“There are hundreds of kinds of cherry tomatoes, wonderful for muddling and pickling, but equally great for their firm and delicate texture. Just the stems alone are a work of art. They also make for an opening sensation. They are the perfect bite-size treat, with lots of flavor and juice.” – Cocktail Chef Matthew Biancaniello
Introducing one of my very favorite salads anywhere in the country! Zinc’s Texas Chopped Salad calls for a very unique ingredient: salmon cured with tequila. I’ve long had the recipe for the salmon itself – but here we’re finishing it off with the right fixings like…
Our quest for lighter fall fare continues on KEYE-TV with a superb tequila cured salmon recipe from Zinc Bistro. You can use it to serve as a topping on bruschetta! Try pairing with…
New Yorkers love brunch. In fact, it’s an all-day affair there! You can find most brunch menus running into dinner hours on the weekends. One brunch spot that is tucked away in the Meatpacking District is Dos Caminos…
Major renovations for Rainey Street in Austin! No Va Kitchen & Bar is the dream child of chef/owner Brad Sorenson (Food Network Star, Chopped) with adventurous, yet approachable dishes and a menu that offers home-spun twists on sophisticated classics.
It’s known as THE definitive work on tequila. ¡Viva Tequila!: Cocktails, Cooking, and Other Agave Adventures by cookbook and cantina author, Lucinda Hutson, is a wonderful book with countless, insightful travel tales and incredible recipes — all based around what else? Tequila!
Print Recipe Queso Flameado (Melted Cheese Flambéed In Tequila) Jalisco’s famed melted cheese dish, queso fundido, is better known as “queso flameado” in the northern state of Chihuahua. For a spectacular presentation, dim the lights and flambé it at the table. Serve with warm tortillas or crispy tostada chips or as an accompaniment to grilled […]
“Juan’s special touch, fresh lime juice, and plain good tequila.” That’s the recipe for over 40 years of success as told to me by Hans White, owner and operator of La Fonda Alamo Heights — a local legend at Tex Mex. Of course he’s referring to his world famous bartender, Juan, who has been with La Fonda over four decades!
La Fonda Alamo Heights is ‘thinking pink’ all month long and believe me, it’s tasty. The longtime SA town establishment is joining the fight against breast cancer during October…with margaritas!
For decades Houstonians have been begging for this recipe and until now it has remained a guarded family secret. It’s guaranteed not to disappoint you or your guests.
There’s a bit of a trend going on with restaurant names using letters, numbers or a combination of the two…At first glance, Houston’s TQLA in the Heights almost falls into the mystery name category. But, one step inside and it all makes sense…T-Q-L–tequila!
Blanca of Aldaco’s Stone Oak has a knack for coming up with some of the most creative drink ideas anywhere. This one is no exception. Delicious!!
This has to be the best way to enjoy watermelon—on ice with a little tequila! This margarita is the most recent creation by the Margarita Maven Blanca Aldaco at Aldaco’s Stone Oak. It is delightfully refreshing and perfect for any Fiesta! Blanca shows you how easy it is to make.
Melissa Guerra – who owns a fabulous store in the Full Goods Building at Pearl Brewery – sent me this recipe for Fiesta.
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