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December 2016

Ming Tsai On Houston Restaurants, Kitchen Tools and The Cause Dear To His Heart

Posted: December 7, 2016 at 7:25 pm   /   Cooking, Editor's Choice, News

Celebrity chef Ming Tsai was in Houston on Monday for a Macy’s Culinary Council cooking demo and signing of his fifth book, Simply Ming In Your Kitchen, which Tsai says encourages home cooks to customize the recipes to their preferences. “A cookbook should not be gospel,” he explained. “It should be the base of inspiration […]

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Sylvia's South of the Border Enchilada Sampler

Finder Favorites: Tex-Mex Tours At Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen

Posted: December 6, 2016 at 7:43 pm   /   Tex-Mex

When the weather is chilly, a plate of hot, saucy enchiladas really hits the spot. Sylvia Casares of Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen has created plates of these that are more interesting than the usual combo platter All three Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen locations offers two different “Enchilada Culinary Tours”; “flights” of four enchiladas each. The “North of the […]

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Eats & Greets: New Rice Village Ramen Shop Nao Is Now Open

Posted: December 6, 2016 at 2:48 pm   /   Food Finds, Ramen

With Kubo’s no longer open, the Rice Village shopping district hasn’t had much to choose from in the way of Japanese food, but “Nao” that’s changed. (Sorry, couldn’t resist.) Nao Ramen House is now open in the space that was formerly the restaurant “55” at 5510 Morningside. It’s owned by Piran Esfahani, who is also […]

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Eats & Greets: Pinkerton’s Barbecue Finds A Home in The Heights

Posted: December 5, 2016 at 8:11 pm   /   Barbecue, Food Finds

It’s been a little over a year since Culturemap Houston broke the news of Grant Pinkerton finding a space for his new venture, Pinkerton’s Barbecue. Renovations and the cumbersome City of Houston permitting and approval process took longer than expected but this past Saturday, Pinkerton’s was finally able to host a sneak peek of what it will offer […]

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With Oxheart Closing Next Spring, New Chapters Begin For Its Principals

Posted: December 2, 2016 at 7:55 pm   /   News

Food writers and diners across Houston—and probably across the United States—are reeling at the news that Oxheart is closing after service on March 15. It will be converted to a la carte service under Yu’s right-hand man, Jason White, and will reopen in May. (White was Justin Basye’s replacement when that chef left short-lived Museum […]

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