Virtual Vittles

You can’t eat Texas food on the Internet, but you can learn about it, order it through e-mail, and access hundreds of recipes and restaurant reviews. Dig in.

I FLATTER MYSELF THAT I KNOW A BIT about Texas food. I think about it all the time, I’ve been writing about it for more than twenty years, and I have judged everything from chili cookoffs to a cookie chill-off (it was refrigerated desserts — don’t ask). But during the past year, I discovered to my chagrin that a whole new area had opened up about which I was totally clueless: food on the Internet. So on

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