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Fall has finally arrived, but it’s still (and always) grilling season. While cooler temperatures can’t cool Texans’ love of cooking outdoors, fall does bring new items to put on the grill.

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The State Fair of Texas is known for its over-the-top, deep-fried renditions of practically everything edible. This year, the fair has been canceled because of the pandemic. But the deep fryers bubble on through a trio of inventive ways to clog the state’s collective arteries without the ann…

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Remember the old coffee commercial that claimed it was “good to the last drop?” It must have made a huge impression on cookbook author Joel Gamoran because he has spent his culinary career wringing the last drops of flavor and nutrition out of food many of us consign to the garbage can or co…

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Pucker up, sweetie: Chefs have long known that adding a splash of something acidic to desserts can further develop the flavors and intensify the sweetness.

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A bad time to eat Chile peppers doesn’t exist, but there may be a best time: August’s heat meets its match when the annual harvest of Hatch chile peppers rolls into, and even outside of, local grocery stores throughout this month.

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Great vacation spots all seem to have one thing in common: Whether it’s on a beach or in the mountains, East Coast or West Coast, there’s always a top-notch ice cream store where tourists and locals assemble to eat.

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Just like everything else in 2020, summer vacations are looking a bit different. More people are opting to drive to a remote vacation venue rather than spend time in a crowded airport and on a plane.

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As the temperature rises, the enthusiasm for turning on the oven and cooking can wane. Icebox cakes can come to the rescue with a no-bake, sweet alternative to baked desserts.