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    November 10, 2014

    Paul's Kitchen: From Biscuits to Beef Tartare and Beyond

    In the beginning, there were biscuits. Dense with butter flavor and lightly toasted, both were served with a mild red pepper jelly more sweet than spicy and lighter-than-air unsalted whipped butter. We dug in and wanted to request another serving, but held back, because, well you don't go to Paul's ... More >>

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    September 29, 2014

    Dish of the Week: Loco Moco

    From classic comfort foods to regional standouts and desserts, we'll be sharing a new recipe with you each week. See the complete list of recipes at the end of this post. This week, we're sharing a recipe for loco moco. Loco moco is a Hawaiian dish typically consisting of white rice topped with ha ... More >>

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    February 17, 2014

    Recipe of the Week: (Real) New England Clam Chowder

    From classic comfort foods to regional standouts and desserts, we'll be sharing a new recipe with you each week. See the complete list of recipes at the end of this post. Before the temperatures rise to ungodly levels, we're sharing the secrets to a cold-weather favorite, New England Clam Chowder. ... More >>

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    November 22, 2013

    Spatchcocked Turkey and Fresh Wassail: Houston Chefs Have Some Great Cooking Planned For Their Thanksgiving Gatherings

    Earlier this week, we spoke with some Houston chefs about their Thanksgiving preparation and cooking advice. Today, the chefs share with us what they are making for Thanksgiving this year, whether they are planning to spend the holiday at home or in the kitchens of their restaurants.

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    November 7, 2013
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    July 11, 2013

    Family Fare and Hidden Gems at Cavatore

    Cavatore: An unassuming neighborhood joint that manages a few surprises.

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    May 22, 2013

    Take-Out Fake-Outs: 5 Summer Barbecue Recipes Lightened-Up

    We love Friday-night pizza or lazy-Sunday Thai delivery as much as the next guys -- but we can't say the same for our waistlines. Luckily, we have a few tricks up our sleeves. By remaking your favorite take-out foods at home, you can get all the pleasure...with none of the guilt. All it takes is a f ... More >>

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    March 18, 2013

    What's Cooking This Week? Baked Crab Cakes & More

    I love cooking for my fiancé and me, but most of the time, cooking for two proves to be difficult. If I don't make a plan, I end up running around in circles at the grocery store and wasting half the ingredient's I've bought (and I hate wasting food). Enter What's Cooking This Week - my weekly meal ... More >>

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    February 25, 2013

    What's Cooking This Week? Loaded Chili Dogs & More

    I love cooking for my fiancé and me, but most of the time, cooking for two proves to be difficult. If I don't make a plan, I end up running around in circles at the grocery store and wasting half the ingredient's I've bought (and I hate wasting food). Enter What's Cooking This Week - my weekly meal ... More >>

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    February 7, 2013

    Deer Lease Chic at LA Bar

    LA Bar offers comfortable food and surroundings, especially for men who like sports, hunting, fishing and golf.

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    January 17, 2013

    Take-Out Fake-Outs: 5 More Favorites Lightened-Up

    We love Friday-night pizza or lazy-Sunday Thai delivery as much as the next guys -- but we can't say the same for our waistlines. Luckily, we have a few tricks up our sleeves. By remaking your favorite take-out foods at home, you can get all the pleasure...with none of the guilt. All it takes is a f ... More >>

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    October 5, 2012

    10 Dishes We're Excited About on Houston Restaurants' New Fall Menus

    Roost Bistro is one of the restaurants with an exciting fall menu. Fall means looking forward to more than just oyster season, chili cook-offs and pumpkin spice lattes at Starbucks. It means that plenty of our favorite restaurants (and, yes, bars too) across the city are issuing new seasonal menus ... More >>

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    June 4, 2012

    What's Cooking This Week? Grilled BBQ Chicken Thighs, Antipasto Salad & More

    I love homemade meals with my fiancé, but most of the time, cooking for two proves to be difficult. If I don't have a game plan, I end up running around in circles at the grocery store and wasting half the ingredients I've bought (and I hate wasting food). Enter What's Cooking This Week -- my weekl ... More >>

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    May 31, 2012
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    May 28, 2012

    What's Cooking This Week? For One, Turkey Cheddar Burgers with Blue Cheese Slaw

    I love homemade meals with my fiancé, but most of the time, cooking for two proves to be difficult. If I don't have a game plan, I end up running around in circles at the grocery store and wasting half the ingredients I've bought (and I hate wasting food). Enter What's Cooking This Week - my weekly ... More >>

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    April 30, 2012

    What's Cooking This Week?

    I love cooking for my fiancé and for myself, but most of the time, cooking for two proves to be difficult. If I don't make a plan, I end up aimlessly wandering the supermarket and wasting half the ingredients that I've bought (and I HATE food wasters...I'm lookin' at you!). Enter What's Cooking Thi ... More >>

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    March 30, 2012

    The Rest of the Best: Houston's Top 5 Bloody Marys

    For the next 20 weeks, we'll be rounding up the runners-up to our 2011 Best of Houston® winners. In many categories, picking each year's winner is no easy task. We'll be spotlighting 20 of those categories, in which the winner had hefty competition from other Houston bars and restaurants. Well, go ... More >>

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    December 22, 2011

    Adventures In Crab Rangoonery

    Photo by Geary EppleyYeah....mine didn't exactly look like this. ​Everybody has their favorite comfort foods. In times of stress, I turn to Chinese takeout for consolation, specifically crab rangoon. Actually, not only in times of stress. After several cocktails, crab rangoon always sounds aw ... More >>

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    July 13, 2011

    Racing Rachael: High Steaks

    Carrie Applegate Jaeger​I was starting to think that either Rachael has a lot of 30-minute chicken meals or that I'm addicted to cooking chicken. So, for the next few weeks...NO chicken. Two things intrigued me about the entrée recipe: the placement of the salad in relation to the meat and ... More >>

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    June 13, 2011

    Top 5 Simple Foods to Pair with Scotch and Whiskey

    smiling_da_vinci​ I recently started drinking whiskey for the same reason most other people do -- because someone they knew was drinking whiskey. For the past decade, I'd stayed away from the brown stuff, because all the Crown shots from college had left a mental (not to mention liver) scar. ... More >>

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    May 16, 2011

    Frugalicious: Porcupine Balls

    Ready to make some balls​Porcupine balls are a great entree -- inexpensive, delicious and easily modified to suit your caloric or dietary needs. This dish is quick to assemble, leaving you plenty of time while it bakes to do your thing. Clean-up is easy, and most ingredients are pantry/freez ... More >>

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    October 7, 2010

    Authentically Inauthentic

    Ramen and breaded pork cutlets, not sushi, are the stars at Umai Japanese.

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    May 20, 2010

    Local Vendor Spotlight

    Houston Dairymaids.​For every Houston restaurant still using Sysco biscuits, there's a local vendor who's gnashing his teeth, ready to jump in if given the chance. Yes, the "little guy" local trade has grown steadily and profitably over the past few years as more and more chefs and patrons wan ... More >>

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    January 27, 2010

    Bringing New Orleans to Houston

    ​Last week, Greenway Barista visited various restaurants and bars in New Orleans. Lucky him. But while we can't all jet away to New Orleans, we can bring NOLA to us with one of our favorite cookbooks, Cooking up a Storm. During Hurricane Katrina, many classic New Orleans recipes were washed a ... More >>

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    October 15, 2009

    Vietnamese Steak and Eggs... Holy Cow!

    ​ Tan Ba Le Baguette on the corner of Beechnut and Boone is an excellent lunch destination. This Vietnamese diner specializes in street vendor dishes at an affordable price. Ordering here is simple: Walk up to the counter and ask for steak and eggs. The steak-and-eggs combo was traditionally ... More >>

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    August 6, 2009

    RDG Bar Annie's Shrimp Meat Balls

    In the wake of Café Annie's closing, Robert Del Grande has taken up the chef's hat again. Just a bit further down Post Oak, the RDG Grill Room, Bar Annie and the BLVD Lounge are now all serving a variety of small plates and entrees at different price points. But even in a new place, Chef Del Grande ... More >>

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    June 5, 2009

    The Do-It-Yourself Bloody Mary Bar at the Cadillac Sunday Brunch

    Photo by Robb WalshWhen considering where to go for Sunday brunch, we too often allow meaningless considerations like the fluffiness of the pancakes or the quality of the smoked salmon to interfere with sound decision-making. Stop and think about it. What's really important on Sunday morning-- I mea ... More >>

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    February 2, 2009

    Hamburguesa Estilo Monterrey

    What exactly is a hamburguesa estilo Monterrey? I visited the Hamburguesas Del Rio location at Avenida Constitucion 1121 Pte. Centro in Monterrey, Mexico to seek the definitive answer to that question. I had long assumed that the term described a specific Mexican-style set of garnishes, namely the s ... More >>

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    February 14, 2008
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    August 18, 2005

    Hotter than Hasselhoff?

    Maybe not yet, but Koufax is on the way

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    February 24, 2005

    Beyond the Bovine

    Christian cowboys, carnivals and Chianti await you at the rodeo

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    January 15, 2004

    Pike's Peak

    Catch the tattooed lady's act at the Rhythm Room

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    January 11, 2001

    Stirred and Shaken

    Dancing Marlin's Bloody Mary

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    January 27, 2000

    Hot Plate

    The Shrimp Po-Boy at Cafe Artiste

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    November 4, 1999

    Righteous Meats

    Victor's from L.A., his corned beef's from Chicago, but his Reuben is heaven-sent

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    March 4, 1999

    Bang-up Bento Boxes

    Don Chang pushes the envelopeat Nara Japanese

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    February 18, 1999
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    July 2, 1998
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    June 26, 1997

    Soft and Crabby

    Summer's the right time for many things -- but none better than soft-shell supping

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    February 23, 1995

    Something Old, Something New

    If El Palacio is a dream of the past, Cabo is the cocktail party of the future

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    December 8, 1994

    A History Lesson

    The Confederate House feeds us on what Houston was -- for better and worse

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