Homemade Corn Dogs that Are State Fair Worthy

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Homemade corn dog recipes almost never make me happy. There is some flavor missing or the batter isn’t right — I don’t know, it’s always something. I compare them in my head to the ones at the state fair and they never measure up. The frozen ones from the store are just ick. So, this is …

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Texas State Fair Wine Tasting 2013

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So, we went to the fair yesterday. It was warmer than last year but much less crowded. I think I prefer it empty. I just don’t do well in crowds. I love Fair Park. If you haven’t been to Dallas and you get a chance to come you must, absolutely must, visit Fair Park. It …

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Corn Dog Muffins Make Lunch Easy

Since I was a little kid I have looked forward to going to the fair. I am addicted to fair food even though it clogs your arteries and is full of all kinds of chemicals and GMOs this one time of the year I just don’t care. It’s the state fair, y’all. Fletcher’s Corny Dogs …

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Homemade Buttermilk Donuts with Chocolate Glaze: Texan to the Core

Homemade buttermilk donuts – there’s just nothing like them when they are hot and fresh out of the oil. Dip them in a shiny, dark chocolate glaze and you have the makings of the best Saturday ever. You know that life has been crazy busy when I am away from Texas Well Seasoned for six …

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Peanut Butter Banana Mousse Trifle Recipe

You may have noticed that I do quite a few variations of this dessert from banana pudding with nilla wafers to banana pudding that is a little more exotic. Yes, here is is again, banana pudding with Nilla wafers but this time it is exotic, too, because it’s a banana mousse. And a peanut butter …

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Texas Wimmen KNOW How to Talk, Y’all

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This has nothing to do with food but everything to do with Texas. In case you have been living in a storm shelter for the past several weeks you know that Texas is voting on an abortion  bill.  Well, this post isn’t about that. What it is about is all of the people who are …

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Homemade Cornmeal and Honey Breakfast Waffles Recipe

Looking for a homemade waffles recipe that stays crisp, freezes easily, and is delish? Cornmeal breakfast waffles with a little honey for sweetness are perfectly crispy and tender at the same time. The cornmeal gives them that comforting country breakfast vibe and helps them stay as crisp under melted butter and hot syrup as they …

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Maple Pecan Sandies Recipe

Pecan Sandies are a beloved cookie in Texas… almost to the point of worship but not quite. The recipe is known as Mexican Wedding Cakes, Russian Tea Cakes, Wedding Cookies, and a host of other monikers. They may be round, flat, or crescents but they all have that same buttery, crumbly texture and sweet pecan …

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Nutter Butter Banana Pudding Recipe

One of my favorite sandwiches when I was little was peanut butter, Marshmallow Fluff, and banana on toast. Even then I liked to have contrast in the food I ate — sweet, salty, crunchy, rich, creamy, sticky… you name it. I took that sandwich for lunch every single day.

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Pace Picante Texas Two Step Chicken

When I inherited my mom’s 1939 edition of Better Homes and Gardens cookbook it was stuffed with recipes she had clipped over the years. Once in awhile I still very carefully go through them to reacquaint myself with flavors and foods from my childhood. One of the worn and stained papers has a recipe that …

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