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The Season starts with the freshest Gulf seafood, over-the-top Texas Steaks and a Hula Dance for Tre Leches Cake!
Football’s big day is almost here! If you’re still planning out your Super Bowl spread for Sunday, consider one of these crowd-pleasing soups. This is not only an inexpensive and easy way to feed all of your guests, but most of these soups can be made ahead and customized with a fun spread of toppings.
We pay a visit to the Crawfish Shack in Crosby just outside Houston, where a husband and wife duo are cooking up more Cajun crawfish than anywhere else in America (6,000 pounds a day!).
We visit one of the oldest buildings in Austin that’s believed to be haunted. The Clay Pit is a modern Indian restaurant with spicy calamari and kebabs fired up in an authentic tandoor oven.
We cap off this epic season with a scenic road trip to a shack in the Hill Country: The Alamo Springs Café . This tiny spot is serving up massive, juicy burgers and was voted one of the very best hamburger spots in all of the Lone Star State by Texas Monthly Magazine. Plus, it boasts a […]
For our last show of the season, I wanted to go out with a bang and share some of my very favorite wine finds. These wines are some of my personal favorites and you’d no doubt find them in my kitchen. Find my picks here! Let’s start with Champagne! I love a bottle of bubble […]
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Print Recipe GOYA’s Ham Croquettes with Tuna Poke & Aji Crema These eye-popping appetizers from the GOYA test kitchen taste as good as they look. These delicious bites topped with marinated ahi tuna and creamy aji sauce will score a touchdown at your next tailgate party, but are fancy enough for Oscar night, too! For […]
Print Recipe Clay Pit’s Chicken Vindaloo This hearty Indian dish from Clay Pit in Austin gets its flavor from a variety of colorful spices and peppers. Traditionally, it’s made with pork, but it can also be made with beef, mutton or chicken, like we do here. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course […]
Print Recipe Alamo Springs Café’s Roasted Garlic Crostini with Goat Cheese This simple appetizer from Alamo Springs Café in Fredericksburg looks impressive, but it’s quite simple to make. It’s a real conversation starter that gets your guest involved in squeezing and spreading that sweet, buttery garlic from the bulb onto freshly toasted bread. This recipe […]
They say all good things come to an end, but we’re still wishing for more episodes of season 5. We got to share 13 episodes of some of the best Texas has to offer and got a whopping 40 new recipes for you to eat along with us at home! Though we don’t play favorites, these are five that we couldn’t wait to make after the show.
When it comes to convenience-meets-health-conscious kitchen gadgets, there’s one powerhouse in particular that we’ll take any excuse to fire up—the air fryer. From fruits and veggies to meaty mains, here are five tasty air fryer recipes we think will have you all fired up, too.
Texas is best known for its barbecue, Tex-Mex and southern comfort foods, but healthy cooking has quickly found its spot in the mix. From seasonal, local ingredients (even some grown in their own gardens!) to dishes to fit any dietary lifestyle, these healthy Texas spots have got you covered.
If you’re looking for comfort food, something healthy, plus a spot for the whole family including the dog, your search can end at Hank’s! I visited my friends at We Are Austin and shared some of their must-order menu items plus, a few bottles that are $15 or less.