Eating well and doing good come together Wednesday when the Galveston Independent School District Educational Foundation hosts its first Out to Eat for Education event.
After leaving his post as executive chef at Santa Fe’s Haak Vineyards & Winery in December, Tyler Henderson moved to Colorado and took the title of executive chef at Plate, a local eatery in Durango.
The Galveston County Daily News is proud to introduce the newest member of our publishing family, Let’s Eat Out. Copies of the new magazine are included in today’s copy of The Daily News.
Not that long ago, nutritionists advised health-conscious shoppers to check food packaging for any mention of coconut oil or palm oil and to avoid any products containing them.
Okra thrives in our climate, grows quickly, and has some ardent fans. You could say exactly the same thing about Galveston’s Own Farmers Market, which has become an island institution, bringing local growers, butchers and bakers together with consumers looking for the freshest produce and ot…
The old adage “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire” doesn’t always hold true in Texas. Sometimes, it’s more like, “where there’s smoke, there’s delicious barbecued meat, cooked over low, slow heat until it’s meltingly tender on the inside with a great char on the outside.”
The Fourth of July will be a treasured day off for many people, but grills and barbecue pits will be working overtime.
In the 2015 Summer Safety Tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics they reviewed fireworks. Every community has various restrictions and bans on fireworks and parents should be aware of the restrictions in their community.
Good cooking isn’t a mystery - except in the mind of author John DeMers, who has written a trilogy of mystery novels featuring a sleuthing chef based in the West Texas town of Marfa. DeMers has also written a baker’s dozen cookbooks and food-focused travel guides, and will be appearing at a …