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Mesquite smoke gives food a flavor like no other.
Shiner Bock, brewed in southeastern Texas for nearly a century, is a favorite across the country.
Brisket is the rightful king of Texas barbecue. This slow-smoked brisket recipe illustrates why brisket is the rightful king of Texas barbecue.
6 steps to chef Stephan Pyles’s elegant tamale tart.
These dried flowers lend their flavor to dozens of refreshing drinks.
Texas viognier captures both the terroir and the spirit of the state.
Some of our favorite places to eat and to stay in Texas.
Soaking chiles is quick and easy and makes a delicious base for sauces.
4 quick steps to eating boiled crawfish.
Spice rubs, also called dry rubs, are essential to Texas-style barbecued beef brisket.
It might not be necessary to soak dried beans at all.
Here's how it's done.
This fierce annual competition celebrates authentic Mexican-American cowboy cuisine.
Some of Texas’s best chicken fried steak can be found at this family-owned café.
A truly Texan specialty.