Totally Texas Christmas Gift Ideas from Amazon

Jack Allen’s Kitchen Cookbook

Jack Allen's Kitchen Cookbook
“In Jack’s first cookbook, you’ll find recipes that feature the bounty of each season, engaging profiles of Central Texas farmers and purveyors, and an open invitation to pull up a chair at Jack Allen’s Kitchen, relax, and have a good time.” ~excerpt from Amazon description

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Lammes Texas Chewie Pecan Pralines
Lammes Candies a Texas tradition since 1885 and their Texas Chewie Pecan Pralines are a legendary treat for Texans old and young.
Sola Stella EVOO
Texas Hill Country Olive Co. EVOO Click or tap image to view larger selection or make a purchase.
Texas Hill Country Olive Company
Texas Olive Industry is coming into its own with award winning oils and products. Click or tap the logo to see the wide variety available.






All Over the Map by Michael Corcoran
“Michael Corcoran has been writing about Texas music for more than thirty years, for the Dallas Morning News and Austin American Statesman, as well as in such publications as Texas Monthly and Spin. These pieces are based on his personal interviews with their subjects as well as in-depth research. Expertly written with flair, the book is a musical waltz across Texas.” ~Amazon Click or tap image to purchase your copy from Amazon.





Totally Texas Roadtrip to Devil’s Backbone Tavern in Fischer, TX

Stop sign at Purgatory Road, Fischer, TX Image by Cami Perriraz
Omens abound on Purgatory Road outside Fischer, Texas on the way to Devil’s Backbone Tavern. Image by Cami Perriraz

What better time to take a #totallytexasroadtrip down Purgatory Road to the Devil’s Backbone Tavern in the tiny community of Fischer. Tucked away in the oak and cedar canyons between San Marcos and Wimberly sits an unassuming structure immortalized in song and legend. Word has it the place is haunted by civil war soldiers, cowboys and assorted local folk who just didn’t want to go home. Find out all about Devil’s Backbone Tavern by clicking or tapping the link below, or better still take a #totallytexasroadtrip and check it out in person. Tell them you heard about them here on  Click here to see more of Devil’s Backbone Tavern in Fischer, Texas.