Texans love to hear about the success of their neighbors, local Texan, entrepreneurs and this year was no exception. Over 27.5 million media impressions have been generated thus far about OUR SUCCESS! And that doesn’t include what is happening on FaceBook, Instagram and other social media platforms.
Some Recent News Articles:
(HOUSTON) — H-E-B has scoured the Lone Star State in search of the most delectable culinary creations from talented Texans during the company’s annual Quest for Texas Best competition. After tasty deliberations, 20 finalists with a flair for food were selected out of more than 824 entrepreneurs from 136 cities and towns across the state. Read More:
For the past six years, H-E-B’s Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best competition has given local Texans and their food and beverage products a once-in-a-lifetime chance to land on H-E-B shelves and be shared with H-E-B shoppers all across Texas. Read More:
The World is Being “Chilified” Thanks to JD’s Chili Parlor Products. JD’s Chili Parlor, a gourmet chili-focused artisan food company and caterer, is happy to announce their new line of “chilified” products, including a heritage chili paste, gourmet chili fixin’s and enchilada sauces. These one-of-a-kind Americana fusions were inspired by the historic Chili Queens, who invented chili in JD’s Chili Parlor’s hometown of San Antonio, Texas. Read More:
Chili with a Texas Twist
If you’re not already familiar with JD’s Chili Parlor, a chili-forward artisan food company in San Antonio, you may be soon. After being named a top 20 finalist in H-E-B’s ‘Quest for Texas’ Best’ 2019 competition, JD’s Chili Parlor is bringing three of its gourmet chili fixin’s — Original, Pecan-Smoked Whiskey and Hatch Boch Beer — to select H-E-B shelves on Monday, January 20. Read More:
SAN ANTONIO – Diana Anderson, Chili Queen, of JD’s Chili Parlor has creative chili recipes for your next get-together. You can make meatballs, stuffed jalapeños, frito pie dishes, football bean dip and more! Read More:
Diana Anderson, the co-owner of JD’s Chili Parlor in San Antonio, says pension fund officials can learn a lot about leadership by cooking chili. Anderson hosted a cooking demo Aug. 13 during TEXPERS’ 2018 Summer Educational Forum in San Antonio – the city many chili aficionados believe chili first took root in the U.S. The theme of this year’s Summer Educational Forum was Texas Pension Chili: a Recipe for Returns and was held Aug. 12-14. Anderson provided a unique perspective linking chili cooking to leadership. Read More…
A loyal following of chili heads have watched JD’s Chili Parlor ascend from a small grocery store in Canyon Lake and stands at local farmers markets to an entrepreneurial incubator in San Antonio with their delicious bowls chili con carne. Diana and John Anderson now have a permanent al fresco location at the LocalSprout Food Hub east of downtown San Antonio. Read More…
It’s been more than 90 years since the Chili Queens of San Antonio served the community, but now a new chili stand is back. Diana and John Anderson opened JD’s Chili Parlor at 503 Chestnut St. “One of the reasons why we opened the stand was to honor the queens alfresco,” Diana Anderson said. “They were serving chili outside to folks and we wanted to do that.”
The Chili Queen of San Antonio is back for November’s First Thursday Night Market at Pearl Park. Join us inside Larder to meet JD’s Chili Parlor owner Diana Anderson, and warm up with some of her savory homemade chili, a traditional recipe that honors San Antonio’s original Chili Queens of the 1860s.
Since launching in 2015, JD’s Chili Parlor has built a reputation around San Antonio for its tasty range of chili dishes. The chilis vary from a traditional “bowl of red” to a pecan-smoked whiskey chili to a vegan chili to cater to San Antonio’s growing plant-eating populous. Now, they’re about to make a big splash on November 16 with the grand opening of a permanent location at LocalSprout Food Hub, the East Side collaborative for small culinary businesses. Read More…
Sure, it’s just a spicy stew with peppers and meat, but in her hands, the state dish of Texas gets gourmet treatment. She’s channeling history to re-invent chili. Read More – Watch Video:
Texanische Gerichte : Chili con Carne
Draußen ist Hochsommer, San Antonios Asphalt schwitzt vor sich hin. Immer mal wieder weht ein warmer Wind durch die Straßen der südtexanischen Stadt, sodass es noch heißer zu sein scheint als die 36 Grad, die das Thermometer zur Mittagszeit anzeigt.
…For $10, patrons can sample two of JD’s chili blends from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. One will be made with the use of Ranger Creek’s Rimfire Whiskey; the other will be a chicken chili made with Mission Trail beer.