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Feast On Unlimited Sausages from Around the World at These South Texas Beer Gardens

Posted: August 12, 2019 at 3:48 pm   /   Deals, Featured, Food Finds

Through August 2019, Houston diners can sate even great hungers with unlimited sausages ranging from traditional to exotic for a great price. King’s Biergarten in Pearland and King’s BierHaus in the Heights and League City are offering Sausage Fest, an impressive all-you-can-eat deal for just $9.95 for traditional sausages or $12.95 for specialty game and […]

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beef rendang at Phat Eatery

Hot August News: Phat Eatery in Katy is Now Part of Houston Restaurant Weeks

Posted: August 9, 2019 at 6:54 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds, Sponsored

Sponsored August in Houston brings the heat in more ways than one — it’s a prime time to indulge at local restaurants for a great cause. Houston Restaurant Weeks runs August 1 through September 2 and this is the first year that Katy Malaysian restaurant Phat Eatery at 23119 Colonial Parkway is participating. The special […]

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Try This Sneak-Preview Recipe From An Award-Winning Houston Chef’s Cookbook

Posted: August 6, 2019 at 2:53 pm   /   Chefs You Should Know, Featured, News

Houston celebrity chef Chris Shepherd seems to be everywhere these days: television, charity events and opening restaurants like he’s playing Monopoly. The Underbelly Hospitality founder will soon add “author” to his list of career achievements. His new cookbook, Cook Like a Local, is being released on September 3, 2019. Written with former Food & Wine […]

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ruby chocolate bars at cacao & cardamom

Dark, Milk, White and — Ruby? Naturally Pink Chocolate is Here to Tingle Your Tastebuds

Posted: August 2, 2019 at 12:56 pm   /   Featured, Food Finds, Sweets

For years, there have been three basic types of chocolate: dark, milk and white. For dark and milk, the origin determines particular flavors, such as fruity notes, which sugar content can either negate or showcase bitterness. There’s a longstanding argument about whether white chocolate is really even chocolate at all due to  its lack of […]

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Houston Brunch Festival

Inaugural Brunch Festival Left Many Attendees Feeling Ripped Off

Posted: August 1, 2019 at 5:20 pm   /   Featured, Food & Drink Festivals, News

The first Houston Brunch Fest (sometimes also styled “HTX Brunch Fest”) was held on July 20 in downtown at Isles Eatery & Rhum Bar at 1515 Pease. The event organizers, which included consultant and entrepreneur Bruce Bray, advertised that the festival would include over “20 restaurants and chefs” but the event dramatically under-delivered, generating a […]

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