A little taste of TONS should get you in the mood for Fiesta! Brighton Center’s A Taste of the Northside Fiesta event is consistently the hottest party of our annual citywide celebration. If you’d like to hang with me in VIP, we have a discount on VIP tickets exclusively through Goodtaste.tv.
Fig Tree Restaurant
Kick off the New Year with a multi-course meal made entirely with local ingredients! The next Chef Cooperative pop-up dinner in San Antonio is a fundraiser for Parr Vineyards at the Fig Tree Restaurant at the Dashiell House on Saturday, January 10th. The goal of Chef Co-op is to continue spreading awareness on the importance of eating local!
Are you looking for a fun night out to toast to 2014? We have a short list of exceptional places around town with innovative menus, along with the perfect cocktails.
Instead of making a traditional turkey or serving ham this Christmas, wow your guests with a savory duck recipe. If you haven’t tried making duck before, don’t be intimated. It’s easy, delicious and a crowd pleaser.
I read somewhere that most fathers on Father’s Day, if given the choice, would prefer to stay home and do whatever they want instead of heading out to a fancy meal somewhere. So, in honor of those dads, my hubby included, I thought I’d feature some man food ideas that come from talented chefs but are meals you can make at home.
I have no complaints with this decorative dessert…who would?! It’s triple the chocolate for Fig Tree’s Bouche de Noel, or “yule log.” Savory powdered sugar sprinkled across whipped layers of moist Genoise cake, filled with rich chocolate mousse and a butter cream icing to top it all off.
I’ve lived in San Antonio some thirty years, and I’m still discovering little gems I didn’t know existed! The historic Dashiell House is one of my recent finds. It features gourmet food, a charming River Walk patio and a spectacular setting in an historic home built in the 1850’s. This place could be the perfecting […]
Ten years ago I co-hosted twice with Regis Philbin when the program was looking for a replacement for Kathi Lee. It was a whirwind trip to NY – my nerves were a wreck. I didn’t sleep for days before, but it was an experience I’ll never forget. Regis was delightful. Turns out it was a […]
Take me to the South….of France! A glass of rosé wine is a start. That’s where some of the world’s finest rosés come from. Summertime is perfect for rosé. I’m not talking white zinfandel! Many rosés have a nice crisp acidity that’ s very refreshing in hot weather. Like red wines rosés are made from […]