Texicureans’ Trails: Date Night

October 14, 2021

It’s a great evening out to celebrate your relationship whether you are on a first date or have been married for 50+ years.  Here’s the Thursday night recommendation only a few minutes’ drive that gives the feel of a true get away. The reason for Thursday is the iconic Cabernet… Read more

Migas – El Paso Style

April 1, 2021

Charles Salsman, who spent his childhood years in El Paso, shares this simple Saturday morning brunch recipe. Typically using items found in the fridge, this is a super recipe to turn left-overs into a spectacular presentation. And did I mention that it is super yummy? El Paso Migas Print Recipe… Read more

Corned Beef and Cabbage!

March 15, 2021

St. Patrick’s day makes me yearn for Corned Beef! I learned this recipe from my parents’ 40+year dinner club.Every March dinner club this dish celebrated the luck ‘o the Irish. The very nature of it says “let’s gather & share a cold mug”. So, don some green, turn on an… Read more

In Texas we “Deck the … Gates!”

December 9, 2020

Creativity abounds when it comes to Christmas decorations.  If your home is down a long road, decorating a gate is your contribution to the festive season.  From five acres to a thousand that are hidden behind them, Texans love to deck out their gates.  Send us a shot of your… Read more

Emmène moi à Paris (Take me to Paris!)

November 3, 2020

Book clubs are more than shared reading experience, they are also a friend – sharing experience. My friend Linda, entertained thematically aligned to my Book Club’s latest read “The Dressmaker’s Gift”. Based in Paris, the book flips between WW II years and the present. Linda artistically presented a red blend… Read more

Vietnamese Phở

October 19, 2020

The exotic soup that will feel right at home in your kitchen: Pho. Hear me out on this one. The broth is one of those “all day”, one lazy Saturday endeavors that pays in big flavor. And, it’s really an enjoyable dish to serve your family or to share a… Read more