I know the resilience of Houstonians. We come together and make things happen. As we move forward and the rebuilding process begins, I thought it fitting to feature classic ‘comfort food’ recipes…
This is an AWESOME pie recipe for holiday time! From Bud “The Pieman” Royer. Made with delicious Granny Smith apples.
When it comes to holiday dessert, there’s nothing quite like that perfect piece of pie – no matter how you slice it! Plain and simple, our savory picks for Thanksgiving won’t disappoint. There’s something for everyone…the hard part is sharing!
Royers Round Top Cafe is iconic for Texas-sized pies in a priceless Texas setting. Now you don’t have to make quite the treck to Round Top, Texas to enjoy their claim to fame, his Chocolate Chip Pie, although you should! Behold the sweet little sister shoppe to Bud’s rowdy Round Top Cafe…Royers Pie Haven in Austin.
Some of my wine enthusiast friends forwarded me this recipe from Washington. They were in the state visiting vineyards and fell in love with this fun version of an American favorite.
I love this charming Santa Fe restaurant and adore this apple pie. The late Rosalea Murphy put this place on the map and put this recipe on the menu back in 1944! The butter/brandy sauce is decadently delicious… Preheat oven to 450°F. Prepare the crust Work the flour, lard and salt together with your fingers […]
The holidays wouldn’t be complete without a homemade pie! This is my recipe, but it was inspired by my grandmother. I used to watch her make pies from scratch all the time–she NEVER used a recipe. Use fresh, tart apples for best results. Happy Holidays everyone! For the Filling Melt the butter and add the […]
Every week on Q101.9 FM I do a fun segment called Weekend Preview that lets you know what food and wine events are going on around town…motivation to get your weekend started! It could be a free wine tasting somewhere or maybe a special offer from one of my restaurant partners on my website. I’ve […]