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This Energy Corridor Lebanese spot wows with bang for your buck.

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On Wednesday, September 27, everything you eat will go to the Houston Food Bank.

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Spirits director Westin Galleymore brings life to the Montrose standard’s bar.

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Dine with Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy.

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Whether your dirndl is ironed or not, the celebration of bier is coming.

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Forbidden Black Rice and Mushrooms

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Harvey’s gone and I’m ready to cook again.

We survived the black clouds and rainy days of Harvey and I have to say I wasn’t cooking much during those five days either. Lookin but not cookin.

The stores were crazy for days and have calmed down now and back to normal. Even during the busiest days of trying to grab a gallon of milk or bread or chips, I got in and out of the store in record time; sometimes settling for Half & Half instead of milk and taking the only lone loaf of bread on the shelves […]

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A Taste of Things to Come dinner kicks off the series tonight.

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Mai’s Restaurant goes mobile serving ‘Vietnamese eats in the streets.’

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You can get kebabs anywhere, but this Lebanese restaurant has other rewards.

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Stock up on family-sized prepared meals from these five Houston-area businesses.

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