A gluten-free red, white and blueberry pie complete with a granola crust! Perfect for Fourth of July! Recipe and photo by Yummy Mummy Kitchen.
Filled with tangy, juicy chicken and fresh veggies, this Orange Chicken Pita Wrap is delicious and easy to make at home! John Soules Foods’ crispy Orange Chicken is pre-cooked, so you only have to heat them up to enjoy—get the recipe here!
We must confess—we get excited for Thanksgiving every year solely for the leftovers! If you’ve gotten your fill of turkey sandwiches, turn those precious extras into this Tex-Mex twist on a classic shepherd’s Pie.
Ritual, in Houston, serves a decadent smoked short rib that they have become famous for! If you’re looking to impress your friends with a delicious homecooked meal, look no further…
Bejas in Fredericksburg brings the flavors of Baja, Mexico to the plate in this easy, but flavorful enchilada made with marinated shrimp, a colorful mango salsa and a cheesy cream sauce spiked with sherry.
This bright summer berry sauce is not as sweet as you might imagine. The generous amount of lemon juice cuts nicely through the sugar and the lavender adds a subtle floral note.
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Gingerbread is not just for the holidays! This Gingerbread Waffle with Hot Chocolate Sauce recipe from Chef Rudy Souberbielle at Tribeca 212 in San Antonio is perfect for the Mom who loves a little chocolate first thing in the morning.
Reeaaaally ripe bananas are the secret to this creamy Banana Pudding Ice Cream from Austin’s “Handmade Mama” Mary Helen Leonard. Serve it with storebought or homemade shortbread cookies
These ravishing Redfish Tacos will make you feel like you’re enjoying dinner in Cabo! They’re made at Primero Cantina at La Cantera Resort and Spa in San Antonio.
This bread pudding is among one of the best! You can find it at The Rouxpour Restaurant & Bar in Sugar Land, outside of Houston, where it’s Mardi Gras all year long!
This recipe is from the owner of Cartwright’s Ranch in Denton. He made this based on this Grandma’s recipe .. and it just may remind you of the version your Grandma used to make!
A quick and easy appetizer from The Funky Door in Lubbock! This dish was inspired by owner Carrie Britton’s daughter’s pregnancy cravings! It uses just three simple ingredients!