The executive chef of the Butcher's Block in Snyder teaches us how to make Leek and Mushroom stuffing.
Learn To Make an Elegant Cheese Platter by the Executive Chef at the Turtle in Brownwood
From their catchy billboards, Eat More Chicken,to their friendly cow mascot, and of course their long lines at the drive thru, its easy to spot Chick-Fil-A everywhere
The View Fire Department will be hosting their 10th annual Chili fundraiser this weekend. It is also the first year that all the supplies are being donated.
You may recognize them out and around Abilene with their food trailer. Vagabond Pizza does a lot more than make delicious brick oven pizza, but also pastas. Since everyone is gearing up for the holidays so are they.
Introducing: Big Country Wraps
Cold Stone Celebrates National Ice Cream Month
Dayne Marae tries catfish for the first time in honor of Deutschlander's 15th anniversary.
Daniel Webb from Fuzzy's stops in to tell us how business is going!
Jason Beard of Cordell's was in our KTAB studios to talk about his latest desert creations, and also let us sample them!
Jan Ross was in studio talking about Sweet Life Cupcakes.
Texas Roadhouse was in our KTAB studio's talking about some great tasting game day food.
We were joined by Robert the General Manager from Steak Express on KTAB 4U, he showed us some of their great tasting entrees.
Chris from Enchilada Express was on KTAB 4U today to talk about some great tasting Mexican food that they can deliver anywhere in Abilene.
Come on down to Skeet's Texas Grill for the best comfort food you'll ever taste. Owner, Skeet Smith was on KTAB 4U today with all the info on his business.
A fire broke out Sunday morning in a family's garage.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for one of the Abilene natives in the prison bus crash.
With the slowing down of the oil industry, several employees are being laid off.
Residents in the Big Country suffering from strokes no longer have to travel far distances to get treatment. How the cutting-edge treatment is helping save more lives.
Texas communities are working to find new water sources as lakes levels drop in this ongoing drought. Some cities, like Graham, are making sure every drop counts.