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MasterMind 2012 Awards Recognize Pilot Light Chefs Terrence Gallivan and Seth Siegel-Gardner

9 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
This time last year, our third annual MasterMind awards was recognizing the new Foodways Texas organization for its work in preserving Texan food history and traditions in the same way that Southern Foodways Alliance has done for a dozen years. It was the first time that a MasterMind award --...

Barbecue, Onions and Red Soda: Dispatches from the 2013 Foodways Texas Symposium

8 years ago by Katharine Shilcutt
When I first heard about the theme of the 2013 Foodways Texas symposium, I was wary: two-and-a-half days of barbecue panels, meals and talks. Two-and-a-half days? Not that there isn't fertile ground to plow for topics, but the sheer amount of time devoted to discussions of smoked meat seemed excessive...

Great Minds

Great Minds Nameless nuance: I'm thrilled for Nameless Sound to be recognized with a MasterMind Award ["2011 Masterminds," by Paul Knight, January 27]. Nameless Sound is an organization truly unique to Houston, and an organization whose development is directly connected to its city's culture. I'm very proud of the contributions...

MasterMinds 2011

10 years ago by Paul Knight
In the third year of its MasterMind Awards, the Houston Press had a lot more work to review. Nominations poured in from readers willing to help us determine who we should recognize for cutting-edge work in the local arts and creative scene. In addition, our review panel came up with...

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