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Adopt a Small Houston Food Business That’s a Perfect Match for You — Updated

POSTED: March 31, 2020 AT 1:42 pm   /   Feed The Need, News

Houstonians are the best at banding together in tough times and finding creative solutions. While much of the focus has been on sustaining Houston restaurants (and that is something that needs to continue), there’s another group of food businesses in need of support: local suppliers of food and drink. These include ranchers, farmers, small importers […]

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The Southern Smoke Festival in Houston Adds Dinner Event in Historic Venue for 2019 — Updated

POSTED: August 28, 2019 AT 5:40 pm   /   Featured, Feed The Need, News

On Sunday, October 6, the 5th Annual Southern Smoke Foundation Festival arrives on lower Westheimer, encompassing the grounds of Georgia James, Blacksmith and Legacy Community Health Center. The festival was started in 2015 to raise money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in honor of well-respected sommelier, Antonio Gianola, who is one of the over […]

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Bun B & Other Houston Celebrities Team Up With “Best Sandwich” Shop for Charity — Updated

POSTED: August 21, 2019 AT 9:34 am   /   Feed The Need, News

Whether or not you agree that its Tex-Mex Cheesesteak is the best-in-category in America, it’s undeniable that Antone’s Famous Po’ Boys — and its most popular sandwich first created by Jalal Antone 57 years ago — is a staple of Houston’s dining landscape. The company, which Legacy Restaurants has owned and operated for quite some […]

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Houston Taco Truck Pop-Up in The Heights Benefits Local Online Food Publication

POSTED: June 20, 2019 AT 9:49 am   /   Feed The Need, News, Upcoming Events

Sponsored Event It’s pretty common knowledge that finding financial support for local publications is tough these days. Houston Food Finder was on the brink of shutting down a few weeks ago when the community rallied to save it. Readers stepped forward and contributed to either a GoFundMe campaign started by Hometown Social’s Rachel Lewis or […]

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