdays @ 6:00 PM, starting April 9th
— KPRC, Sundays @ 5:30 AM, starting April 10th
— KEYE, Saturdays @ 6:30 PM, starting April 9th
— KUQI, Saturdays @ 9:30 PM, starting April 23rd
— KRGV, Sundays @ 12:00 PM, starting April 10th
— KFDM, Saturdays (Check Listing), starting April 9th