A recent conversation in a foodie discussion group bemoaned the lack of a good Southern California-style burrito in Houston. We have burritos, but they tend to be more of a Tex-Mex style, often with rice and/or refried beans among the ingredients; the …Continue Reading →
The scene: The waning days of Advent, Christmas coming up. I’m winding up the year for clients and getting ready for the holiday with family.
Out of the blue, a cryptic message from an Italian man that no one wants to cross. Tony Faour, the BBQ Godfather, master of smoked meats and sautéed mushrooms. Tony’s reputation is known all up and down I-45: If you have a craving for excellent BBQ, TonyContinue Reading →
Gino’s East, the renowned Chicago pizzeria, is in the process of opening it’s first location outside of Illinois. They ran into a big problem, and RC Gallegos, owner of RC’s NYC Pizza, an established pizzeria located near the new restaurant, stepped in…Continue Reading →
Update: As of Dec 16, 2014, guests are reporting a two-hour wait for tables during the week. Combine that with 45 minutes to cook a deep-dish pizza, and you’re not going to be eating in a hurry. Caveat diner.
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One of the culinary world’s et…Continue Reading →
Back when I lived in Austin, I dined frequently with my good friend Bruce, a talented amateur chef who was very knowledgable about the restaurant industry. He had one rule he always recommended when dining: Order what the restaurant is known for.
It…Continue Reading →
Out here in the Woodlands, we’re fortunate enough to have some very good BBQ. Pits like Corkscrew BBQ and BBQ Godfather serve up excellent renditions of their respective styles; Corkscrew having been named amongst the Best in Texas (and thus the world)…Continue Reading →
Today we have a review from a guest reviewer, Hirotoshi Mugen. Hiro is a BBQ enthusiast and member of Woodlands Area Foodies, and he recently took the plunge and tried the new, smaller beef ribs (and other meats) at Corkscrew BBQ. He also makes an inte…Continue Reading →
The Woodlands has a reputation for chain restaurants. And while that reputation isn’t totally deserved, it does have some merit. For every great independent out here, like Hubbell & Hudson Bistro, Republic Grill, Pallotta’s, or Fielding’s, there ar…Continue Reading →
A few days ago my phone rang. Caller unknown. I answered. “Lake Conroe. I know a guy out there. He makes great hero. Like in the old neighborhood” the caller said, in an unmistakable Brooklyn accent. Then he hung up. Could this lead be worth following up?
I’ve always been a fan of what I think of as Houston-style po boy sandwiches. A long, slightly crusty baguette filled with Italian meats,Continue Reading →
Out here in the Woodlands we’ve got more than our share of foodies. No matter where you go, you overhear people talking about food: What’s the new hot place, what’s about to open, where’s the best place for a steak. Some even take photos of their food….Continue Reading →
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