Pull up a chair on the terrace at Harold’s – one of my favorites for a cool breeze and a hearty meal in The Heights! This casual neighborhood spot specializes in southern cuisine made from local Houston ingredients.
It’s about time, Houston! We recently linked up with the FIRST EVER Houston-area chef to win Chopped – Chef Shannen Tune! See more on his latest in-demand food truck, plus the recipe to his most popular menu item!
Some of the best BBQ in the state, an old power plant now a Texas grill and oodles of wine with a patio that feels more like a treehouse! Catch a new episode of Goodtaste with Tanji this weekend, June 25-26!
Keep things light, fresh and outdoor-friendly with Colombian Ceviche from Cooking Connection – an altogether different kind of ‘heat’ to hit South Texas this summer!
Even more pinots finds this summer! These bottles don’t break the bank! Remember, buy 6+ bottles from H-E-B, ANY 6, and receive an additional discount on your total purchase.
Food for the soul from The Cookhouse in San Antonio. Then, cowboy up in Bandera, TX at a place locals love – the 1856 Tavern. Plus, sushi from a chef who trained with the best at Sage 400. EPISODE 11 starts now!
Every last detail at Sage 400 is accounted for…and it shows! The owners are a brother/sister duo with infectious spirits and incredible work ethics. It’s truly a family affair at this stylish spot for Japanese…
Hope you brought an appetite! EPISODE 11 has New Orleans BBQ Shrimp with a Texas twist in SA, a Hill Country tavern where cowboys are still king and upscale Japanese with a sushi master in Uptown…
Last week, we kicked off our three-week tour de taste around Texas with the timeless charm of The Driskill. Our next historical stay takes us to The Landcaster Hotel, celebrating 90 years in downtown Houston!
Pinot Noir – one of my faves! A few extra dollars spent on this varietal can go a long way. Six or more bottles from H-E-B – mixed and matched – earns you a 10% discount on your total purchase…
Delicious food is only half the story at Manor House. For the first time in 30 years this historic Houston showpiece is open to the public! Heads of state, athletes, celebrities–they’ve all dined here. Now you can too!