Robb Walsh: "Gustavo Arellano's oft-stated opinion that 'Tex-Mex is dying,' has been forwarded to me repeatedly by Tex-Mex enthusiasts," writes former Houston Press food critic Robb Walsh. "They think I should challenge him to a debate - or a duel. Few people seem to realize that Gustavo and I are friends and allies." Arellano is scheduled to speak on this very subject at the University of Houston tomorrow at 5 p.m.
29-95: Alison Cook treks down Highway 6 out to Sugar Land to find one of Houston's few Gujarati restaurants. Vishala is tucked into a grocery store and features dishes like the khasta kachori, which looks like dahi puri on steroids.
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CultureMap: It's about time we had a breakfast-only food truck. Sarah Rufca agrees, saying that she enjoyed Breakfast Burritos Anonymous's "duo of breakfast tacos stuffed with sausage, eggs and a tomatillo-based "volcano" sauce."
Hungry in Houston: Finally, I love this recipe from Hungry in Houston for a fast Thanksgiving breakfast that will serve as a cute prelude to dinner later that day. It involves muffin tins and sausage, two of my favorite things.