The rest of the country discovered something this year that Texans have known for a long time. Queso is good. On everything!
Lots of food trends popped up this year (some better than others) and Texas has been a trend setter in the process.
Texas is full of unique restaurants, and this one is right up there near the top. At this East Texas spot you can get a burger layered up with double meat and dripping with cheese, and you can eat it inside an Airstream trailer that's sitting out back. Road trip on!
Some say pie-making is a lost art since not many of us take the time to do it from scratch these days.
So, when we find pies that are ooey, gooey, flaky, and perfect, we must give the bakers some love. These are the best pies in Texas y'all. See if you agree.
We can eat at the same restaurant every day for ten years and love it, but once it’s been on TV, well then the food tastes even better and we suddenly hear symphonies in our heads when we take a bite. Call it the Guy Fieri effect.
Here are five Texas restaurants that we should totally try, because they’ve been featured on TV shows. And one is right here in East Texas.
It's so popular that you've got to call ahead and book your table at this Texas ice cream shop. They'll serve you several courses of ice cream, and some of it is infused with alcohol! If you're thinking it's a summer road trip waiting to happen, here's what you need to know.
What makes a good steak varies from person to person. Well-done isn't too appealing for someone who likes that fancy pants tartare stuff. But one Texas steakhouse hits enough high points with everyone that it's been named the Best Steakhouse in Texas.
If we're not careful, Texas may get the reputation that everything is bigger here.
One of our Texas tacos costs $13, weighs 5 pounds, and it's so big you have to hold it like you're cradling a baby. Yum! So where do we have to go to get it?
All we really need to be happy in Texas is a food festival.
From pecan pie to tamales, East Texas has several of the best small town food festivals in the state, and they're all coming up in the next two months. Which one is a must-do?
What does it take to be a foodie? The dictionary says just love food and be interested in it. Ok!
Texas has a good grip on that with our love for brisket and tacos, and has several cities in the Top 50 in the US. Where would you put Lufkin?
We can't get online without seeing pictures of food, but there's something new that's popping up alongside the photos of double cheeseburgers and Cuban sandwiches. One of the craziest new food trends is to put ice cubes in cereal. Hmm. What's the benefit?