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    First Taste of Zelko Bistro

    When Jamie Zelko left her post as executive chef at Bistro Lancaster in 2008, we worried that the young talent would pack her bags and leave our fair city. She was, after all, a climbing star, winning praise, love and accolades from patrons and criti...

    @ Eating Our Words by Ruthie Johnson on May 7, 2010 @ 11:00 am
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    $7 at Taqueria Lulu

    What $7 gets you: A fajita chicken torta ($5.25) and a veggie taco ($1.50), with 25 cents to spare - not including tax. The torta was mediocre, but satisfied a craving for beans, guacamole, shredded lettuce and cheese on a bun, plus it came with some...

    @ Eating Our Words by Amber Ambrose on May 7, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Bobby Heugel's Weekly Cocktail: The Margarita

    The margarita is the cocktail no self-respecting Houstonian can be preachy about. Regardless of their culinary and cocktail expertise, any local who claims not to enjoy the iconic frozen Houston happy-hour staple is lying through their quickly deteri...

    @ Eating Our Words by Bobby Heugel on May 6, 2010 @ 6:00 pm
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    Health Dept. Roundup

    At Supple Skin (2368 Rice Blvd.), a May 5 pre-opening inspection found the ceilings not easily cleanable in the walk-in fridge, food prep area and several other sections of the shop. At Boom Boom Game Room (10708 Kingspoint Road), a May 5 change-of-...

    @ Eating Our Words by Mike Morris on May 6, 2010 @ 5:30 pm
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    Breakfast at Whole Foods

    Creamy, delicious cheese grits on a breakfast buffet? From Whole Foods, no less? The answer is a resounding YES. The grocery store at 2955 Kirby already has my favorite salad bar in town (who else offers things like spelt and no-oil balsamic vinaigr...

    @ Eating Our Words by Katharine Shilcutt on May 6, 2010 @ 5:00 pm
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    Easy Dishes to Serve at a Tapas Gathering

    Tapas were created to accompany cocktails, beer and wine -- pub grub de Espaa, if you will. And anything built solely to meet the snackage needs of drinkers is a mighty fine idea, no matter the origin. If you decide to brave the world of Spanish bar...

    @ Eating Our Words by Amber Ambrose on May 6, 2010 @ 4:22 pm
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    Food Fight: Battle Iced Coffee

    It's only the very beginning of May, yet it's already becoming oppressively hot by 10 a.m. each day. And although no good morning can start without a cup of coffee, the hot black stuff just doesn't appeal on days when my legs are sticking to the car ...

    @ Eating Our Words by Katharine Shilcutt on May 6, 2010 @ 3:32 pm
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    Robb Walsh's 100 Favorite Houston Dishes: #47 Pasta with Fresh Peas, Ham and Mushrooms at Ciao Bello

    This pasta dish made with fresh garden peas, Italian ham and wild mushrooms in cream sauce is an Italian springtime classic. The addition of crunchy asparagus bits put the version at Ciao Bello on San Felipe over the top. I also liked the super-thin ...

    @ Eating Our Words by Robb Walsh on May 6, 2010 @ 2:29 pm
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    Odd Pair: Donuts

    The slightly sweet wine has nice refreshing peach and citrus flavors. The winery describes it as an off-dry Riesling - not quite dry and not quite sweet. We would recommend it as a good starter wine for those who aren't sure if they like Riesling. ...

    @ Eating Our Words by Jane Catherine Collins on May 6, 2010 @ 1:15 pm
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    A Cooler Coke: Vimto

    If you're like me, you might wander up to the refrigerated drink case at Phoenicia and think that the red, yellow and white can of Vimto sitting on a shelf looks exotic and unique. Especially if the can is turned so that only the French writing on on...

    @ Eating Our Words by Katharine Shilcutt on May 6, 2010 @ 12:03 pm
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    The King Cole: Our New Fave

    The super-friendly proprietor told us that he had only owned the place for about five years. Check out the pic of the 70 year old beer cooler. Apparently, it still works after 70 years. So does the a/c, as the owner informed us it too was 70 years ol...

    @ Eating Our Words by Jason Kerr on May 6, 2010 @ 11:00 am
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    The Iron Bartender Competition in Galveston

    This Sunday certainly qualified as a Sunday Funday as 70 bartenders crowded the grand halls of the San Luis Resort to vie for the title of Iron Bartender. Following a contestant brunch, these 70 hopefuls were narrowed down to 10 of the best mixologis...

    @ Eating Our Words by Geri Maria Harris on May 6, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Molto Italiano at Sabetta Cafe & Wine Bar

    A new restaurant has stepped up to the plate at 2411 S. Shepherd, the former location of Crostini and -- more recently -- the ill-fated Cafe Zol. Sabetta Cafe & Wine Bar, the creation of Chef Riccardo Palazzo-Giorgio and wife Donna, opened this week....

    @ Eating Our Words by Katharine Shilcutt on May 5, 2010 @ 6:15 pm
  • Down the Rabbit Hole - Tiny Boxwood's serves up delectable dishes in a magical setting.

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    Down the Rabbit Hole - Tiny Boxwood's serves up delectable dishes in a magical setting.

    We park in front of some tennis courts on a narrow street crowded with luxury vehicles before heading in to have breakfast at Tiny Boxwood's (3614 West Alabama, 713-622-4224). It's just past 7 a.m. We walk past the garden gates and escape into anothe...

    by Jason Kerr on June 3, 2010
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    Jonathan's Grill/Pampanga's

    Maria Canlas and her three brothers, who have always dreamed of owning their own restaurant, have opened Jonathan's Grill/Pampanga's (8388 West Sam Houston Pkwy., 281-530-8887) in the food court of the Viet Hoa Center. The family comes from Pampanga,...

    by Paul Galvani on June 3, 2010
  • Not for Breakfast - Okonomiyaki at Kaneyama

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    Not for Breakfast - Okonomiyaki at Kaneyama

    The savory omelet known in Japan as okonomiyaki can be made with many different ingredients. "Okonomi" means "what you like" and "yaki" means "grilled" or "cooked," so the name fits this thick, egg-based dish. The version at Kaneyama (9527 Westheimer...

    by Paul Galvani on June 3, 2010
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    Orange's Orange Kapiria

    The World Cup is inspiring because it focuses global consciousness in a way usually reserved for natural disasters and war. It's also inspiring because it often takes place several time zones away and therefore makes it all right for those of us who ...

    by Glenn Livet on June 3, 2010
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    The Gulf Oil Spill and the Seafood Industry

    With the Gulf oil spill now a full-on environmental disaster, seafood lovers are worried. Commercial and recreational fishing has been restricted in certain areas of the Gulf, and seafood supplier Louisiana Foods's Jim Gossen says he's already seen s...

    @ Eating Our Words by Cathy Matusow on May 5, 2010 @ 5:45 pm
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    The Cure For Your Robb Walsh Jones (Is Not More Cowbell)

    In celebration of the release of his latest book, The Tex-Mex Grill and Backyard Barbacoa, the Houston Chowhounds are hosting a book release party on Sunday, May 16, at the West Alabama Ice House for Walsh, in which fans are invited to come out and m...

    @ Eating Our Words by Katharine Shilcutt on May 5, 2010 @ 5:20 pm
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    Wine of the Week: Chateau de Parenchere Bordeaux Clairet 2008

    Granted, we were having Italian food, but red wine on an 80 degree day that felt closer to 90 made our mouths parched. All we could think about was how a crisp white or ros would have been a better choice. In honor of our diners, we decided that t...

    @ Eating Our Words by Jane Catherine Collins on May 5, 2010 @ 3:40 pm
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