For those living in Central Texas, kolaches are a part of every day life. Whether they stop to get kolaches on family road trips, eat them fresh out of the box with junior-high-school friends the morning after a slumber party, or bring a fresh dozen to the office to share with co-workers, kolaches are food commonly eaten by many Texans. The first in a series about kolaches in Texas.
One last toast to summer, in the form of a margarita with the ultimate summer child – watermelon.
Tomato butter has a jam like consistency and a deep, glossy, rich red color. It is sweet and tart, perfectly playing on all the attributes of a good tomato. Try this on a hamburger, and you may never go back to ketchup again.
From Wilber’s to Skylight Inn, we’ve been eating our fill so that you can zone in on the best.
The results are sublime. No wonder Truman Capote was inspired.