Texicureans celebrates the diversity of Texas culture and cuisine.

Hosts Cindy Williams and her niece Emily Williams bring viewers along with them into the kitchens of ordinary Texans as they share their extraordinary traditions of food and family.

Texicureans goes beyond the Texas staples of brisket and Tex-Mex for a culinary journey into Texas history, cultural diversity, and rich traditions in the Lone Star State.

Easy Eclipse Charcuterie

April 3, 2024

Are you celebrating the eclipse with friends or family? Emily has created a board that is easy and thematic! Using a round of brie to represent the moon with a round of cheddar sticking out in partial eclipse of the sun fashion – you can use your creativity or follow… Read more

Easter Sunrise Quiche AKA Asparagus and Ham Quiche

March 27, 2024

“Good Morning!” says this quiche! A great make-ahead dish for Easter morning, you can bake it, freeze it, and pull it out the evening before just to pop it in the oven for a quick warm up. Since it has ham, eggs, and veggies – you’re covered for breakfast or… Read more

Donut Easter Baskets

March 8, 2024

At Texicureans we talk a lot about traditions being passed down through  recipes.  These Easter baskets are exactly that for my family. My Mom made these Donut Easter Baskets for my school classes growing up, and I made them for my son’s classes.  We also would typically have them for… Read more

Travelin’ Texas Pinwheels

March 6, 2024

Are you headed on a road trip this Spring Break? Here’s an easy snack to keep the kids happy or the “kid in you” happy!  Pinwheels have been around for quite some time, but we generally think of them as an appetizer. Throw them into a soft-sider ice chest that… Read more

Sam Houston’s Famous BBQ Sauce

February 21, 2024

Celebrating Texas Independence Day Many people have attempted to identify what exactly makes Texas, well Texas? At Texicureans, we celebrate all of the unique cultures that contribute to our state’s culinary pallet. We like to say Texas is much more than BBQ and Tex-Mex. But this month, we are going… Read more

Chicken and Chiles Casserole

February 19, 2024

Sometimes you just need a good casserole recipe.  Some obvious reasons are to make and take, to make and freeze, or to make and consume the next day with little preparation. Someone brought this to my bible study and the raves were through the roof!  I’ve modified it to include… Read more

Sweet Potato Gnocchi Hearts

January 31, 2024

Sometimes you have to take it up a notch!  And that is exactly what I did with this recipe! Sweet potatoes are so healthy and work just as well for gnocchi as a white potato.  Factor in a heart shape – and there you have it:  a romantic addition to… Read more

Life is not all wine and roses, it’s chocolate too!

January 30, 2024

Sissy Preston – WSET Level 3 Certified Wine Consultant, generously shares her vast knowledge of wine with Texicureans and YOU!  Enjoy and thank you, Sissy! “Valentine’s day is around the corner and the city will be filled with lover’s holding hands and strolling the streets, sipping wine in corner booths… Read more

Texas Valentine’s Day – Romance in the Details

January 26, 2024

As with most holidays, Texans have our own way of doing things. Sure you can grab some flowers and chocolates or snag a coveted dinner reservation. But romance truly lives in the gestures that are thoughtful and detailed. Texicureans is giving you two unique ways to show your love this… Read more