When Texas’ last company town disappears this month, so will a cozy way of life my family knew well.
A cool, brilliantly blue day in early February found me driving north from Austin on a sort of pilgrimage. I was going to see John Graves, the writer and gentleman farmer, now 73 years old, at his place on four hundred acres of rocky blackland prairie near Glen Rose.My visit
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Duck 2 ducks 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 1/4 cup honey Salt and pepper to tasteRinse ducks thoroughly. Remove and discard wings; separate legs and thighs from body.Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Combine balsamic vinegar with honey and brush on duck; sprinkle duck with salt and pepper.Roast duck in baking pan