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Posted By Beth Maya on 2017 Jul 18 - 11:25am

A colorful salad might just be the perfect summer meal. If well thought out, a salad can be quick, easy, satisfying and very nourishing, giving just the boost of energy needed to get through a sweltering Fort Worth summer day. With these recipes, we go simple. Sometimes, just some washed butter...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2017 Jun 22 - 12:11pm

Summer is finally here, but it will not be complete without everyone’s favorite frozen treat – ice cream. Making your own ice cream may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you want to enjoy your favorite summer splurge, but why not? Making it at home can ensure that it’...

Posted By Deb Cantrell on 2017 May 17 - 3:43pm

The pace of life slows down a bit, you can stop to smell the bluebonnets and indulge a little more in the simple pleasures of life. For me, the simple pleasures in life usually involve food, especially breakfast, since that is my favorite meal of the day. However, I find that most people have a...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2017 Apr 27 - 3:06pm

| photography by Alex Lepe | Everyone knows Texans have a strong affinity for Mexican. We love our tacos, fajitas and stuffed jalapeños. And no TexMex meal can begin without chips and queso. But it seems we always have to go out to get our Mexican fix. Let’s change that. This month, I...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2017 Mar 28 - 3:32pm

BBQ Cookout
| story and food styling by Beth Maya | photography by Alex Lepe | We take our barbecue very seriously here in Texas, and why shouldn’t we? It’s kind of our thing. Most natives take a great deal of pride in our love for a smoky, savory barbecue. So, to get you all in the mood (as...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2017 Feb 22 - 11:33am

Crawfish Boil
New Orleans. Boy, does it have a feeling and a vibe like nowhere else in the world. A few years ago, my husband and I packed up and flew to the Big Easy. We stayed in a fantastic hotel near the French Quarter called The Saint, and for four days we ate and drank everything in sight. Cajun food can...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2017 Jan 24 - 3:31pm

| story and food styling by Beth Maya | photography by Alex Lepe | Chocolate, once reserved for the elite, became widely available to the masses due to advances made during the industrial revolution. Thank goodness. Today, Americans eat 100 pounds of chocolate every second - 1.4 billion pounds...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2016 Dec 19 - 4:25pm

“THE TWO TIMER” BACON DOUBLE CHEESEBURGER
| story and food styling by Beth Maya | | photography by Alex Lepe | Happy New Year, everyone. I hope you have embraced 2017 with open arms. You have likely made resolutions and are trying diligently to stick to them. Some of the more popular: be more organized, save money. They  are...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2016 Nov 29 - 5:21pm

| story and food styling by Beth Maya | | photography by Alex Lepe | | prop styling by Deborah Points | Well, it looks like we are in the full swing of the holiday season. We have eaten all the turkey sandwiches we can handle, and the rush to find the perfect gift is whirling around us. Of...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2016 Oct 18 - 2:53pm

Thanksgiving is such a special holiday, full of generations of tradition, memories and family.  It is a beautiful time to be together, reconnect with friends and eat amazing food. Plus no presents are required.

| photography by Alex Lepe | Now I know you were expecting a typical story about turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce, but I dare say that every magazine, TV show and food blog right now has got that covered. So for this month’s story, I wanted it to be more personal. I hope you can relate...

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