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A few years ago for his birthday, my uncle asked my grandma to make a cherry pie he’d spied in her collection of…

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On a visit to Houston last year, a friend suggested I go have fried chicken. While I’m always up for something crispy, I…

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The first time I encountered fried green tomatoes was via the film of the same name. I had never heard of the dish…

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Some things never change and that old saw about Texas weather being predictably unpredictable still holds true. Take last Sunday, for instance. In…

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On a recent road trip, I took a break in Fairfield, a small town about halfway between Dallas and Houston. For years, this…

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Back in June 1969, the Dallas Morning News featured a German potato salad from a restaurant on Lovers Lane called The Rib. It…

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The other day, my friends and I dined at Mattie’s in Austin. The restaurant is in a grand old house built in 1893,…

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For a Texan, one of the finest things in life is gathering at a Tex-Mex table with friends and family, sharing stories as…

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