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Texas Tour Saddles Up After San Antonio

Click to see the rest of the photos! The Goode Company Texas Tour has saddled up and left good ole San Antone’, which means we’re already gearing up for our next stop, and the Texas Tour is halfway over. Along the way we’ve helped 3 winners experience some of our great state’s most historic cities, and we’re […]

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Goode Goes to Cowtown on Texas Tour

Click here for more photos from their weekend. All is well on the Goode Company Texas Tour, as it continues to roll into some of the most historic Texas cities, and some of my favorite spots. We recently wrapped up our stop in Fort Worth, Texas, and will soon be hitting the road, this time to […]

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First Stop on the Texas Tour, Austin

The first stop on the Goode Company Texas Tour was Austin, “The Live Music Capital of the World.” We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our 35th anniversary than by showing off the capital of our beautiful Lone Star state. We brought Elizabeth and her fiancé to town during SXSW Festival, and boy were […]

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Goode Company Celebrates 35th Anniversary with 2012 Texas Tour

Six Texas towns, nine months, and six winners — We’re celebrating our 35th anniversary and giving you the chance to embark on a “Texas Tour” with Goode Company as your tour guide. Throughout 2012 we’ll be giving our Facebook fans the opportunity to experience Texas the “Goode” way. We’ve selected six towns with true, Texan hospitality […]

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National Chili Day 2012

Today is a great day for meat lovers nation-wide because it’s National Chili Day! Pull out your pots and pans, turn the heat up, and get to celebratin’ this fine, fine day. Whatever you do though, just don’t forget the cornbread! Here’s a chili recipe that I think you’ll really enjoy. Levi Goode’s Ol’ San […]

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Entertaining on Super Bowl Sunday 2012

This Sunday, February 5, is a bittersweet day for football lovers across the country. On one hand, it is the greatest day in sports and entertainment, paired with feasting, friends and hopefully some good commercials. On the other hand, it is the end of another sports season, leaving us longing for next year, and hopefully […]

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Tried & True Thanksgiving Recipes

The holidays are always a fullfiling time of year, especially when it comes down to the cooking. Like many other cooks in the family, I’m constantly coming up with recipes that are sure to please the family, each and every year. I have three Thanksgiving recipes — Jalapeno Cheese Bread Dressing, Homemade Green Bean Casserole, […]

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Starting a Campfire

The weather is finally cooling off down in Texas, and there’s nothing more relaxing than a good old-fashioned camping trip. The most essential part of any camping trip is the fire, and without it you’ll be wishing you were back in your bed at home. Here are some helpful tips on how to start your […]

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Tailgating 101

With football season in full swing, there isn’t a better time to talk beer, burgers and your favorite team. I’ve been to too many tailgates over the years to count, and while they are a lot of fun, they can be a lot of work.  Here are some tips from me to you to help […]

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My trip to San Antone’ for the Foodways Texas Benefit

Macho Burger

Two Thursdays ago I headed to San Antonio, TX, for the Foodways Texas annual board meeting and Benefit sponsored by The Culinary Institute of America; Foodways Texas (known as FTX to the insiders) is an organization I’m committed to, and also helped found. We’re a diverse crowd made up of Texas scholars, chefs, journalists, restaurateurs, farmers, and ranchers that […]

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