Kick off Women’s History Month with recipes from some of our favorite female chefs and cooks. From Julia Child’s approachable French cooking to Alice Waters’ genius use of vegetables, all of these culinary icons have impacted the way we cook in our homes. Cook one, or cook them all, this is guaranteed to be a tasty month.
Expect to be ‘wowed’ by the wildflowers this spring. We’re talking a plethora of phenomenal colors, shapes, sizes and textures! Here are a few ideas for easy outdoor grubbin’, while you relish the best that Spring 2015 has to offer in the serene Texas Hill Country…
Brrr, another cold front is in! Today is the perfect day to warm up with some comfort food from an Austin favorite. We’re sampling the best of Blue Dahlia’s classic French cuisine, paired with wine selections from Goodtaste.tv…
When Chef Scott Cohen calls with news, I always pay attention. I’ll tell you why shortly. Scott calls Friday and says ‘Tanji, you’re never gonna believe what I got…Shad Roe coming here to Watermark Grill.’ I would’ve love to share in his excitement, but had to admit I didn’t know what Shad Roe was. Google […]
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 […]
Yikes! For the first time ever, I entered a cooking contest and won…sort of. I’ve cooked all my life—started in junior high and have always loved it. Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking played a huge role in my cooking ‘life’ and has been in my library for more than 25 years. (BTW, […]