Posts Tagged ‘bourbon

Just in time for the holidays, local Chef Warren is taking orders for his Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pies. They’re $15.50 each, and guaranteed crowd-pleasers. Chef Warren learned to make this rich, decadent dessert at Hudson’s on the Bend. He also does a spicy variation using ancho pepper. Find more info here: Chef Warren’s Facebook page.

(map) In a salute to their neighbor just down the road (and because it really classes up the recipe), the chefs at Pecan Street create this dessert with the best bourbon in Texas. (See the story behind the bourbon here.) Creamy bread pudding topped with crunchy pecan pralines, flavored with cinnamon and bourbon = heaven. […]

(map) If you’ve been thinking of making a pilgrimage over to Texas’ first bourbon distillery, now’s the time. Last Friday, they officially opened the new Tasting Room & Barrel Barn with a party to

(map) Dan Garrison is a brilliant man. Brilliant at making the first and best bourbon in Texas, yes. But also brilliant at luring a bunch of free help out to his place this month to help bottle his biggest batch yet. In return for their labor,

As Garrison Brothers puts it, “Some say Texans are a little too proud of their state. This sure isn’t going to help the situation.” Texas’ first legal bourbon distillery aged their first batch for two years in oak barrels, and at last it’s for sale. It’s smooth and buttery, and at $80 a bottle, made […]


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