Throw an elegant end-of-summer party with one of these gorgeous, fruit-forward cakes as the centerpiece. Be it peaches, cherries or berries, these colorful, juicy fruits are all you need to turn a cake into something striking and special
Summer is here and you know what that means — it’s peach season!
The sweet and juicy peaches of the Texas Hill Country are legendary. When they arrive each summer unscathed by late frosts or spring hails, many Texans breathe a sign of relief! To get you in the ‘ripe’ state-of-mind, we’ve gathered together some of our favorite peach recipes for early on in the season…
I can always count on Ralph my Wine Guy for new monthly wines to try from H-E-B, but a couple of these I’ve never seen before! Track down our three picks and you’ll be set for summer. I’ll be honest, I was stealing glances at this bottle all along…
Kate’s Frosting Cupcakes on Main opened in 2007 after a long San Antonio summer of creating and testing original cupcake recipes. It’s one of my favorite areas in San Antonio…Mom & Pop shops line the streets and are frequented often by curious, smiling faces. Try two of Kate’s latest additions to her ‘confection collection’…certified scrumptious for summer!
This time of year, proper hydration is a big deal — and most of us simply aren’t drinking enough water. If a plain old glass of the good stuff isn’t appealing, Epicure carries some tasty alternatives. Store Manager, Stephanie Hernandez, and I sampled a trio of brands you won’t find just anywhere.
If the cozy Cotton Gin Village is a treasure, then its resident restaurant, Cabernet Grill, is the real gem! On my last visit, Executive Chef Ross Burtwell brought me behind kitchen doors for his super simple Peach & Pecan Cobbler.
“Moving to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches…” Isn’t that how the song goes? And it’s so true. Succulent, juicy, refreshing…there are so many ways to describe a good hill country peach.
How Hill Country can you get? With this dish, you will feel like you are in the heart of the rolling hills. Peaches, lavender and a crispy crust…delicious! Talented Chef Ross Burtwell from Cabernet Grill in Fredericksburg uses as many local ingredients as possible…
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 […]