Jessica Dupuy
Jessica Dupuy

Jessica Dupuy

Jessica Dupuy is a freelance writer who has covered wine and food for more than a decade. She is a regular contributor as a wine and food columnist for Texas Monthly magazine and forbes.com and has written for Food & Wine, Imbibe, the Guild of SommeliersSevenFifty DailyWine Enthusiast, and National Geographic Traveler.

Jessica has also covered food trends for various publications throughout her career and is the author of six regional cookbooks including Uchi: The Cookbook, The Salt Lick Cookbook: A Story of Land, Family and Love, Jack Allen's Kitchen Cookbook, The United Tastes of Texas and The United Tastes of the South through Southern Living magazine, and Tex-Mex: Traditions, Innovations, and Comfort Foods from Both Sides of the Border. Her latest book, The Wines of Southwest U.S.A., a part of the Classic Wine Library, covers the emerging American wine regions in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.

She is a member of Les Dames D'Escoffier–Austin. Dupuy lives in the Texas Hill Country, just west of Austin, with her family. Among the things she enjoys most are cooking with her kids, sharing great wine with friends, and fly fishing with her husband.
King Ranch Chicken
Rating: Unrated
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Hailing from an era when casseroles were king, this Tex-Mex dish still reigns supreme at church suppers and neighborhood potlucks.
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Texans Jessica Dupuy, Melissa Guerra, and Chef Hugo Ortega reveal the secrets to making a bowl of true Texas-style chili that's no bull.