Adventure seekers have long traveled to Baja California for the fishing, hiking, kayaking and diving along the rugged peninsula. Adventurous eaters also will find themselves drawn to Baja, where the proximity to seafood, beef and fresh produce leads to memorable meals.
After spending the summer searching for the perfect fresh tomato, it’s now time to deploy canned tomatoes, and there are a surprising number of dishes where the canned varieties outshine their fresh counterparts.
Even though the last two years seemed designed to send us straight toward comfort food, a team of analysts at Whole Foods is convinced 2022 will be the year people are ready for something new. Their annual list of ten food trends predicted for 2022 is a mix of new items and a repurposing of …
Whether they’re German shepherds, Chesapeake retrievers, Siamese kittens, African greys or Siberian huskies, the animals rescued and rehomed by the Galveston Island Humane Society are all honorary Texans.
Many of us are celebrating Christmas this week and retelling the story of how Mary and Joseph had to flee their country with their small infant, taking refuge in Egypt to escape King Herod.
Homemade treats from the kitchen are part of many holiday traditions, whether they are given as gifts or taken to a celebration.
Combine the magic of Christmas and the magic of the Harry Potter series, and the result is the Hogwarts Christmas Village. The special event appears Saturday, Dec. 18, in Galveston’s Kempner Park.
Good traditions can survive many setbacks, and one of Galveston’s holiday traditions returns Friday. The East End Historical District Association’s traditional Holiday Homes Tour features tours of four homes decorated in seasonal splendor and a stop at the historic Christ Chapel.
The flavors of the Gulf Coast are varied and irresistible, and it shouldn’t be a surprise that a magazine named Coast excels at capturing them.
There are so many iconic Thanksgiving dishes in many households that it’s hard to fit them all on the table. One solution is to spread the traditional foods over the whole day, and there’s no better way to start off a day of traditional Thanksgiving items than with cranberries for breakfast.
Every year, the Galveston Reads program at Rosenberg Library chooses a book for the entire community to read, discuss and experience.
Eating less meat may be better for the planet and our bodies, but making the switch can seem daunting.
If you’ve seen the array of popular Halloween costumes available, it’s clear Halloween isn’t just for children anymore. That’s also true of Halloween candy, which can go beyond the usual sugar-heavy taste to deliver a more complex combination of sweet and spicy that’s more attuned to adult palates.
Thai food is making a resurgence locally — with a new Thai restaurant and a Thai-centric Asian market arriving on the scene. It also helps that Thai food has gained a high-profile ambassador, Pepper Teigen, who has shared many recipes from her native Thailand on television and social media, …
The first cool front of the fall always energizes Texans to think about cherished things: football, a respite from yard work and making a big pot of chili. This year, though, folks at Grace Episcopal Church in Galveston have been thinking about chili all summer, perfecting the recipe for the…
Food insecurity continues to be an issue in Galveston County, and one of the allies in the fight against it is closing its doors, at least temporarily.
Saffron’s reputation as an expensive, exotic spice has often scared away cooks from trying recipes that use the fragrant, colorful threads.
Lasagna has long been a go-to for potlucks, welcoming neighbors and new babies and feeding big families. Now those layers of pasta and cheese stack up to form their own social movement.