Let chef John Currence show you how to tailgate at home—even though he's pulling for the wrong SEC team.
For her new best-selling cookbook, the Dallas food writer came up with a healthier—and just plain adorable—version of the state's beloved casserole.
The former Austinite follows up her award-winning "The Jemima Code" with a cookbook of African American recipes.
The James Beard Award finalist behind Austin’s Odd Duck, Barley Swine, and Sour Duck Market publishes a cookbook as restaurant yearbook.
Houston’s PJ and Benchalak Srimart Stoops tell you everything you need to know, from catching to cooking.
The Los Angeles chef celebrates his San Antonio roots by sharing his secrets to making Tex-Mex classics.
In ’Cook Like a Local,’ the award-winning Houston chef shares the secret to this dish from the late, great Underbelly.
This mid-century recipe collection offers an overwhelming look at the state’s cuisine. Its limitations are a product of its time.
The Superica restaurateur offers recipes for comfort classics, from the famous Felix queso to grilled Gulf oysters divorciados.
The fiercely passionate author, now 96, recently donated her extensive archives and rare cookbooks to UTSA.
Vianney Rodriguez's 'The Tex-Mex Slow Cooker' offers easy recipes for comfort food—plus slow-cooker cocktails.
The author of a new biography on John and Dominique de Menil tells the story of how one of the world’s great museums wound up in Texas.
Aaron Franklin is giving us the keys to his barbecue kingdom. Some of his meat smoking secrets have already been leaked via his YouTube series BBQ With Franklin, and more is to come with a new PBS series of the same name, but his upcoming book…
Lisa Fain, who just published her second cookbook, "The Homesick Texan's Family Table: Lone Star Cooking from My Kitchen to Yours," on her deep Texas roots, how easy it is to make delicious beans and homemade flour tortillas, and chile pepper injuries.
Brisket is our favorite cut for barbecue here in Texas, and it’s also pretty popular elsewhere, as evidenced by the sheer number of brisket recipes one can find on a shelf of barbecue cookbooks or can pull up using a Google search (searching “how to smoke a brisket”…
Famous authors and avid readers will take the place of liberals and conservatives this weekend at the Capitol during the Texas Book Festival. And for all you cookbook hoarders out there, you better start compressing the spines of the books on your cluttered shelves…
To me, the most delicious part of the Texas Book Festival (Oct 22 & 23) is its great round-up of food-related talks and sessions and cooking demos. Rather than slog through the full schedule, focus on food with our easy guide. FOOD SESSIONS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2011…
Tailgate season is upon us. Since a Texan can never have too many recipes for queso and cheese dip, herewith are three magnificently gooey ones from three great new Texas cookbooks published this fall. Fort Worth chef Lou Lambert’s Big Ranch, Big City, cowritten with collaborator June…