Recipes from Historic Texas

The saying, “Texas: It's like a whole other country,“ is a true statement considering the vast expanses and travel ... Recipesfi'om Historic Texas combines stories from the past with enticing recipes and information for travel, ...

Recipes from Historic Texas

Tired of the boring chain restaurant scene? Recipes from Historic Texas will please your palate and nourish your mind. Enjoy a unique bit of Texas history by visiting a wide variety of restaurants located in unusual historic settings-a gritsmill, a Dr. Pepper bottling plant, a church, and a funeral home, to name a few. Two recipes from each establishment are offered to form a well balanced selection of Texas cuisine. A brief history of each of the 70 restaurants is included, followed by basic information such as hours of operation, location, and other important details. The recipes themselves are an eclectic mix of the simple and the exotic, from the Cowboy Omelet at Beaumont's The Pig Stand to the Jicama Salad at Dallas's famous Mansion on Turtle Creek. Two indexes, one to restaurants and the other to recipes, make the book equally useful as both a travel guide and a cook book.

Historic Hotels of Texas

Recipes from Historic Texas: A Restaurant Guide and Cookbook. Lanham, TX: Taylor Trade Publishing, 2003. Beasley, Ellen, and Stephen Fox. Galveston Architecture Guidebook. Houston: Rice University Press and the Galveston Historical ...

Historic Hotels of Texas

From rural towns to mid-size cities to urban metropolises and in every region of the state, more than sixty historic hotels welcome overnight lodgers in Texas. After traveling at least 20,000 miles to visit these unique accommodations first-hand, author Liz Carmack has written the essential guide for anyone looking for out-of-the-ordinary lodging or travel destinations. Historic Hotels of Texas includes detailed profiles of sixty-four hotels that are at least fifty years old, have been in operation as places of lodging for the majority of their existence, and are still open today. Ranging from stagecoach inns and railroad hotels to resort and community-built lodging, some facilities have retained the flavor of their origins; others have become sleek commercial establishments or have been transformed into trendy, boutique locations. Anticipating the diverse interests of travelers, Carmack offers advice in her introduction to help readers choose hotels according to taste and occasion. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, booking a fishing trip, planning a ghost hunting excursion, or going on a cycling tour, Historic Hotels of Texas offers the perfect lodging option to complement your interests. In her description for each hotel, Carmack includes fascinating historical nuggets and focuses on special characteristics that create the unique ambience so often found in these living tributes to the past. An “Essentials” sidebar includes contacts for reservations, room rates, payment methods, parking, and pet accommodations as well as details about amenities and facilities. The author notes the hotel’s historic registration status and also offers a tip or two from her experiences. Together, the information summaries and insider tips give readers the details they need to choose the hotels that best suit their tastes and to make the most of their visits. Historic Hotels of Texas is indispensable for travelers interested in both a good night’s sleep and the culture and history of the great state of Texas.

The Texas Cowboy Cookbook

Here are a mouthwatering variety of recipes that include campfire and chuckwagon favorites as well as the sophisticated creations of the New Cowboy Cuisine: • Meats and poultry: sirloin guisada, cinnamon chicken, coffee-rubbed tenderloin ...

The Texas Cowboy Cookbook

Texas cowboys are the stuff of legend — immortalized in ruggedly picturesque images from Madison Avenue to Hollywood. Cowboy cooking has the same romanticized mythology, with the same oversimplified reputation (think campfire coffee, cowboy steaks, and ranch dressing). In reality, the food of the Texas cattle raisers came from a wide variety of ethnicities and spans four centuries. Robb Walsh digs deep into the culinary culture of the Texas cowpunchers, beginning with the Mexican vaqueros and their chile-based cuisine. Walsh gives overdue credit to the largely unsung black cowboys (one in four cowboys was black, and many of those were cooks). Cowgirls also played a role, and there is even a chapter on Urban Cowboys and an interview with the owner of Gilley’s, setting for the John Travolta--Debra Winger film. Here are a mouthwatering variety of recipes that include campfire and chuckwagon favorites as well as the sophisticated creations of the New Cowboy Cuisine: • Meats and poultry: sirloin guisada, cinnamon chicken, coffee-rubbed tenderloin • Stews and one-pot meals: chili, gumbo, fideo con carne • Sides: scalloped potatoes, onion rings, pole beans, field peas • Desserts and breads: peach cobbler, sourdough biscuits, old-fashioned preserves Through over a hundred evocative photos and a hundred recipes, historical sources, and the words of the cowboys (and cowgirls) themselves, the food lore of the Lone Star cowboy is brought vividly to life.

Flavor of the Hill Country

Richly illustrated cookbook transports readers back to 1915 in the Texas Hill Country, before the introduction of packaged foods, refrigeration, and mass-produced goods. Photos by Laurence Parent.

Flavor of the Hill Country

Richly illustrated cookbook transports readers back to 1915 in the Texas Hill Country, before the introduction of packaged foods, refrigeration, and mass-produced goods. Photos by Laurence Parent.

Texas Monthly

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Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Texas Monthly

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Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Eats

A collection of pictures, historical information folklore and recipes of Texas foods.

Eats

A collection of pictures, historical information folklore and recipes of Texas foods.

The Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Book Scrumptious Recipes Fabled History From Toll House to Cookie Cake Pie

Texas. Austin Frank, 407 Colorado St., 512-494-6916, www.hotdogscoldbeer.com. High-end hot dog bar where you can also ... whose Texassized chocolate chip cookie is among the top 2 percent of all Austin restaurant dishes praised online, ...

The Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Book  Scrumptious Recipes   Fabled History From Toll House to Cookie Cake Pie

Chronicles the history and evolution of the chocolate chip cookie, and features over seventy-five variations on the traditional recipe, including instructions for replicating Mrs. Field's and Momofuku Milk Bar's famous versions.

Texas Monthly

TEXAS HISTORIC INNS COOKBOOK ANN RUFF am, GAIL DRAC X) n r TEXAS HISTORIC INNS COOKBOOK By Ann Ruff and Gail Drago Forty-five inns in 36 cities are covered in this unusual collection of history and recipes from Texas' distinguished inns ...

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

From Tea Cakes to Tamales

Third-Generation Texas Recipes Nola McKey ... For details about the site and its events, see Lucy Wu's Fried Rice recipe. Texas Czech ... George Ranch Historical Park near Richmond, a living-history site, offers a Historic Food Program.

From Tea Cakes to Tamales

Join journalist-turned-culinary historian Nola McKey on a Texas journey as she explores the state’s foodways through heirloom recipes. In this collection of more than one hundred third-generation (and older) recipes, Texans share not only the delicious dishes they inherited from their ancestors but the stories and traditions that accompany them. With a strong focus on Texas’ cultural diversity—recipes include Norwegian rosettes, Italian pizzelle, Czech sauerkraut, Chinese fried rice, Mexican caldo, Wendish noodles, and African American purple hull peas—McKey documents the culinary impact of ethnic groups from around the globe. But this book is not for foodies alone; history enthusiasts will appreciate the snapshots of daily Texas life captured in the narratives accompanying recipes that span more than a century. Told primarily in the words of today’s cooks, these multigenerational family recollections can take anyone on a trip down memory lane, back to a beloved grandmother’s kitchen or a great-aunt’s holiday table. Additionally, McKey provides tips for preserving your own family recipes and for recording the heritage surrounding a special dish. She also includes recommendations for festivals and museums where readers can learn more about Texas foods and cultures. Illustrated with family photos and original watercolors by Cora McKown, From Tea Cakes to Tamales: Third-Generation Texas Recipes will, itself, quickly become a Texas family heirloom.

The Book of Lost Recipes

The Best Signature Dishes From Historic Restaurants Rediscovered Jaya Saxena. Ye. Olde. College. Inn. Houston,. TX. 1919-1980s ... While Ye Old College Inn was one of Houston's few finer-dining options, it was still in Texas.

The Book of Lost Recipes

Enjoy Celebrated Recipes from Top Hotels and Restaurants of Their Era Discover amazing signature recipes lost to time from the most fashionable hotels and restaurants of bygone times. Part vintage nostalgia, part history tour, but all great food, the recipes—often inseparable from their legendary haunts—were meticulously researched and reconstructed by author Jaya Saxena for this unique cookbook. Now you can experience the legendary institutions of the American restaurant landscape from coast to coast, including the M&L Chopped Liver at New York’s Moskowitz & Lupowitz and the Baked Cannelloni at Paoli’s in San Francisco. Find delight in the Blintzes from Ashkenaz’s Deli in Chicago or the Fried Fish Cakes and Famous Baked Beans at Horn & Hardart Automat in Philadelphia. Bring the glamour, elegance and taste home with this beautiful collection of historic recipes.

Cooking through History A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Food with Menus and Recipes 2 volumes

In New Mexico, use of the locally distinct chili pepper (red and unripe green) came to be the defining feature of cuisine. In Texas, beef was an important aspect of cuisine, and yellow cheese dishes, ...

Cooking through History  A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Food with Menus and Recipes  2 volumes

From the prehistoric era to the present, food culture has helped to define civilizations. This reference surveys food culture and cooking from antiquity to the modern era, providing background information along with menus and recipes. Food culture has been central to world civilizations since prehistory. While early societies were limited in terms of their resources and cooking technology, methods of food preparation have flourished throughout history, with food central to social gatherings, celebrations, religious functions, and other aspects of daily life. This book surveys the history of cooking from the ancient world through the modern era. The first volume looks at the history of cooking from antiquity through the Early Modern era, while the second focuses on the modern world. Each volume includes a chronology, historical introduction, and topical chapters on foodstuffs, food preparation, eating habits, and other subjects. Sections on particular civilizations follow, with each section offering a historical overview, recipes, menus, primary source documents, and suggestions for further reading. The work closes with a selected, general bibliography of resources suitable for student research. Timelines help users identify key events related to the history of cooking Topical essays cover important subjects across cultures Sections on particular civilizations, regions, or countries provide historical coverage of cooking methods and food culture Recipes, sample menus, and other documents give readers important information about cooking methods and food history within particular societies Suggestions for further reading direct users to additional sources of information

Texas Monthly

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Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Texas Monthly

WORLD FAMOUS TEXAS chili spices, caliente sauce, jalapeno jelly, barbecue sauce, etc. Write for free mail order information. Starbuck's Texas Foods, P.O. Box 10110, Austin, Texas 78766. CHEESECAKE. Fine old New England family recipe.

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Texas Monthly

Come taste the flavor of old Mexico in Austin. ... Nov 16 thru 30: selections from the book The Texas Gulf Coast: Interpretations by Nine Artists, including paintings by Al Barnes, ... Some of fhese recipes are over 40 years old.

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Texas Monthly

AUNT BETTY'S PEACH COBBLER -Century old Texas family recipe. $2, SASE to; 8047 Bunker- wood, Houston, Texas 77086. QUICK CUISINE FOR ONE OR TWO- Monthly newsletter for busy professionals who enjoy eating well.

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.

Historic Austin Restaurants

Handbook of Texas Online. http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/npwnj. Published by the Texas State Historical Association. ... Legends of Texas Barbecue Cookbook: Recipes and Recollections from the Pit Bosses.

Historic Austin Restaurants

Austin has staked its claim as the seat of innovative culinary movements, and its food culture mirrors the transformations taking place across the city. The evolution of the east side is reflected in joints like Franklin Barbecue, while landmarks like Scholz Garten, the oldest restaurant in the capital, testify to the contributions of the town's college presence and a healthy German influence. Joe's Bakery isn't just one of the town's most beloved Tex-Mex spots; it's the place where the real wheeling and dealing in Texas politics happens. Food writer Melanie Haupt samples Austin's iconic restaurants and the rich heritage that produced them.

The Bicentennial of the United States of America

PUBLISHING A PAMPHLET OF OLD GERMAN RECIPES FROM THE GERMAN AND HISTORY OF THE SOROPTOMIST CLUB . ... PICTORIAL HISTORY OF AUSTIN AND TRAVIS COUNTY , TX . ... PROF LEWIS L GOULD ; DEPT OF HISTORY ; UNIV OF TEXAS ; AUSTIN , TX 76010.

The Bicentennial of the United States of America


Texas Monthly

Send $2 SASE to: RAND MARKETING, 502 Sheraton, Austin, Texas 78745 SYRIAN TOMATO SALAD, Original recipe, 30 years old. Send $2 SASE to: J & 0 Recipes. 6484 Waverly Way, Fort Worth, Texas 76116 CHOCOLATE FRUITCAKE.

Texas Monthly

Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.