Hot off the heels of the annual National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago, food bloggers and industry outlets are furiously compiling lists of food trends for 2012 and beyond based on displays, samples and wares from the three-day-long trade show.
Nation's Restaurant News says that the trendy ... More >>
Photos by Mai PhamExecutive Chef Roberto Castre of Latin Bites CafeYesterday, we talked to Latin Bites' Executive Chef and Owner Roberto Castre about his long and winding road to settling in Houston. Today, he tells us the story of how Latin Bites came into being.
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Like many ideas that are actually executed, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston didn't exactly anticipate the International Center for the Arts of the Americas (ICAA) having the legs that it does.
"This is the only center of its kind in the world," says Dr. Mari Carmen Ramirez, Wortham Curator of Lat ... More >>
Photos by Katharine ShilcuttThe Peruvian-style ceviche is garnished with radishes, corn and avocado.Even though we were already full of queso and ceviche when the entrees came out last night at El Patio, my dining companion and I couldn't help but dig in.
"Oh, this tastes just like something ... More >>
Everyone's got an opinionThe 2010 Best of Houston issue is out, and formally hits the streets today. As always, it contains an eclectic mix of categories and picks, and you readers get the chance to chime in.And when you do, you often disagree with us.Only one can be right, right? You or us? let' ... More >>