Whether it's piquant chili con carne or watermelon soup, there's nothing quite like Texas cuisine. Now, Edible Communities celebrates the Lone Star State's culinary traditions through a close-up look at Dallas and Fort Worth. Here are recipes and specialties straight from the region's best chefs, growers, and food purveyors--farm-to-table fare like indigenous herbs and chiles; down-home grits, collard greens, and fried green tomatoes; mesquite-grilled meats; and fruit cobblers.
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About the Author
Terri Taylor is a third-generation Texan who has spent the last 30 years in Dallas, working and raising her family. She studied journalism at the University of Texas and received a master of liberal arts degree from Southern Methodist University. During a pivotal year abroad in her 20s, she developed an appreciation for fresh foods while working on farms in Norway and France. She has been writing for Edible Dallas & Fort Worth since its inaugural issue in 2009. In 2010, she became its editor.