Hatch Chile Fest returns to the Market Square in Paris, Texas, on Saturday August 31, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Roasted chile peppers from New Mexico, mariachi music, kids games, and burger sliders are all part of the festivities.
The Pony Expresso is a locally-owned coffee house in downtown Canton. This charming establishment was once a drive-thru bank facility and was repurposed into a coffee house. The owner, Katie McFarland, opened the shop in November 2018 serving coffee and more to the residents and visitors of Van Zandt County.
Bistro 1916, located inside the historic ML Edwards Co in Mount Vernon, is an open-style cafe featuring brunch, lunch, and now dinner on Friday and Saturdays from 5-9 p.m. They recently announced a new dinner menu that continues their farm-to-table fare using locally sourced ingredients.
The small towns dotting rural areas of the Upper East Side of Texas help celebrate the bounty of the region by supporting local farmers and providing fresh food for consumers. They turn this annual ritual into a good time for residents and visitors alike with lively farmers markets that kick off this time of year.
Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards in Pittsburg started 2016 off with new accolades. LPRV was awarded a total of nine awards at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition.
A steak is like a pink elephant: The mere mention of it and you can’t stop thinking about it. The same can be said about the words “George Foreman,” salesman with a knock-out punch, and a Marshall native.
On Friday nights in East Texas the rumbling you hear in Jacksonville could be the crowds at the Tomato Bowl where local football teams square off or it could be folks rambling to get to the dining room at Sadler’s Kitchen as the doors open at 5 p.m. Recently, I was a diner in the crowd.