Flock to your nearest farmers market to find flavors like these! The following recipes feature inspired farm-to-table ingredients for healthy eating from home this summer…
Little Gretel Restaurant
You can bet the key to Mom’s heart on her special day is a memorable meal with her kids – plain and simple! Enjoy brunch suggestions in Houston, San Antonio, Austin and the Hill Country. Happy Mother’s Day, ya’ll
Get inspired by the chefs behind the menus- it’s an episode packed with fabulous flavors and fantastic people! Personal triumphs from the folks at Masraff’s, Little Gretel and Cured. Have those tissues handy!
Tag along as we travel to Cibolo Creek in Boerne for a luscious layover at Little Gretel. This Hill Country gem serves up Old World favorites in a comfy dining room filled with treasured memories from…
Encore for EPISODE 4! First up, a quick trip to the coast at Salt Traders! Then, the food and the family behind Little Gretel. We’ll wind down at Bernie’s Burger Bus, where ‘Detention’ never tasted so good!
We’re headin’ to a new seafood spot just up the road from ATX all about local, fresh & fun. Then, a quaint bistro on the banks of Cibolo Creek, plus one ‘classy’ burger joint in H-town. It’s EPISODE 4!
Ensure she doesn’t lift a finger on Mother’s Day. Heck, catch Mom before she steps foot out of bed! Breakfast in bed may come as a surprise to her, but that’s the idea. This is THE day to show your #1 gal just how much she’s appreciated…you got this!
A BIG congratulations goes to Executive Chef/Owner Denise Mazal of the Little Gretel Restaurant in Boerne. Chef Denise was just awarded the Best Businesswoman of the Year for 2014 by The Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce. Way to go Denise!
Some are calling it the “next generation donut” or “the new bagel.” Forget everything you think you know about kolaches…THESE are the real deal. Open wide for authentic Czech kolaches from Chef Denise Mazal of the spectacular Little Gretel Restaurant in beautiful Boerne.
In the world of cooking, charcuterie is in a class by itself. Smoked meat, sausages and even duck confit are now common items on many restaurant menus, and it’s largely due to this man: Chef Brian Polcyn. He’s the co-author of Charcuterie and Salmuni, two celebrated cookbooks on the craft of salting, smoking and curing — and he’s come to Sysco!