by Kathy White Sumerian clay tablets recorded poetry about this golden elixir as long ago as 2000 B.C., and it was often used as a symbol for love in Egyptian poetry. Cakes made with it were offered ...
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Dash and Dine by Steve Wilson Runners in a Sunday group jog used to be lucky to get a paper cup of water for their trouble. Now, they get bRUNch. The idea is simple: meet outside a restaurant at ...

by Jodi Egerton • Photography by Jote Khalsa On a crisp morning, midwife GB Khalsa and I sit together over steaming mugs of chai at Radio Coffee & Beer in South Austin. We’re ...
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By Laura McKissack Long before modern chemistry, man relied on plants to heal, protect and manipulate the body. Many medicinal herbs grow very well in Central Texas, and a medicine garden can be ...
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