Fire up the grill – it’s about that time! Registered dietitian and chef, Rosie Benner, makes use of just a few easy ingredients, including the beer you’re enjoying, to produce a charred chicken of charitable proportions, drenched in a homemade guava orange juice reduction…one tropical blend that’s simply spectacular.
Comfort food to the max! Check out these two exceptional deep dish delights courtesy of the crafty ladies at Casserole Queens — that’s Sandy Pollock and Crystal Cook. You’ll need every bit of your appetite to conquer these colossal casseroles!
Easy and healthy! Two words I can agree on when it comes to dinner in a pinch. This chicken cacciatore is beautiful and delicious…pair it with a good glass of red wine after a hard day’s work! You only need three things to make this dish come alive…
After all the fabulous food and drink from the holidays, it’s nice to keep things simple to start the New Year! Soups are a splendid go-to meal for this time of year. Not too filling (but rejuvenating in all the right ways), they’re delicious, usually healthy and easy to re-heat for later.
One of the most popular items at Zinc is no ordinary grilled chicken salad. Their Blackened Chicken Caesar makes excellent use of Boudro’s lauded seasoning (see their blackened prime rib) and takes the taste of Romaine to new heights!
Fiesta is the ultimate time of year to be a foodie! Lucky you if you’re in the Alamo City. I’m thrilled to bring you my current favs for recipes that’ll feed the fam and kick-start any celebration…
When was the last time you visited a true Texas Roadhouse right in the center of town? There’s a little gem on the side of the road (and on the way to the rodeo) that locals have known about for years and visitors to San Antonio are always glad to find—Josephine Street Café.
Nothing feels more romantic than an intimate dinner for two on the River Walk for Valentine’s Day. The fabulous Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar is single-handedly helping you to spice things up with this devilish dish: a Paella Valenciana for Two!
Telephone your Abuelita and gear up for another chance at bragging rights, San Antonio! Do you think your family recipe for tamales is the best in town? Enter for a chance to prove what you’ve got at the Œ ‘Best Tamales in San Antonio’ competition at the 2nd Annual Tamales! at Pearl festival on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Keeping it simple is the name of the game! Chef Elizabeth with HEB’s Cooking Connections shows us how to cook our white meat chicken breast, so that it remains super moist (thank your olive oil). We also layer it with the freshest of ingredients – all natural, and all Italian!