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May 28th, Brisket Day

Brisket plate

May 28th marks a very important holiday, folks. It’s National Brisket Day; a day that gives the king of Texas BBQ the recognition it deserves. Y’all know we’re all brisket enthusiasts around here, so it should come as no surprise that we’ll use this national holiday to do some Goode celebrating and eating. Brisket is […]

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Ten Texas Wineries

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From Austin to Fredericksburg, the Texas Hill Country is home to more than 40 wineries featuring hundreds of uniquely crafted Texas wines. While not all of the wineries in the Lone Star State have a vineyard attached, most of them have land that they grow the grape vines on, in addition to the tasting rooms […]

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Texas Tubing

Frio River Tubing

Tubing down a Texas river is a rite of passage in the Lone Star State and it’s almost time to start loading up the truck to head to the water. While Texas has hundreds of rivers, there are four popular floating choices – Guadalupe, Comal, San Marcos and Frio. We’ve been down all four and can […]

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National BBQ Month


May is officially National BBQ Month, which means thousands of our fellow food-loving friends are celebrating the art of outdoor cooking. While we know that barbequing means something entirely different in the Lone Star State than it does throughout the rest of the country, we also know not everyone has a Texas-sized slow smoker in their backyard. That’s why we’re celebrating National […]

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