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Recap: Final Episode of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
We enter the final chapter of this season of The Next Iron Chef, and I am torn. On one hand the finalists, Marco Canora and Marc Forgione, are the two that should be here. They have consistently been the best from start to finish and won a majority of the...
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Recap: Episode 5 of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
Last time out, Duskie Estes and Maneet Chauhan were both on the bottom, and that is a position that, as Chauhan said, "sucked big time." It sucked more for Estes, as she was booted from The Next Iron Chef. Forget about whom the Next Iron Chef will be -- I...
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Recap: Episode 7 of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
I gotta admit, I'm still stewing over the results of The Next Iron Chef. At the beginning of the episode, we were promised that two would be banished, but instead they just kicked off Bryan Caswell and then wimped out of picking another to boot. There are rules, people. In...
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Recap: Episode 6 of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
On the previous episode of The Next Iron Chef, Maneet Chauhan was finally put out of her misery. Nice lady, interesting choices, but just not consistent enough to get the job done. We also learned that in this episode that two of the final five would be getting the ax...
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Recap: Episode 4 of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
Welcome to another exciting episode of The Next Iron Chef, where the Houston food community gathers, hoping for a win for an Iron Chef who has a real passion for this sometimes underdog Texas city. And where Ming Tsai acts like a tool. By the way, did you hear when...
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Recap: Episode Three of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
On the last episode of The Next Iron Chef, Mario Pagan was booted and Ming Tsai declared he would never be in the bottom two of a challenge again. We'll see, Ming. We'll see. Challenge one for the night is based on the theme of resourcefulness, and the secret ingredient...
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Recap: Episode Two of The Next Iron Chef

11 years ago by Lennie Ambrose
Here's my chronological running diary of the random thoughts I had while watching episode two of The Next Iron Chef. We are reminded that in the first installment, Andrew Kirschner was sent packing. He has a soul patch. For the first challenge, the contestants are asked to put two breakfast...
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Houston Texans Posted In Vegas As Underdogs In All 17 Games In 2021

19 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
Hey, Houston Texans fans. Consider this post's first paragraph a warning label for the coverage of the upcoming season. With the first phase of the offseason activities now in the books — rookie minicamp came and went over this past weekend, yay! — the non-Watson coverage of the Texans will have...
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Openings and Closings: Four Seasons Gets a Pan-Latin Steak House, The Roastery Closes

5 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Toro Toro, 1300 Lamar, will open at the Four Seasons Hotel Houston in fall 2021. This will be the sixth location for the concept. The hotel has partnered with Richard Sandoval Hospitality to bring his award-winning global Pan-Latin Steakhouse to Houston. It will open in the hotel’s revamped third floor...
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Openings and Closings: The Lymbar by David Cordua, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Arrives

12 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
The Lymbar, 4201 Main, is coming to The Ion this fall. The craft cocktail bar and restaurant is bringing Latin and Mediterranean flavors from chef David Cordua, currently executive chef and owner of David + Michael Cordua Events. Cordua is also the former executive chef/owner of Americas and Churrascos. Cordua...

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