One man’s strange, quixotic journey from New Braunfels to Longview.
One man's adventure in margarita-making turns into a prickly affair.
Celebrate by raising a glass filled with one of these concoctions from The Pastry War, Odd Duck, and Mexican Sugar.
The "¡Ask a Mexican!" columnist and author of Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America talks about Tex-Mex, Houston versus Dallas, and Ray's versus Henry's.
Where did our unofficial state drink come from?
On the rocks or frozen? Salt or no salt? And what tequila is best? So many questions, but these four recipes make it easy for you to shake up the best margaritas around.
The associate editor on classic margaritas, tequila, and writing about food and spirits.
Where to find our favorite breakfast tacos, fajitas, rigatoni with spicy lamb meatballs, and lakeside views.
Tequila, tequila, everywhere, and not a drop in your margarita.
The inventor’s wife is named Margarita, but the drink was not named for a woman.