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Fill Up On Lent-Friendly Dishes Sans The Guilt At Antone’s Famous Po’Boys

Posted: March 13, 2019 at 6:36 pm   /   Sponsored

For some, Lent may be a time of sacrifice, but who says you have to give up good eating? Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys makes the Lenten season a bit simpler — and more delicious — with a variety of flavorful seafood dishes available for dine-in, carryout and catering. The choices go beyond the stereotypical “Fish Fridays” […]

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Lobster risotto with Calabrian peppers

Grab a Slice of Weekday Serenity — and a Great Lunch Deal — at Rainbow Lodge

Posted: February 21, 2019 at 11:25 am   /   Food Finds, Lunch, Sponsored

Weekdays at Rainbow Lodge at 2011 Ella are prime opportunities to indulge in memorable meals crafted by executive chef Mark Schmidt. His creativity and attention to detail ensure a refreshing midday lunchtime experience that recharges diners for returning to the day’s obligations. Dishes with both classic touches and interesting seasonings combine quality meats with locally-sourced […]

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Talented Chefs Compete For A Cause During The Truffle Masters, Houston’s Most Luxurious Winter Food Event

Posted: January 23, 2019 at 5:49 pm   /   News, Sponsored, Upcoming Events

Sponsored The Truffle Masters 2019 event brings together 26 of Houston’s most notable chefs for a culinary competition unlike any other in the Bayou City. Now in its fifth year, it is presented by fine ingredients importer and founding business DR Delicacy. The 2019 event is at The Revaire, 7122 Old Katy Road, from 6 […]

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Three Significant People to Houston Hospitality Are Battling Serious Illnesses — Updated

Posted: January 11, 2019 at 2:18 pm   /   Featured, Feed The Need, News

“Hospitality” and “hospital” may sound similar, but one is fun and the other is terrible. Unfortunately, two three of Houston’s most dedicated women of hospitality are facing both due to recent cancer diagnoses. Lucia Cordúa (wife of restaurateur Michael Cordúa, mother of chef David Cordúa and a strong presence in all of their business endeavors) is […]

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Houston cookbooks

Give the Gift of Good Taste With Cookbooks From Houston Writers

Posted: December 20, 2018 at 11:35 am   /   Chefs You Should Know, Featured, News

By Ellie Sharp with Phaedra Cook Houstonians have near-limitless opportunities for dining out but that it doesn’t mean they don’t like to spend time in their own kitchens, too. These cookbooks (and a few other food-focused tomes) from local chefs and writers share bring professional tastes, skills and perspectives to the home hearth. These books […]

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