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  • Monday, November 16, 2015  
    in Recipes
    Pie Crust- I used pre-made pie crust, you can make your favorite crust as well.  You will need to blind bake the crust using some foil and weights prior to filling.   Line the cups in a muffin pan or cup cake pan with parchment paper and spray with pan release spray. Cut dough in circles about...Read More
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  • Monday, November 16, 2015  
    in Recipes
    Green Bean Casserole Pie Pie Crust- I used pre-made pie crust, you can make your favorite crust as well.  You will need to blind bake the crust using some foil and weights prior to filling with the Green Bean mixture. For the Green Beans: 2 small or 1 large can of green beans, drained in a colander...Read More
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  • Monday, November 16, 2015  
    Whether it’s how to spell it or knowing how tall they grow, there are a lot of fun cactus facts that everyone should know. Learn how the cactus survives in desert conditions, how tall they can grow, which have edible fruit and how they thrive all over the world with little to no water. Here are...Read More
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  • Monday, November 09, 2015  
    Each fall on November 11th, Americans celebrate Veterans Day. It’s a chance to honor the military and those who served our country and fought for the freedom and rights of all Americans. Here are some great ways you can take part in this important tradition, and both honor and thank U.S. veterans...Read More
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  • Monday, November 02, 2015  
    The cowboy hat has long been an iconic symbol of the American west, its traditions and its heritage. It brings to mind images of horse-bound herdsmen, ranchers, lawmen and outlaws. Far from a relic, however, cowboy hats are still worn widely across the U.S., offering shade from the hot sun and protection...Read More
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  • Monday, October 26, 2015  
    Halloween wouldn’t be complete without little cowboys and cowgirls running around celebrating the Wild West. DIY costumes are the perfect way to show off your creativity and your love for Southwestern culture! Here are two fun, easy and affordable western-themed costumes that are perfect for kids...Read More
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  • Monday, October 19, 2015  
    If you’re like us, you know that legendary food takes time. The best recipes using only the finest ingredients are the only way we like to play. Using a special blend of seasonings and a made-from-scratch process every bite is even better than the last. Here at Texas Roadhouse we don’t cut...Read More
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  • Monday, October 12, 2015  
    Line dancing is our favorite type of dancing here at Texas Roadhouse! Whether you're a line dancing novice or a seasoned two-stepper, here are 8 must-know facts about this fun-filled dance: 1. There's no need for a date Unlike most styles of dance that require a partner, with line dancing, you can go...Read More
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  • Monday, October 05, 2015  
    Here at Texas Roadhouse we love delicious appetizers! Try this tasty recipe at home. Deluxe Jalapeño Poppers Filling for 12-16 bites: - Crab- 4oz - Cream Cheese- 1oz - Shredded Jack Cheese- 4oz Mix all ingredients, set aside in refrigerator. Jalapeños- 6-8, split, stemmed and seeded....Read More
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  • Monday, October 05, 2015  
    No matter our age, waiting around is never fun, but preparing in advance can make dining out fun for the whole family, including the little ones.  Packing a survival kit can make waiting a lot more bearable for kids. Generally speaking, the contents of such kits should be tailored to their hobbies...Read More
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