This weekend on Goodtaste with Tanji, we’re crunching into crisp shredded chicken tostadas,
dining on chargrilled quail and sipping on Texas Hill Country wine. To tease your palate a little more, here are 3 things not to miss in this week’s brand new episode of Goodtaste with Tanji Season 4.
1. From Biker to Baker
Owner of Mi Tradición, “Chuy” Guevara has two passions — biking and baking. When Chuy was a child, Lance Armstrong had just started becoming famous for his feats as a cyclist. Chuy aspired to be like him and one day compete at the Tour de France. Chuy eventually become one of the top 20 cyclists in Mexico — he was so good that he nearly made it on the Mexican national cycling team.
2. Back to the Basics
Photo Courtesy of Prairie House
Jim Murray decided to take a chance on an old bait shop, renovating it as a space in which to open his own restaurant. Jim is a collector of curiosities and knick-knacks which he likes to display at Prairie House. You’ll find taxidermy, antique tin signs and vintage glass bottles adorning the walls. Taking his love of the nostalgic past a step further, at Prairie House, Jim and his staff only cook with ingredients from the United States and use no gas in favor of mesquite wood and open flames.
3. Little Cabin in the Hill Country
Bunny and Dr. Richard Becker were only looking for a historic little cabin on one acre (with no yard work!) as a getaway from the hustle and bustle of the big city. But instead, in 1990 they ended up falling in love with a log cabin built in 1845 that rested on 130 acres. Being successful gardeners and dreaming of opening their own vineyard, they saw this find as a sign and the next thing they knew, they were putting in a vineyard.
Tune in this weekend for delicious food and MORE during the ALL NEW episode of Goodtaste with Tanji.