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Today is the day we move over to http://www.TexasIronChef.com and you don’t have to do anything but enjoy the ride! I’d love to hear what you think of the new format!
Last month I shared how Lindsay‘s awesome food blog Pinch of Yum inspired me to improve Texas Iron Chef. Her photographs are bright, engaging, crystal clear and gorgeous. Her recipes are fun and YUM. And when I read her posts, I … Continue reading
Making a light and crunchy chile relleno, packed with cheese and other savory fillings, is not an easy task. The roasted chile pod has to be large enough to hold the filling together without exploding and then hang onto the … Continue reading
I put this recipe together to bake for a Dutch oven demonstration for a Boy Scout troop. When the Scout Master said that his boys were 11-12 years old, I knew we needed to bake something sweet and something that … Continue reading
When the weatherman started warning us about a bad ice storm, we joined everyone in north Texas at the grocery store, clearing out the bread and milk shelves in preparation for several days of being stuck at home. In the fresh … Continue reading
When I spotted Taste of Home’s recipe for Southwest Egg Rolls, I knew I had to try it out in our outdoor kitchen. The filling sounds yummy and sneaks in spinach with black beans. That is a cool idea! I … Continue reading