Say cheese, San Antonio! We’re in the courtyard at Zinc Bistro for grilled Brie from Executive Chef Robbie Nowlin- topped with a blackberry compote alongside grilled ciabatta bread. As fresh as summer gets!
Even more pinots finds this summer! These bottles don’t break the bank! Remember, buy 6+ bottles from H-E-B, ANY 6, and receive an additional discount on your total purchase.
Food for the soul from The Cookhouse in San Antonio. Then, cowboy up in Bandera, TX at a place locals love – the 1856 Tavern. Plus, sushi from a chef who trained with the best at Sage 400. EPISODE 11 starts now!
Tucked away from the busy streets and bright lights of the St. Mary’s Strip, one young couple is recreating some amazing New Orleans cuisine that goes beyond just Cajun or Creole at The Cookhouse.
My friends from H-E-B Cooking Connection break down a signature dish from The Cookhouse – the New Orleans BBQ Shrimp! Cooked in a spicy garlic butter with dark amber ale. Enjoy the recipe!
Hope you brought an appetite! EPISODE 11 has New Orleans BBQ Shrimp with a Texas twist in SA, a Hill Country tavern where cowboys are still king and upscale Japanese with a sushi master in Uptown…
Pinot Noir – one of my faves! A few extra dollars spent on this varietal can go a long way. Six or more bottles from H-E-B – mixed and matched – earns you a 10% discount on your total purchase…
One couple’s passion for all things Parisian will turn your diet upside down! Magnificent macarons and more at Bakery Lorraine. The lunch menu is also fabulous – farm fresh sandwiches & salads with an epicurean edge.
We hit the road for famous gourmet country fare at Mac & Ernie’s! Then, Parisian pastries and more French-inspired goodies from Bakery Lorraine. And Manor House is finally open for lunch–after 30 YEARS no less!
Mac & Ernie’s smoky, sweet Ancho Chili Honey Sauce! We love this stuff on everything…chicken, beef, you name it! The original recipe, plus a slight variation from H-E-B Cooking Connection.
Delicious dining in EPISODE 10! On deck- a gem for gourmet in the Hill Country, Parisian pastries in the Alamo City & an historic Houston home re-opened–with eats!