Just look at this spread! There’s one place, and one place only, where every bit of beef served is 100% HeartBrand Akaushi all the time: 60 Degrees Mastercrafted from Master Chef Fritz Gitschner in Upper Kirby. Everything on the ranch to table menu is sourced locally…and you can taste the difference.
If you’re staying at home for Labor Day, I’ve got a couple of fun food ideas for you. Since we’re not hitting 100 degrees every single day, grilling might be on your mind. So, I wanted to remind you about a few key recipes I have on my site…recipes you’ll want to pull for this weekend!
Stick a fork in them – they’re ready! Dynamite ideas for gourmet burgers, and other edible options for your patriotic party including generously-topped sirloins, as well as which ice-cold beer you’re going to want to wash it down with.
No reservations needed for a fancy restaurant…instead spend the day being ‘king of the charcoal pit’. So, I’ve got some great ideas to help fulfill the grill master in you to get inspired and fired up come meal time!
You gotta love living in Texas! There is a rodeo almost every single weekend at Tejas Steakhouse & Saloon, just north of 1604, not to mention the best steak in all of Texas! That’s according to Texas Monthly and thanks in large part to the brand — HeartBrand Akaushi.
The beautiful Quattro Restaurant in downtown Houston is a fabulous place to dine. Chef Maurizio Ferrarese tells me that every dish on his Italian menu has a story, including his homemade recipe for Texas Akaushi Beef Lasagna, which immediately caught my attention!
I hear a number of non-native Houston chefs are bitten by our infectious rodeo bug. Perhaps the most severe case of cowboy fever can be found over at Quattro, the wonderful restaurant at The Four Seasons Hotel downtown.
Super Bowl XLVII is shaping up to be a historic matchup, both on the field and off! Get your game face on to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens with these awesome appetizers that are all too appropriate for the occasion…
Eclectic fare on the move! The mobile food market has blown wide open in recent years, but no one is doing it quite like Say She Ate. Named ‘Best Food Truck’ in San Antonio, owner Brandon McKelvey and his team of four have gotten it right from the get-go with their Akaushi sliders!
What a start to the new year! Actually, in moderation, these ‘luxuries’ can be good for you. Let’s start with red meat—a particular kind of red meat. Next, chocolate – dark chocolate. Dark chocolate is loaded with antioxidant properties. Last but not least – red wine.