Brie dip that comes together as soon as it bubbles! This one brings fresh dill and parsley together for a mouthwatering combination from Central Standard Bar & Grill in Austin.
A ‘cool’ front is expected this week. Music to my ears. Proof that the humidity will drop, and we can once again dine outdoors in comfort. We found a perfect spot to take in the predicted cooler evenings, a place with waterfront views and a relaxing outdoor patio—and of course, good food!
While bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrushes dot the Hill Country now, it won’t be long before Lavender bushes start producing their fragrant buds. If you’ve never cooked with lavender, put it on your spring to-do list. Lavender’s soft, relaxing fragrance enhances a variety of foods…
There’s nothing more spectacular than a delicious sandwich done the right way. Epicure is a gem for many reasons, and their impressive deli certainly lives up to the reputation for having some of the best gourmet sandwiches around!
Leave it to Paula Dean to come up with a fabulous recipe. This is a slight variation of a delicious, velvety soup with oysters, brie and champagne…bring on the romance!!
Even though our beloved Cowboys or Texans didn’t make it to the Super Bowl, chances are we’ll all take in some of Sunday’s game…even if it’s just to see Madonna’s half-time performance. If you’re tired of hot wings, queso and the usual Super Bowl snacks, I’ve got some delicious alternatives like a warm brie with a caramel agave topping for starters.
This is a delicious appetizer (I could make a meal out of it!) from the charming Cotton Gin’s Cabernet Grill restaurant in Fredericksburg. It makes the perfect party food!
I’m a novice when it comes to knowing beers, but I admit, I’ve now been to two beer pairings and loved every minute! My most recent “adventure” was at Bohanan’s beautiful new bar, where we paired different beers with different cheeses. Guess what: some of those beers paired better with the cheeses than wine!
We did it. We popped the cork on a 50 year old bottle of wine to begin a weeklong celebration of my birthday. (At this age why not!) It ‘was’ a 1959 Chateau Lynch-Bages from the Pauillac appellation in the Bordeaux region of France. This AVA region, by the way, produces three of Bordeaux’s five […]