Texas Giant Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls are absolutely one of those breakfasts that say, “I love you.” Texas cinnamon rolls, like all things here go way beyond that. They sort of spell out the Roget’s thesaurus version of “I love you.” With these cinnamon rolls it’s more like: “I love, adore, cherish, like, affect, fancy, care for, take an interest …

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Copycat Popeye’s Chicken Strips

Copycat Popeye’s Chicken Strips are tender, juicy strips of chicken covered in a spicy, crispy coating. They are unbelievably easy to make, too. You’ll never go back to fast food again! I have a child, who shall remained unnamed here, who does not appreciate having a food writer mom. If this child had its way …

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Roasted Peach Clafoutis with Bourbon Creme Fraiche

Roasted Peach Clafoutis with Bourbon and Creme Fraiche is a fancy sounding dessert that is super easy and addictively good. Roasting caramelizes the sugars in the peaches and gives them a deeper, sweeter flavor that is beautifully contrasted by the tangy creme fraiche. Served warm this dessert is heaven. Really. Did I mention bourbon? You …

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Top 10 Texas State Fair Foods that You Can Make at Home

If you find yourself craving that crazy state fair food don’t worry. There’s a recipe for that!   Here are ten of the best foods that you can get at the State Fair of Texas only now you can get them right in your own home. If only Yankee Candle Co. made a candle the …

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Baby Doe’s Beer Cheese Soup, Nailed It!

If you lived in the Dallas area in the 1970s or 80s you either went to Baby Doe’s Matchless Mine Restaurant, wanted to go, or had been once and hated it. Whether the food was good or not was never the point — it was the going there. Preferably you were asked by a guy, preferably …

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