Hi everyone! So we’ve officially declared this week on Goodtaste to be…(drum roll please)… ‘Bacon Week’! We’re hoping you don’t mind. Salty, crispy, crunchy and oh so yummy — the list of descriptors goes on. We’ve hand-selected a few recipes you may have heard of that peaked our interest…and then some that sounded too good to be true!
Home to extraordinary margaritas and a fantastic brunch, Blanca Aldaco takes a lot of pride in serving some of the best Mexican eats in town. Check out what she calls “the most delicious thing” for your grill, especially for Fiesta season…a Mexican-style hotdog!
There’s a lot of buzz around this dish and the recipe is the real deal! Max’s famous MAX’n Cheese is Cavatappi pasta tossed in truffle cream with fresh mozzarella, white cheddar, Gruyère, and Grana Padano cheeses for the ultimate cheese sensation! Directions: In a large pot, bring milk, cream, and sachet to a boil. Reduce […]
Ever tried Oaxacan Creamed Corn…Mmmm, it’s delicious. Rich, creamy and packed with flavor. Let’s face it: When it comes the Thanksgiving Day meal, it’s all about the sides! Turkey is turkey, but the sides can really make your meal shine!
The Cotton Gin Village really is one of the most delightful bed & breakfasts I know, and of course, the Cabernet Grill on these lush grounds is no exception! Ross Burtwell is the Executive Chef and he’s dished out some ambitious recipes in the past that are totally Texan, like this chicken fried pecan pie…
Haven Restaurant was recently named one of Houston’s Top Ten New Restaurants. This shrimp dish is one of the reasons why! Chef Randy Evans uses only the freshest ingredients.
How’s this for spicing up Texas quail? Jalapeno stuffed…and wrapped in applewood smoked bacon. Yum! The chef from the Cabernet Grill at the wonderful Cotton Gin Village in Fredericksburg gave me this incredible recipe.
What a great side dish! HEB Cooking Connection shared this recipe. It’s so easy to make – and goes with just about anything.
This salad is delicious, and it’s the creation of famed Chef Andrew Weissman. I suggest watching the video first before you try this preparation. After closing Le Reve, Chef Weissman opened the wonderful il Sogno at the historic Pearl Brewery in San Antonio. You’ll find this salad on the menu. Blanch asparagus in boiling water […]
Camille is a very talented chef, but she was also a great friend…I still consider her the same even though she lives many miles from SA now. Thanks Camille for sharing one of my all time favorite soup recipes.
Thinly slice the onion and saute’ in a 6 tbs olive oil and add the Pancetta or bacon cut into bits. Then cut the tomatoes into chunks and add it. Cook over a low flame for just 15 minutes. Add salt and crush peppers to taste. In the meantime cook the pasta al dente, drain […]
These savory scallops are so easy to make, and they are delicious!
I first tasted this delicious corn pudding at a wine tasting at Paesanos 1604. I liked it so much, I begged them for the recipe so I could pass it along. It’s made with roasted corn. Enjoy! 1. Saute corn and garlic shallot mix. Add cream. 2. Bring to a boil and then simmer 5 […]
My mother-in-law made this dish every single holiday, and we never got enough of it. It’s wonderful, and I always think of Helen when I prepare it now. Comfort food at its best! Combine all ingredients in an oblong pyrex dish. Place butter pats randomly on top. Bake at 350 for approx. 30 – 40 […]
This is a beautiful fall soup and very easy to make. Your guests will be so impressed! Peel and seed the squash. Cut into 1-2” squares. Boil the onion and squash in the chicken stock until both are tender … about 10-12 minutes. Put the boiled mixture into a blender and puree for a few […]