It rarely snows at Christmas around here. Sometimes in December we’re still sporting flip-flops. We decorate boats, hang out on the beach and a lot of us incorporate seafood into our holiday feasts. We have our traditions — they’re just Texas Gulf Coast style. [Read more…]
It all began with a tweet. The April issue, featuring some of the area’s most eligible bachelors, had just arrived and reader Michelle Craig immediately raised the possibility of a Bachelorette Issue via Twitter. We thought, why not? [Read more…]
As we worked on this edition of Coast Monthly, we noticed a common thread among people featured in these pages. [Read more…]
We asked readers to send us photos of nautical-themed tattoos. Here are a few of them.
Many delectable developments have occurred in the coastal Texas dining scene since we served up our first Food Issue a year ago. A wave of new restaurants, their kitchens commanded by notable chefs, have raised the seafood levels a notch. [Read more…]
Florida has Key lime pies. Louisiana is famous for bananas foster and bread pudding. And Mississippi has its mud pies.
But what is the quintessential dessert of the Texas Gulf Coast? [Read more…]
This month marks the second time we’ve dedicated an issue to dogs. [Read more…]