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Keep the spirit of Sochi alive with caviar and vodka experience

By Marene Gustin

Oh, weren’t the Olympics fun? No, not the events, I mean all the media coverage of Russian culture. Particularly the morning segments on the food and watching Hoda do vodka shots on the f ...


Houston's Best Restaurant Bites

Houston's Best Restaurant Bites: The newcomers, oldies and departing icons that wowed

By Marene Gustin

Despite a pretty impressive list of restaurant openings right before the holidays, 2013 wasn’t the most memorable of eating years in Houston — although there were some standout dishes. ...


Foodie News

Are you ready for Danish food? Popular chef shakes up the Houston scene with bold new restaurant

By Eric Sandler

Former Sorrel Urban Bistro chef Soren Pedersen will open a Danish-inspired restaurant in Montrose next year. Pedersen has teamed up with his wife Maria on the restaurant. "I don't have ...


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Who needs those high-priced shrimp? Lobster fever has Houston restaurants seeing green

By Marene Gustin

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been swimming in lobster lately. The king of crustaceans is turning up everywhere in Houston it seems. I can’t count the number of lobster r ...


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Hold the barbecue: Houston's best summer restaurant dish is a different phenomenon

By Marene Gustin

“Oh, what I wouldn't give for a plate of fried green tomatoes like we used to have at the cafe. Ooh!” — Ninny Threadgoode in 1991’s Fried Green Tomatoes. I’ve ...


Sorrel Urban Bistro Two-Year Anniversary Party

Sorrel Urban Bistro

To celebrate two years of hard work, Sorrel Urban Bistro invites friends and loyal patrons to enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres and specialty cocktails, which will include Ketel One Vodka, Hen


Big Name Chef Departs

A high-end Houston restaurant loses a major chef to TV

By Tyler Rudick

Houston restaurateur Ray Salti and chef Soren Pedersen are parting ways, ending a culinary relationship that helped to bolster the city's now thriving farm-to-table movement. After wor ...


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The most underrated steaks in Houston: Restaurants that do killer red meat at lunch

By Marene Gustin

I know all the controversy over eating red meat. There’s the health aspect on how fish and fowl is healthier and lower in bad stuff, how being vegetarian is the better lifestyle. I wa ...


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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 ...


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Houston restaurants fall in love with a special bird: The best places to try it before it's too late

By Marene Gustin

We’re in the midst of Texas quail season, which runs through Feb. 24. But you don’t have to shoot your own to enjoy this delicious bird. You can go quail hunting at area restaurants ...


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