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Family affair: Valley Lodge Trail riders continue rodeo tradition with Molina brothers

By Marcy de Luna

Cowboys and cowgirls were everywhere as horses and wagons lined the streets near Barker-Cypress Road on Thursday as the Valley Lodge Trail Riders took a break from their nearly 75-mile trek to ...


Culinary throwdown

A foodie Rodeo: Restaurants kick it up a notch to prove who's the best

By Whitney Radley

Forget the World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest (at least until this weekend). The Rodeo Uncorked! Roundup and Best Bites Competition, held at Reliant Center on Sunday, served as the cul ...


Foodie News

A Houston restaurant institution spills its Tex-Mex secrets on network TV

By Sarah Rufca

It's been two months since Evette Rios from ABC's The Chew brought a camera crew to Molina's, and now we can see what she found. Rios spoke to third-generation owner Ricardo Molinas ...


Foodie News

Tex-Mex tempt: Molina's turns 70 and kicks off a month-long party, 1941 prices included

By Sarah Rufca

Ninfa's on Navigation is justifiably celebrated for the invention of the fajita. But if you're looking for the oldest family owned and operated Tex-Mex restaurants in Houston, you have to c ...


Foodie News

Molina's is heading back to West U (well, almost)

By Sarah Rufca

After almost a three-year hiatus, one of Houston's original Tex-Mex families is heading back to the West University area. Molina's Cantina has announced plans to open a new restaurant i ...


Don't settle for wings & a chair

Football a foodie could love: Houston spots with grub worthy of the big game

By Sarah Rufca

It's a true irony that the hungry masses ready and willing to spend three hours watching a football game are hard-pressed to find some place showing it that serves food beyond wings. Football s ...


Food for Thought

Escaping old dad to get sushi and sips for summer — plus a cocktail fit for Flag Day

By Marene Gustin

My 80-year-old dad was back in town again. He allegedly came to look at some senior apartments near where I live, he’s thinking of moving here from Florida. But really, I think he ca ...


Food for Thought

The Texan expats' food tour: No, you can't get that in Carolina or Pakistan

By Marene Gustin

I love taking visitors to Houston restaurants, showing off with a feast at Feast, dazzling guests at RDG + Bar Annie, sipping Evan Turner’s cocktails with some duck fat popcorn at Branch Wate ...


Food for Thought

Guy food: What to eat while watching the Super Bowl

By Marene Gustin

So the Man has invited some guys over to watch Super Bowl XLIV on the giant flat screen. Plenty of beer? Check. Saints and Colts team jerseys? Check. Chips and dips? Check and check. But ...


Food for Thought

Thanks, Houston, for a decade of memorable meals

By Marene Gustin

How on earth have 10 years of eating gone by so quickly? Sadly, I can’t remember a single meal from 2000. I was just so glad my computer was still working and Y2K had turned out to be a ...


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