All aboard! Next stop, the legendary Whistle Stop Tea Room. You’ll love this adorable lunch spot, don’t miss the ever-popular Tortilla Soup with a splash of red wine. They’ve never given out the recipe – until now […]
Print Recipe Pecan Creek Grille’s Homemade Chorizo Pecan Creek Grille is one of the busiest breakfast joints in Houston, get their homemade chorizo recipe here! Votes: 4 Rating: 4.25 You: Rate this recipe! Course Entrées Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients 3 dry Chili de árbol3 dry Ancho chili1 head or 8 cloves Garlic1 1/4 tsp Cinnamon1 […]
Texas Honey Ham in Austin sells whole baked hams with a crackly honey-glazed crust. Pick up a ham to go or dine in. My favorite dish? The hearty Hambone Soup. Seven varieties of beans […]
Go on an international culinary adventure at MKT BAR in downtown Houston. This ever-popular restaurant will take you around the world with its global food that ranges from slow-cooked lamb tacos […]
Reel in this aquatic-inspired Green Salad with Fresh Gulf Shrimp and Greek Dressing from Nick’s Fish Dive & Oyster Bar in The Woodlands.
Beets are back! You’ll love this refreshing salad from our friends at Hubbell & Hudson in The Woodlands made with a fresh beet vinaigrette.
Our friend, Austin-based ‘Handmade Mama’ Mary Helen Leonard at Mary Makes Good, shares the recipe to her favorite indulgent meal, this luxurious Lemon Scampi with Gulf Shrimp and Roasted Broccoli.
Savor the flavors of the sea with these new Tacos de Salmon from Chef Johnny Hernandez’ new restaurant, Villa Rica Mexican Restaurant in San Antonio. Make them with fresh guacamole, lime cabbage slaw and pico de gallo.
This Lamb Bean Stew from Pondicheri owner Anita Jaisinghani is absolutely lovely, like an Indian chili.
This dish is all about the meat, with simple ingredients like fresh thyme, garlic and a little ground mustard. My favorite part? The little addition of a little red wine!
This Beer Marinated Grilled Pork Chop recipe from Central Market features just eight ingredients and is easily prepared in just three simple steps.
This sweet treat is from our friend Anita Jaisinghani at Houston’s Pondicheri. It’s so simple, but oh-so luxurious with fresh figs and raspberries. Your tastebuds are in for a thrill ride!
Fresh spinach is such a terrific ingredient. It cooks up fast, looks great, and is loaded with vitamins and minerals that elevate it to nutritional powerhouse status. It tops this balsamic vinegar–basted chicken with panache!
This is one of the most popular orders at The Monument Cafe in Georgetown, and now you can make it in your own kitchen! Enjoy!
Want to add a little more green for extra iron? Our friend Ali Miller, R.D., L.D., & C.D.E. in Houston has the right recipe for you! Her butternut and brussels sprouts hash is easy to whip up and packs a few extra vegetables to the mix.