Hey, another somewhat scientific survey that includes Houston!! Let's dig in!! In this case, a website no one has ever heard of called Nerd Wallet has put together various stats to determine which American cities are the best places to live in for single men and single women. You're a single dude ... More >>
In honor of February, American Heart Month, The American Heart Society is promoting a Go Red for Women campaign. With heart disease being the number one killer of women, AHS is spreading the truth and myths about the disease and tips for prevention. Since eating well is a huge part prevention, we at ... More >>
Photo by John SuhChickpeas in their raw formWhat is it? Also known as garbanzo beans, chickpeas are part of the legume family. They are one of the oldest cultivated vegetables in existence and are mostly used in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking.
modomaticI love eggs. I would eat them in a box, with a fox, in a house, with a mouse, here, there, and everywhere - if they weren't loaded with cholesterol. But earlier this week the USDA released surprising findings from a recent nutritional re-evaluation, reporting that modern-day eggs a ... More >>
Each week, I'll take one reader's comment and base a post around it. Anything is fair game--from restaurant suggestions to cooking strategies to new product purchases. John Seaborn Gray's recent post about the worst canned goods contains my favorite line in food blogging history. In refer ... More >>
What is it? Leeks are related to shallots, onions and garlic, but they have a milder, sweeter taste. Instead of forming bulbs at the base of the plant like the others, leeks form long, thick stalks with heavy green outer layers that extend toward the top. They look like giant, mutated version ... More >>
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An evening with the workers and players at Montrose and Westheimer
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