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Grow your own herbs. It’s really easy.

THESE FLAVORFUL SUPERSTARS ARE A GREAT ADDITION TO YOUR GARDEN AND TONIGHT’S DINNER  Writer: SHARON ST. JOHN | IN Magazine Typically, the first thing that comes to mind when you think of herbs is using them to create savory meals, ... Read More »

Glutten free is no problem. Try these yummy, healthy treats

RE-IMAGINE OLD FAVORITES FOR THOSE WITH FOOD ALLERGIES. THEY WILL LOVE IT, YOU WILL LOVE IT. Writer: PATRICIA WILSON | Photographer:  SARAH A. MILLER | IN Magazine These days, your home-entertaining guest list is likely to include a mix of eaters who are vegan, paleo, ... Read More »

Monster Cupcakes: These Candy creatures are easy-to-make and an activity that kids of all ages will enjoy

Writer: HALEY HOLCOMB | Small Town Kids A great treat that you and the kids can make together is Monster cupcakes. For this project we decided to make our own cupcakes, even though you could buy pre-made cupcakes as well. ... Read More »

Whatsub Banh Mi brings authentic Vietnamese sandwich to Tyler

Writer: JAMIE CLYDE | Tyler Morning Telegraph Tyler is getting its first banh mi restaurant. Whatsub Banh Mi, 7924 S. Broadway Ave., Suite 500, will have its soft opening at 11 a.m. Wednesday. Banh mi sandwiches are traditional Vietnamese fare, ... Read More »

You can enjoy these comfort foods without any guilt. We promise.

Writer: PATRICIA WILSON | Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG | IN Magazine On a cool day, nothing satisfies like comfort foods. You can indulge in a stuffed sweet potato, a delicious appetizer of three-cheese crab dip and the other pleasures below ... Read More »

Take advantage of the fresh fruits and vegetables at the farmer’s market

THESE RECIPES TURN FRESH PRODUCE INTO HEALTHY MEALS YOUR FAMILY WILL LOVE  Writer: LESLIE HARRISON | Photographer: CHELSEA PURGAHN | IN Magazine July/August 2017 A farmer’s market is an excellent place to get fresh and healthy food directly from growers. Going ... Read More »

Tea room style cafe offers gluten free options and more

SPECIALTY KITCHEN AND BAKER IN TYLER OFFERS PASTRIES, LUNCH OPTIONS, TAKE-HOME CASSEROLES  Writer: ELSA CAVASOS | Phtographer: SARAH A. MILLER | Tyler Morning Telegraph 7.24-17 Tonia Bankhead used to bake for PTA meetings in Whitehouse – and for fun. But ... Read More »

South Tyler Speakeasy brings Jazz Age vibe to nightclub scene

Writer: CALVIN MAYNARD / Photographer: CHELSEA PURGAHN / Tyler Morning Telegraph A slot opens in the door at about eye level. “What’s the password?” The voice is South Tyler Speakeasy’s general manager Mark Ruehrmund. He quickly laughs, says there isn’t ... Read More »

Gladewater’s Central Station Brick & Brew site for craft beer, food, music

Writer: JACQUE HILBURN-SIMMONS / Tyler Morning Telegraph GLADEWATER – Entrepreneurs Tim Barnett and Dale Rhodes, who grew a friendship amid coaching children’s sports, could be described as ordinary dads who dared to think big and act on it. Their latest ... Read More »

Roost Chicken Salad & Deli offers new takes on an old favorite

Writer: ROY MAYNARD / Tyler Morning Telegraph It is a truth universally acknowledged that a person in possession of a good half-hour for lunch is in want of a chicken salad. At least, that’s what restaurateur Scott Nordon believes. He’s ... Read More »