Barbecue is an institution in Texas, with three simple rules forming the equilateral triangle lines of tastiness: low, slow and smoke. And while barbecuing tough cuts of meat such as brisket, skirt steak and anything else that requires patience to enjoy, our current pitmasters of today owe it to those before...
Chicken-fried steak is unabashedly Texan, the kind of dish that unites billionaire oil baron, the average working man and everyone in between at the lunch counter, dinner table or weekend picnic. It is simple. It is tasty. It is Texas wrapped up in one savory bite, coated always with cream gravy, but...
Legendary Cajun chef Paul Prudhomme's lasting legacy and gifts to the culinary history of the South include many mouth-watering recipes that are regularly in use today. However, Prudhomme -- who passed away at age 75 in 2015 -- is likely most remembered and revered for one signature dish: blackened redfish. Prudhomme's cooking...