Celebrating Texas Farmers, Farmer’s Markets, and Those Who Can Can

From my Junior year in high school until my Senior year in college, I spent most of my summers working on our family’s farm in Livingston, Texas. Soon after the school year ended and I’d had a few weeks to enjoy the summer, my Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays were used for picking, washing, and loading…

My Texas Culinary Holiday Gift Guide

A couple of weeks ago, I shared a gift guide of Texas items for the holidays. I didn’t include culinary options so I thought I’d do a part two gift guide, but this time only focusing on the great eats of Texas. I encourage you to Eat in the Heart of Texas and share your…

Local Texas Eats across the Lone Star State

One thing that has always been an interesting experience for me in my travels is the culinary scene in a community. Whether it’s a large city or small town, the food tells its own story, especially in Texas. As we travel across the Texas perimeter, we’ll stop along the way for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and…