Texas has long been noted for amazing barbecue and one-of-a-kind queso, but these country classics aren’t the only things the Lone Star state has to offer. The three-time James Beard Award winner Robb Walsh covers the broad range of Texan fare in his new book Texas Eats: The New Lone Star Heritage Cookbook. This illustrated book includes a history of the wide-ranging cuisines found in Texas, such as the Cajun influences in the bayou, the German and Czech immigrants who introduced beer-brewing and sausage-making, and even the newest trends of Viet-Cajun fusion and Pakistani fajitas. With more than 200 recipes, Walsh presents a spectrum of delicious dishes such as chicken-fried steak and cheese enchiladas to barbecued crabs and sweet potato cobbler. Texas Eats by Robb Walsh is available in stores and online for $25.