This deliciously indulgent treat from Star Fish in Houston brings together simple grilled oysters and a luxurious butter sauce that will quickly become your new favorite pairing!
“Don’t break out your grill for this dish. Here in New Orleans, barbecued shrimp means sautéed shrimp in Worcestershire-spiked butter sauce.” Mr. B’s serves the shrimp with heads and tails on — and always with a bib!
A great corn on the cob recipe for grill season from Chef Justin Wangler of Kendall-Jackson. Served with lemon verbena butter, grilled lemon and finishing salt on the side.
Your side dish selection can definitely make or break a monumental meal like Thanksgiving. May the following recipes all be delicious additions to your family’s table this year, yielding plenty to pad your plate!
Holy Moly! This whipped honey pumpkin butter from my friends at Frank San Antonio is absolutely delicious! Try it on everything from dinner rolls to desserts…
I scream, you scream…wow, we ALL scream for ice cream! And the sizzling summer heat only supports our cause. But this is no ordinary frozen treat! Meet Marcelo Kreindel, the “gelato master” of Trentino Gelato.
This is a meal fit for a Royal Wedding, but you can make it at home! I asked Royal Chef Darren McGrady what he would serve at the Royal Wedding.
These muffins are a sort of individual streusel-topped sour cream coffee cake. Delicious!
Julia Child is the inspiration for so many chefs and cooks around the world. These crepes are one of her specialties!
This sounds like a yummy recipe…perfect for a good brunch throughout the holidays!
One taste and you’ll see why this delicious lemon lovely from the Gruene Door won a coveted spot as one of the Top Ten Desserts in San Antonio by the SA Express-News.
Doesn’t a bowl of cheese soup sound delicious? The Gruene Door makes the most fabulous beer cheese soup. And it’s so easy to make!
Heavenly. That’s the only word to describe these chocolates! Jamie at “Choicolate” on Sonterra agreed to share this incredible recipe for Ginger Cinnamon Truffles…YUM!
Escargot – even if it’s served in a cup with a piece of bread on a toothpick – this is still a Fiesta favorite!
Legendary restaurant Earl Abel’s makes this cobbler/pie on special occasions and on Sundays. You can make either…a pie or cobbler with this recipe.