It’s been a brutal election year, made a tiny bit tougher by the lack of one of the usual sources of levity and sweetness traditional to the presidential race. The cookie contest that pitted the spouses of the presidential candidates in a contest to determine the better cookie baker won’t be…
Actor Danny Trejo started making tacos, which soon led to a string of restaurants, and now a cookbook, “Trejo’s Tacos,” recreating the dishes served at Trejo’s.
Though it may be an understatement to say that 2020 has been full of surprises, at least a few of the bits of unexpected news have been positive.
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…
With many people spending more time than ever with their pets this year, more snacks also are being shared with our furry friends.
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…
Galveston’s Own Farmers Market has been delivering market orders for a while during the coronavirus pandemic, and now the market will even deliver a party.
Running out of TV shows and movies to watch? One new movie available for streaming is part love story, part adventure, part travelogue and all about Mexican food.
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.
Just because it’s called Houston Restaurant Weeks doesn’t mean that Galveston County restaurants are sitting out August’s annual food bank fundraiser.
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.
Shrimp lovers are getting ready for the peak of the crop: Gulf shrimp season opens today, bringing mature, sea-soaked crustaceans to local markets.
As more of us have returned to, or maintained, quarantining measures, meal planning becomes more home-focused as well.
The Fourth of July is always the time to break out the red, white and blue, even if the celebration just involves drinks and chips.
The almanac will tell you that June 20 is the first day of summer. That may be literally true, but summer truly begins with the first bite of a perfectly ripe, vividly colored, messily juicy watermelon.