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5 Coffee Shops Worth a Sip

Really good coffee houses offer a wide selection of great coffee in a place that encourages relaxation and conversation. They have attentive wait staff and baristas that are excited to please guests with their creations.

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The Winnsburger: A Name Worth a Taste

This mouth-watering dish highlights the menu at The Rooster Cafe, one of the best treasures in the Upper East Side of Texas and well worth a trip from anywhere.

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Jams and Jellies Are Always a Hit at Edgwood Festival

Some kinda yummy that's available at the annual festival -- set for November 10 -- can also be made at home. Check out two recipes.

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Kiepersol Merlot Pairs Well with State Fair

Tyler-produced wine was one of only 12 Texas wines awarded blue ribbon winners, as judged by a panel of sommeliers from the Texas Wine Journal.

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Part of the Fun of the Fair Is the Food

Possibilities include Fried Kool-Aid, Cheesecake Chimichangas, Cowpatty Stuffed Potatoes, Brownie Burgers, and of course the usual favorites: chocolate-dipped treats, fried everything, and just about any kind of protein-on-a-stick -- often wrapped in bacon too!

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Craft Beer on Tap at East Texas State Fair

The brewers to offer their varieties include Celis, True Vine, Great Raft, Karbach, ETX Brewing, Southern Star, Freestone Walker, Lakewood and Rogue.

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Are You Inclined to be a Specialist in Wine?

The program features important topics critical to the success of today’s wine professionals and savvy consumers that are looking for the best wines and wine values that Texas offers.

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Roasted Whole Yogurt Chicken

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Calling all Chili Connoisseur for Contest

A good ol' fashioned Chili Cook-Off is planned for September 23 at the East Texas State Fair.

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Paris Affair Offers Farm-to-Fork Experience

Enjoy an evening of music, food and fun at the Paris local Farmers Market.

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Hatch Chiles: Get 'Em While They're ... Here!

A "Hatch chile" refers to varieties of chiles grown in the Hatch Valley of New Mexico. The flavor is described as lightly pungent similar to an onion, or like garlic with a subtly sweet, spicy, crisp, and smoky taste.

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Cheers to ETX Brewing Company, Tyler

Downtown Tyler gets a new brewery worth checking out.

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