Copper River

  • Dining

    August 8, 2013

    Change Is Constant at Goro & Gun, Like It or Not

    The folks at Goro & Gun might want to slow down their ever-changing menu and instead focus on their core dish.

  • Blogs

    July 19, 2011

    Keep on Truckin: The Modular

    The "Tin Can."​I woke up Sunday morning with a hankering for the comfort of some food truck sustenance -- it had been a long Saturday night. I drove by the one spot I can always count on for just such an occasion, next door to Agora, the former semi-permanent home of Eatsie Boys. Instead of ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 18, 2009

    Arguably the Best Oyster in the World

    ​When I compared a Totten Inlet Virginica (left), a Galveston Bay select (middle) and an Apalachicola oyster (right), I had to agree that the Totten Inlet oyster from Washington was the sweetest and saltiest of the three. Jon Rowley, the Washington State seafood marketing guru who masterminded ... More >>

  • Dining

    November 19, 2009

    Flounder Fish & Chips

    A new Kata Robata on Kirby offers stellar fish and lots of attitude.

  • Blogs

    June 19, 2009

    Copper River Sockeye and King

    Photo by Robb WalshHudson & Hubbell had some "Wild Alaskan Copper River Salmon" on display in the fish case yesterday. It was selling for $30 a pound. "There is no such thing as Copper River salmon," Jon Rowley wrote back when I asked him how the season was going in Alaska. Instead, there is Copper ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 19, 2009

    This Week In Deliciousness

    The proper presentation for mat kimchee should mirror as closely as possible the appearance of an exploded chicken.Welcome back once again to the weekly round-up at Eating Our Words, where we've found a way to put gravy on pretty much everything (you just have to tell people it's "some kinda sauce") ... More >>

  • Dining

    February 12, 2009

    Oyster Lovers Unite

    This Valentine's weekend may be your best chance to eat oysters for years to come

  • Blogs

    February 18, 2008

    Sex, Death and Oysters: Bigger Really Is Better

    That's a big one all right. A friend of mine brought me back some huge oysters from Camanada Pass off of Grand Isle, Louisiana, last weekend. These five-and-a-half-inch monsters made quite a mouthful, but they were some of the sweetest oysters I ever put in my mouth. Of course, the winter oyster sea ... More >>

  • Dining

    May 31, 2001

    Food with Thought

    Lunch with Pat Brown