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Tickets on sale for Aaron Franklin's inaugural Hot Luck Festival.
Check out the Texas chefs who nabbed semifinalist nods for the culinary Oscars.
Could these be the best pastries in Texas?…
The wine cooler is back. And better.
'The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks'…
Justin Yu of Oxheart brings a big prize home to Houston.
Wine, food, and good company: who could ask for more?…
The Food Network star talks about his Texas roots, where he eats in Austin, and a dream career in a mariachi band.
The Thai-Kun chef on childhood flavors, making his father proud, and where he eats in Austin.
Kevin Fink of Emmer & Rye furthers Texas's annual presence on the list.
Pierre Celis helped kickstart the craft brewing movement in Texas. Now it's his daughter's turn to advance the movement.
Two Austin chefs made the national categories, and Texas ruled the southwest regional competition.
The Texas chefs and restaurants named as semifinalists.
A look inside Top Knot, Dallas's new Japanese-Mediterranean-Latin American fusion restaurant.
Get ready to drool over the offerings at the Austin Food & Wine Festival 2016.
An ode to the drowned taco, one of the best tacos in Dallas.
Are You Ready for the 120 Tacos You Must Eat Before You Die?…
A red-wine blend that stands up well to barbecue and Tex-Mex.
The poor 'Texas Monthly' taco team had to eat soooo many tacos.
Four Texas restaurants are in the running for the magazine’s best restaurants list.
How Wes Mickel, a trained chef and hobbyist beer brewer found his way to being one of the first cider makers in Texas is a question he still asks himself on a regular basis. The Arkansas native took on the challenge of making cider from Texas-grown apples purely by happenstance.
Tuscan in style, with bright red fruits, aromas of smoke, earth, and herbs.
Kim McPherson of McPherson Cellars launches one of the first nationally-distributed Texas wines in collaboration with California Winemaker, Dave Phinney’s Locations brand, with the simple name that says it all: TX.
Feathers will be ruffled.
Michael Fojtasek and Grae Nonas join the ranks of Chris Shepherd, Tyson Cole, David Bull and seventeen other Texas chefs previously honored with the same recognition.
Including Aaron Franklin, Gilmore, Hugo Ortega, and Justin Yu.
More than a dozen restaurants represent the state.