Ring the triangle! The hearty, homemade taste of the Texas frontier is alive and well at Prairie House Restaurant.
Get a load of this: From now until December 31st, La Fonda Alamo Heights is combining two holiday traditions under one husk…tamales and black-eyed peas! The beloved Mexican eatery is offering Black-Eyed Pea Tamales in addition to the usual Pork, Chicken and Beef varieties.
The best brisket I’ve ever had HANDS DOWN came from Bolner’s Meat Market on the south side of San Antonio. This 20 pound giant is stuffed with jalapeños and garlic cloves, spiced with your favorite rub and slow cooked all evening so that it’s just perfect the next day for your party.
It’s official: Football season is here! My dear friend, Rosie Benner of HEB, is sharing some fun recipes to usher in the occasion. You should definitely call a timeout to try the stuffed jalapeño poppers– packed with fried onions, Oaxaca cheese and, of course, plenty of fajita meat, they’re as positively fresh as they are crunchy!
Hot off the grill, wrapped in bacon and oozing with spice and flavor, fajita poppers from HEB are guarenteed to be a hit during tailgating season…can you get more Southern than that?? Enjoy!
It’s the gazpacho you know and love, but infused with juicy watermelon. Thanks to my friends at the Houstonian Hotel & Spa for helping us cool off!
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.
This traditional cornbread dressing delivers a Texas twist…with spicy pickled jalapeños!
During August at Piatti Restaurant in San Antonio there’s always a celebration of delicious, juicy Heirloom tomatoes. Piatti features some great items on the menu made with these gentle gems. This recipe is delicious served on any grilled or seared fish – an instant crowd pleaser! Enjoy. To prepare Heat olive oil and spice mixture, […]