Monthly Archives: October 2007

Wursthalle first became venue for Wurstfest 40 years ago in 1967

By Myra Lee Adams Goff This column is now 16 months old and this story is the “wurst” story ever. For those of you who just got off the boat, “wurst” means sausage and sausage means Wurstfest! This Friday Wurstfest will begin … Continue reading

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Whether you cook or not, book of old recipes is fascinating browse

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Looking through a cookbook is a little like visiting with the cooks who wrote it. You start to remember past holidays, birthdays and just plain fun days. I visit my mother, my grandmother, and my … Continue reading

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Warnecke had the first drive-in store in Texas beginning in 1934

By Myra Lee Adams Goff Long before we had convenience stores in New Braunfels, we had the first drive-in grocery store in Texas right at the intersection of one of the busiest spots in town. It was Warnecke’s Drive In and … Continue reading

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