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Highlighting iconic Dallas dishes and the confections made famous by the city’s favorite restaurants, Dallas Classic Desserts shares the secrets behind such indulgences as Fearing’s Caramelized Apple Fritters and Al Biernat’s Texas Pecan Pie à la Mode.
A veritable cornucopia of tasty delights, this cookbook presents recipes that have proven popular in America’s great Southwest. Compiled by the All Saints’ Episcopal Church and Day School of Phoenix, Arizona, this kitchen-tested collection features more than two hundred savory dishes. Many are native to the Southwest, and all are sure to please the most discriminating palate.
Although San Antonio is known for many sights and attractions, it is the amazingly unique cuisine that sets the city apart. Considered the Tex-Mex capital of the world, San Antonio is a festive place filled with the lingering aromas of spicy ingredients and a talent for fun. Chadwick gives an overview of popular attractions in the area, including common festivals and local traditions. With the help of residents, media, and popular Southwestern restaurants, the book provides an impressive compilation of savory recipes with San Antonio inspiration.
For genuine Texas barbecue, there is no better person to ask than Mr. Dickey of Dickey’s Barbecue. With more than two hundred locations countrywide and generations of experience with a grill, this renowned restaurateur has now made his family secrets known. More than one hundred recipes and pointers, from ribs to cocktails, make this cookbook an essential.
Combining the smoky, mesquite aroma of Texas fare with the bold and spicy flavors of Mexican cocina, food writer Angelina LaRue embraces the versatile reach of the Southwest—a reach that, for LaRue, even encompasses the Native American culinary tradition. Simple, fresh, and farm-grown ingredients enhance the vibrant flavor profile of Southwestern cuisine.
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