Tools of the Trade
Cooking like a Texan requires its own special gear, whether it’s a woodpile for the smoker, a skillet your granny used, or a well-worn wooden spoon (maybe even the one your momma spanked your hiney with as a kid).
One simple push = one fresh corn tortilla!
For that citrus splash in your guac, pico, or marg.
Chile Pepper Lights
Add some spice to your next tamalada.
Beans just plain look good in this.
Your pit awaits.
To keep your fire wild.
Guy Clark’s Texas Cookin’
Lyrics to feed your soul: “We gonna get a big ol’ sausage / A big ol’ plate of ranch-style beans / I could eat the heart of Texas / We gonna need some brand-new jeans.”
Do your best to inherit one. There’s never been a finer heirloom.
Shoot it. Eat it.
God bless Texas cooking.
Lonesome Dove cook Bolivar clanged his with a crowbar for a good five minutes.
Nothing like tequila, triple sec, lime, and salt to inspire you in the kitchen.
The Drawer Arsenal
That funky-looking one? It’s a mango fork.
Little Buckaroo Dishes
Eat up, cowboy.
Our state cooking vessel as of 2005.
Could crockery be any more festive?
For all your crushing, grinding needs.
Corn as bread, bread as corn. Get it?