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Al Yeganeh

  • Blogs

    April 29, 2014

    Which Silly Music-Quiz Taker Are You?

    If you were a "David Bowie," would you be the Thin White Duke or Ziggy Stardust? If you were a Michael Jackson song, would you be "Bad," or would you be staring at "The Man In the Mirror?" Thanks to a deluge of incredibly popular online quizzes from pop-culture Web sites like Zimbio and Buzzfeed, y ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 31, 2012

    Five of This Year's Super Bowl Ads, Rated: Beckham's Junk, Seinfeld's Desperation -- It's Gonna Be a Long Sunday

    Super Bowl Sunday means more talk about television ads than at any other time of the year. Companies are now leaking previews and extended versions of the ads online, meaning you can get some idea just how good/bad things will be. Let's just say it doesn't look promising, if these five ads are any ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 11, 2011

    On Beards and Becco: Coming Down from New York City

    Photos by Katharine ShilcuttCrispy-skinned salmon atop cauliflower and ramps at Becco.​I first visited New York City 17 years ago, for one day. I saw Times Square, the United Nations building, stayed in a ratty hotel, ate at a TGI Friday's and had my pocket cut, my wallet and camera stolen fro ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 10, 2010

    Goodbye, Thai Nazi: Darawan Charoenrat of Kanomwan

    ​You may not have even known the restaurant by its proper name, Kanomwan. And it's even more likely that you did not know its proprietor's real name, either-- Darawan Charoenrat. For eaters "in the know" for the last decade or more, both have simply been called Thai Nazi, or the restaurant w ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 23, 2009

    National Pie Day: Do Your Part and Have a Slice

    You may not know it, but today is National Pie Day (at least according to the folks at the American Pie Council, which, by the way...sweet gig!).  It's the 23rd anniversary of the venerated holiday, which was created -- appropriately, if rather disgustingly, enough -- to commemor ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 7, 2009

    Beware the Mongol Invasion! (of BBQ)

    The cuisine known as Mongolian BBQ is making the mother of all culinary comebacks. Legend has it that Mongolian BBQ was invented in the 13th century by the army of Kublai Khan when the cooks fried up shredded meats and vegetables on a warrior's shield placed over a fire. Reality may be a bit more p ... More >>

  • News

    May 4, 2006

    Houston's Food Nazis

    Some are curmudgeonly but intriguing. Others are just a bad trip to S&M land.

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