Fast becoming a master soda jerk, Marilyn Shackelford, manager of Johnny B’s Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain, showed us how to make a fresh Lime Rickey at home.1 juicy lime Crushed ice 1 1/2 oz. cherry syrup (Jubilee brand is good)Fill a pint glass with crushed ice. Squeeze in juice of one
IT WASN’T BECAUSE I was touring West Texas that I ate a cheeseburger for breakfast. It was after stumbling upon Johnny B’s for lunch the day before. Never mind the open sky and distant mesas, the cheeseburger at this inviting luncheonette was all I could envision.Open only since November (and
No Matter where you are, there’s someplace to be nowhere.
It’s a noble institution, especially if you can master all its subtle skills: not being there, the second call, holding forth, and another thing...
When liquor by the drink went into effect in 1971, Texas changed forever.
Saint Paul said that a little wine is a fine thing. He must have known something.
For years no one would drink Lone Star beer because rednecks did; then one enterprising man figured out that if it was marketed right, everyone would want to drink Lone Star precisely because rednecks did.
From Requiem for a Margarita.1/2 ounce of Triple Sec (1 tablespoon)1 ounce of fresh lime juice 1 1/2 ounces of light tequilaMaking the best margarita in town—at home—is not a matter of money. It does not depend on buying the best tequila or substituting classy Cointreau for the cheaper
Tequila, tequila, everywhere, and not a drop in your margarita.
Try the house wine; I made it with my own feet.
Some Texans are going crazy over wine. Others are just going crazy.
A long overdue homage to a cornerstone of Texas culture.
How Coors is setting out to conquer Texas.
From machismo to counterculture in one decade.
The inventor’s wife is named Margarita, but the drink was not named for a woman.
Some recommendations on what to do, see and buy this month.
It's not easy these days to find a good wine selection at reasonable prices, but it can be done.