Enjoy a shot of tequila with Lucinda Hutson, whose book ¡VIVA TEQUILA! is a festive blend of inspired recipes for fabulous drinks and dishes, lively personal anecdotes, spicy cultural history, and colorful agave folk art, proverbs, and lore.
To find out more and view page spreads, please visit: https://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/hutviv
Book trailer for the University of Texas Press's new book 'Two Prospectors'. The book is a compelling portrait of a complex, decades-long friendship containing deeply honest letters and candid family photographs that offer the most intimate glimpse we may ever get into the life, personal philosophy, and creative process of America's leading dramatist.
Read more and get the book: https://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/books/shetwo
Diana Kennedy billed her MAD3 talk as a reflection on the six decades she has spent celebrating Mexico’s culture, landscape, and gastronomy. But given her brilliant, charmingly irascible ways, it was no surprise to see that she didn’t simply use her time for a nostalgic look back. Instead, she drew on her studies and experiences as a way to argue for the importance of sustainability.
Between Heaven And Texas features images of the Texas sky by Wyman Meinzer and the music of Doug Smith. Produced by Charlie Stout. To purchase this film or images from the film, visit betweenheavenandtexas.com