The new, healthier you will go the distance with these recipe ideas to incorporate into your family’s meal planner. Eating healthy helps your body be at its best and your mind be on the right track. You’ll just feel better! Here are a few suggestions to hold you to that mantra…
Smaller portions, bigger flavor! Entertaining guests is something I look forward to most during this time of year…If you decide to do the same, breathe a sigh of relief: You can tell folks to come hungry and they won’t be disappointed with ANY of the following festive finger foods…
Drink in the gorgeous Texas Hill Country with eggnog brought together with Texas’ own Garrison Brothers Bourbon — it’s my new winter weather tradition!
Get ready for a chili that will knock your socks off! The incredible Cotton Gin Village just outside of Fredericksburg is home to the Cabernet Grill, and Executive Chef Ross Burtwell’s Venison Black Bean Chili…a truly Texan treat now that it’s hunting season.
Texas Wine Month continues with this fabulous vintner dinner being hosted by the Cabernet Grill. Expect wine pairing from Four Point Cellars and an appearance by a friend of mine, Texas wine expert Russ Kane.
We’re getting into the hottest part of the year, but what better way to chill than with lush, ripe and ready watermelon! It was one of my favorite summer snacks as a kid.
The Fourth of July and apple pie are inseparable for most folks, so not one to break with tradition, I’ve got some great suggestions along with recipes to make that holiday – and more! – the best ever including a demonstration by the owner of the legendary Flying Saucer Pie Company on how to make their
flaky pie crust.
If the cozy Cotton Gin Village is a treasure, then its resident restaurant, Cabernet Grill, is the real gem! On my last visit, Executive Chef Ross Burtwell brought me behind kitchen doors for his super simple Peach & Pecan Cobbler.
It has all the makings of a picturesque Texas picnic for you grill! Go Texan Chef Ross Burtwell welcomed me out to the gorgeous Cabernet Grill at the Cotton Gin Village to try his Grilled Texas Wild Caught Shrimp with Watermelon Ancho Glaze & Texas Watermelon Pico…one bite and I was sold!
Here’s yet another fun dining opportunity with the Cabernet Grill at one of my favorites escapes in the Texas Hill Country, the Cotton Gin Village…The Texas Wine Maker Vintner Dinner Series is back, this time around featuring Newsom Vineyards.