Get ready, game day is almost here! Whether you’re cheering for the Patriots or the Rams, these mighty-tasty Super Bowl snacks will please any fan. Make one, or all, of these impressive recipes, and you will have the most epic snack spread of the season. Now, fill up that cooler with some cold beers – it’s time to get cooking.
One thing you won’t be surprised by is the taste…out of this WORLD! Root your favorite Texas team to victory with this cheesy delight.
Rain or shine, our appetite for the most colorful, craveable Fiesta cuisine carries on. We’re hungry for it all! Savor the only full week of happenings on this 126th Anniversary with authentic Mexican street foods…
Scrumptious pimento cheese dip with a kick from Executive Chef Tommy Simpson at Searsucker Austin.
H-E-B is on a quest for the best! We’ve got the scoop on the grocery store’s 4th annual Primo Picks competition. Find out how you can get your product onto H-E-B shelves. Entries are being accepted 2/22 – 4/5…
No matter the day, there’s always something happening at The Park! Daily specials aren’t the only things that rock at the Domain location. This locally owned American eatery and sports bar is a prime spot to…
Lip-smacking, tailgate snacks that are really simple, healthy and fun! Chef Anna of H-E-B Cooking Connections has some incredible eats for the Big Game that you’ll want to hang onto long after we crown a champion on Sunday.
This is one of my favorite Mexican food spots in the Houston area. I fell for their Puffy Queso back in high school! Through the years, this small chain has become a family tradition handed down over generations. Favorite tables, favorite waiters and naturally, favorite dishes have become rituals with Houstonians who have named Los Tios “Houston’s Best Tex-Mex!”
Soooo good! Those were my words when I tried this incredible queso recipe at the Central Market Hatch Chile Pepper recipe contest. I was a judge along with San Antonio Police Chief Bill McManus, Ed Tijerina from MySA.com, along with some others. The recipe comes from Garrett Heath, who writes a blog called “An Average […]