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Foodie Nightmare: Pumpkin Craze

Foodie nightmare: The pumpkin craze is completely out of control, but there still are some worthy dishes

By Marene Gustin

I blame Starbucks. Really, wasn't it the first to trot out the pumpkin spice latte as a seasonal drink? And now things have gotten out of hand. Today we have Pumpkin Spice Hershey&r ...


Pie & Cake Restaurant Fight

Pie and cake restaurant fight has Houston chefs and foodies choosing sides

By Marene Gustin

Pie, pie me oh my. Nothing tastes sweet, wet, salty and dry all at once, o’ well it's pie. Apple! Pumpkin! Minced an' wet bottom. Come to your place everyday if you've got em' ...


Food for Thought

Game on! Houston chefs recommend perfect food for football-watching

By Marene Gustin

I may actually watch a Texans game this year. There seems to be a lot of hoopla about them right now and I want to stay culturally relevant. I actually went to a preseason game when they f ...


Cool Treats

Houston's best ice cream, popsicles and more: 10 cool treats to help you love summer

By Ruthie Miller

You’ve probably noticed the heat index rising, but there’s no use complaining — it’s just our summer spectacular in Houston. So embrace the heat and try these cool sweet tre ...


Food for Thought

Chefs screaming, throwing knives and attacking food: How Houston's best stack up to TV stereotypes

By Marene Gustin

Did you see the Cheezburger humor site post with a shot of a chef opening a walk-in cooler that reads “Walk-in Cooler: Scream therapy for chefs for over 60 years.” Now that&rsq ...


Food for Thought

Texans Game Day is no time to eat healthy: Feasts range from Oysters Rockefeller to Tex-Mex treats

By Marene Gustin

So I get this e-mail from Whole Foods Market in my inbox: Healthy Cooking Bowl 2013 Whole Foods Market Houston and Sugar Land stores are celebrating health in 2013 with our second annual He ...


Food for Thought

Sole survivors: Houston's top chefs reveal their favorite footwear for racing around the kitchen

By Marene Gustin

You’re in a busy kitchen for 12 to 14 hours. You’re on your feet. Standing, hustling through cramped spaces with food and who knows what on the floor under your feet. You are tired, you ...


Food for Thought

Houston's worst kitchen disasters: From the Apple store beam that crashed into Sprinkles to more

By Marene Gustin

Sometimes whatever can go wrong in the kitchen does go wrong. And that goes for the kitchens of professional chefs as well as home cooks. In Don’t Try This at Home: Culinary Catastrop ...


Food for Thought

Killing it in the kitchen: The first restaurant jobs of some of Houston's most famous foodies

By Marene Gustin

How do you get to be a chef or restaurateur? Some folks are born to it, like Aisha Waliany. “I think my first job was filing at the family office,” she says. “Then when I ...


Food for Thought

Houston's top chefs reveal their secret ingredients

By Marene Gustin

Every home cook has that one special ingredient that they’re never without. The one thing they add into everything from soups to nuts. For a long time mine was truffle oil. I know, I ...


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