March 1993 Issue

Features

Feature

Worn Free

Top-flight wear (from hat to shoes) for rugged adventures on the Texas terrain.

Feature

Sam the Man

His wives! His lives! A bountiful birthday guide to Sam Houston, Texas’ ultimate hero.

Feature

Tom Who?

Jimmy Johnson said he’d see us in the Super Bowl, and he was right. Now he is a hero, and his critics are eating crow.

Feature

Indian Takers

All across Texas, vandals are searching for ancient treasures by looting Indian campgrounds—including the one on my family’s ranch.

Feature

About Face

He waffled about the Senate seat, then sought safe harbor in Bill Clinton’s Cabinet. Why did Henry Cisneros choose HUD over headlines? Only he knows for sure.

Columns

Lifestyle

Naked Truth

Twice a week I strip for strange men in a topless bar. I worry about just two things: weirdos and what my mother thinks.

Running Rabid

The nature and nightmarish potential of the rabies outbreak dawned on South Texans in late 1988 and early 1989, when coyotes were seen trotting through the streets of Rio Grande City. The first of these wayward animals crossed U.S 183, the town’s busy main drag, and sat down in

Web

Recipe

Fresh Corn Corncakes

Savory hotcakes made with fresh corn. 6 ears of corn 1 green bell pepper, finely chopped 1 red bell pepper, finely chopped 2 tablespoons finely chopped parsley 2 tablespoons finely chopped green onion Salt and pepper to taste 2 cups pancake batter, prepared according to package instructions 4 tablespoons butter

Recipe

Rack of Lamb Italo-Francese

Lamb 4 racks of lamb (6 – 8 chops per rack), cleaned and trimmed Salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 tablespoons Dijon mustard 1/4 cup each chopped fresh thyme, oregano, rosemary, and parsley 1/2 cup chopped roasted pistachios Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Season racks

Miscellany

State Fare

Rack of Lamb Italo-Francese

March is the month for lamb—especially the delectable variety served at Monte Carlo in the Grand Kempinski Hotel Dallas (15201 Dallas Parkway). With a solarium, pale peach walls, and trees and potted palms scattered throughout, this light and airy place captures the ambience of restaurants in Italy and the South

State Fare

State Fare

March is the month for lamb—especially the delectable variety served at Monte Carlo in the Grand Kempinski Hotel Dallas. With a solarium, pale peach walls, and trees and potted palms scattered throughout, this light and airy place captures the ambience of restaurants in Italy and the South of France. The

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