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WARNING EXPLICIT CONTENT: BBQ porn from yesterday's Houston BBQ Festival

Yesterday I managed to snag a press pass and sneak into the Third Annual Houston Barbecue Festival. The event was co-founded by Houston Chronicle… 532 more words

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Fantastic seafood at De Mar a Mar in Mexico City

When I reached out to our friend Houston-based travel and food writer for Forbes Mai Pham for her recommendations for Mexico City, she got me on the line with Eduardo García, affectionately known locally as Lalo, one of the country’s rising celebrity chefs and owner of… 289 more words

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A new and brave culinary language at Oxheart in Houston

Above: “roasted and charred sunchokes with salted cream, jasmine tea, honey, and Meyer lemon.”

Last night, I finally made it to Oxheart in Houston, one of the most talked about and lauded restaurants in the city. 496 more words

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Modern vs. traditional pecorino: a cheese shop grows in Brooklyn at Pair

One of the more interesting conversations I had while in New York last week was with veteran cheese monger, Chung Park (above), who recently opened a new cheese bar on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn called Pair (no site but you can find details on… 312 more words

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Food, memory, and magic: calf's tongue with Marsala and porcini jus

It’s been more than three years now that I’ve worked with Houston restaurateur Tony Vallone (I’m the media director for his restaurant group).

Tony is one of the most extraordinary and intriguing culinary figures that I’ve ever known and I cherish our friendship immensely. 290 more words

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A very special guest for Thanksgiving 2014 (and possibly the best pairing ever)

It was a very special Thanksgiving for the Parzen family this year.

We celebrated the holiday in Tracie P’s hometown, Orange, Texas, on the Louisiana border, with all the traditional fixings. 537 more words

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Produttori del Barbaresco 2005 Asili & Tracie P's ragù for brother Tad

It’s not every day that we get to visit with my older brother Tad, who still lives in the same neighborhood in La Jolla, CA where we grew up. 236 more words

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