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Two Texas Foodies Reinvent the South’s Most Iconic Foods to Great Acclaim

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Lockhart, TX, July 07, 2021 –(PR.com)– Changing up iconic Southern favorites rarely meets with success. There are simply iconic favorite recipes passed down for generations that never change – for good reason. But sometimes even the best things can be improved, and one Texas friendship proved it.

Longtime “foodie friends” Alana Webre & Alexandra Worthington were at a tailgate party in Austin, TX years ago when they noticed the items that people brought to the event had evolved except one. Queso dip was still being made with oil-based processed cheese food and canned peppers like it has been since the 60s. “It’s an iconic Southern dish but it had never improved,” Worthington noted. And they spent the next two years trying to change that.

The pair created the first all-natural real dairy cheese queso dip and used freshly roasted peppers and local spices to finish it off. They named it “Culinary Cowgirls” and entered it…

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