This Week In Food Blogs: Thanksgiving Breakfast Muffins and Elevated Burgers

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.

Patty & David Said: It seems a new burger joint opens in Houston every week. Patty and David take on the latest, Denver import Elevation Burger, where the burgers come wrapped...in lettuce?

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.

H-Town Chow Down: Using pizza favorite Crust as an example, Albert Nurick writes about the pleasures of allowing a trusted restaurateur to talk you into trying something new and unusual.

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.

Follow Eating Our Words on Facebook and on Twitter @EatingOurWords

We use cookies to collect and analyze information on site performance and usage, and to enhance and customize content and advertisements. By clicking 'X' or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. To find out more, visit our cookies policy and our privacy policy.


Join the Press community and help support independent local journalism in Houston.


Join the Press community and help support independent local journalism in Houston.