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When I was preparing to move to Houston nearly a year ago, I heard a lot of apologies from people.
"Houston?" they would say, incredulously. "Wow. I'm sorry. Sounds like you'll… More >>
There weren't any steaks like this in Houston 30 years ago. There were trompo and fajitas and filet mignon, but there were no churrasco steaks. Not until the oil business took… More >>
On the Menu
Some of you may be wondering, "When is Easter?" And I bet those of you who gave something up for Lent know exactly when Easter is (you've been… More >>
On average, a bowl of ramen takes 27 minutes to eat.
When it comes to your table, you first must feel the bowl. Cup your hands around the patterned porcelain and… More >>
"Don't order anything with truffles," my friend said during a recent dinner at an upscale restaurant in town. "It's not truffle season anymore. It won't be worth it."
I had,… More >>
There's a divide as soon as you enter through the heavy glass doors and head toward the imposing limestone hostess stand. To the right, the dining area is filled with… More >>
The first culinary sign of spring in much of the U.S. and Europe is asparagus shooting up from the soil. Americans generally cut them off to eat when they… More >>
Only In Houston
Many moons ago, or one or two, anyway, our friends at L.A. Weekly's West Coast Sound decided to evaluate Southern California's two main universities, USC and UCLA, using… More >>