Allow us to state the obvious…it’s hot! And the temperatures aren’t cooling down any time soon. We’re on the move across the Lone Star State to find the most irresistible spots to cool down with something sweet this summer. Whether you like crunchy, creamy or chocolatey, these treats will have you HOOKED!
In Austin, there’s one place you have to visit for one-of-a-kind banana pops. Bananarchy is king! Order a whole or half banana dipped into your favorite toppings and enjoy it on a spoon stick. Here are some of their delicious flavors you can try, or create your own!
In the Houston area, you need to stop in at Cloud 10 Creamery. Calories don’t count here! They take their ice cream to the next level with these custom treats that are large enough to share.
One of the best restaurants in all of Houston managed to take me out of my comfort zone…and I had a BLAST! Incredible food at the chef-driven Kata Robata, but it’s their sake I found to be so sensational. Beverage Director Steven Salazar was my guide through three exciting food pairings.
Ever heard of ‘peanut butter powder?’ It’s incredible, and it’s one of the tasty tips that make these frozen banana pops from Chef Charlotte in H-E-B’s Cooking Connections so sensational.These are easy to make…a five minute fantasy in the kitchen. Your kiddos will also love them as an after-school snack. Heck, bring them in on the cooking process!
We’re in the dog days of summer…enough said! Who needs a reason for pie? Golden recipes from Goodtaste like former Houston Chronicle editor, Ann Cromwell, and a traditional Texas Pecan Pie from her TEXAS THE BEAUTIFUL cookbook! Our opinion? Some of the best pies for right now, including…
H-town is wrapped in a romance and the lovin’ is sweet! In this latest edition of ‘Best of Goodtaste,’ I’m featuring some of my favorite desserts that originate straight from the heart of the Bayou City.
Are you looking for a dish that’s not only delicious…but makes a fabulous presentation too? I’ve found it at H-E-B Cooking Connection. Chef Jeff Alfeche at the Bunker Hill location made this Banana Wrapped Chilean Sea Bass for me recently. Wow!
This is so easy to make! What a dish from Chef Byron Bergeron of the Fig Tree. The best part is that you can buy a pre-made Crème Brulee from H-E-B or Central Market, and then dress it up with these caramelized bananas.