Dewberry jam is a quick and easy sweet spread made from wild blackberries, lemon juice, and sugar. No pectin required and a delicious taste of Texas spring!
This year, I missed the Hill Country display of bluebonnets. This makes me sad as I understand it was a banner year. But I do have a few trips to…
One of the first desserts I ever made was Rice Krispies treats. This combination of puffed cereal, butter, and melted marshmallows is a classic. And for good reason, as it’s…
Beer, Cheddar, cream cheese, and pickled jalapeños come together for a cool and creamy dip that goes well cold beverages, pretzels, and crackers.
Ripe strawberries, spinach, yogurt dressing, Feta cheese, and a granola croutons are in this welcome salad that’s a Texan classic.
Ham and cheese are cooked together between two buttery flour tortillas until the quesadilla is melty and warm. Serve with guacamole and salsa.
A tangy ham glaze formed from currant jelly and mustard has been a Texan favorite since the 1900s, yet still tastes fresh and new.
Texas sweet onion pudding is an elegant and savory side dish that takes caramelized onions and blends them with eggs, cream, spics, and herbs.
Much like enchiladas, enfrijoladas are stuffed tortillas that are smothered in sauce and cheese, but the sauce is made from pureed beans instead of chiles.
Beer biscuits are an easy quick bread made with flour, butter and beer. They are tender and sweet with a complex flavor much like sourdough.