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Gustavo Arellano: Has the Tide Turned Against Tex-Mex Food?

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Large image and definitely shines in the largest size. Trying out the camera at night. Have no idea what settings to use, but this is first of several of this restaurant in Phoenix. It’s across the boulevard from where the first Arizona flickr meetup will be on June 30.

Gustavo Arellano: Has the Tide Turned Against Tex-Mex Food?
Arellano, also the editor at OC Weekly (one of our sister papers) is headed to Houston on November 15 to discuss this very topic at the University of Houston. The free talk — which launches this year's Food for Thought Lecture Series at the university …
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Cove, one of Houston's newest spots for oyster lovers [-EHTX-]
1101CoveLarge02.jpg Cove, one of Houston's newest spots for oyster lovers [-EHTX-]. Texas is one of the few places in the world that still has public oyster reefs, which makes oyster season, which began November 1, something to be treasured. Whether …
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Justin Yu on Oxheart, Houston, and Distilling Influences
Most recently, it was named one of the country's ten best new restaurants by Bon Appétit. In the following interview, the 28-year-old Yu talks about his idea for the restaurant, his enthusiasm for Houston's dining scene, and how he can take his …
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When Terrence Gallivan and Seth Siegel-Gardner met while working at Gordon Ramsay’s Maze, they discovered they had something in common. Years later, after stints in major cities including New York, Chicago and London, the chefs have settled in Houston to offer a twist on food that’s uniquely their own. In this CultureMap video, go behind the scenes with the chefs as they talk about their history, friendship and concept of their dual-concept restaurant, The Pass and Provisions.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Juan Mon's

Houston food blogger Maya Fasthoff checks out Juan Mon’s International Sandwiches in Montrose, which will soon be featured on The Travel Channel. Shot, edited and produced by Geoff Roth of RothCo Productions.
Video Rating: 3 / 5

Noe Restaurant & Bar

Noe Restaurant & Bar Reviews

Houston
Four Riverway
Average Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (13 Reviews)

Review by Scott E.
This place is horrible. I travel a lot and staying at the omni. The only good thing was the wine. I had the scallops 24 bucks and you get 3 medium sized…
Rating: 1

Review by Eddie S.
Ate here a few months ago and was pretty pleased at the presentation of some of the food here. You do not get a lot but the eye candy so to speak reminds…
Rating: 3

Review by Anh D.
Best foie gras! The chef awakened our palates with a savory amuse bouche. Followed by the foie gras served 3 ways, seabass, and dessert. The service was…
Rating: 5

The Capital Grille

The Capital Grille Reviews

Houston
5365 Westheimer Rd
Average Rating: 4 out of 5 (107 Reviews)

Review by Ana C.
I ALWAYS go here for Vday and Bday! Haha… 🙂
Rating: 5

Review by W P.
I expected more after spending 0 on a dinner for two. I made a reservation for 2 for 8:15pm. When we got there, the hostess said there were some people…
Rating: 2

Review by Linda V.
My friends and I came here for a bday for a party of 14. I was here early with another friend, and we were promptly seated, love the fact that we don’t have…
Rating: 5

Mai vs Food

Mai vs Food

Houston food blogger Mai Pham takes the Zellagabetsky sandwich challenge at Kenny & Ziggy’s Deli in Houston. Shot, edited, and produced by Geoff Roth of RothCo Productions.
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Houston restaurants do not have to do health screening when hiring a new employee. The Department of Health has no law requiring this as many other states do. Why not? With the influx of illegal aliens now working in our restaurants and food preparation businesses does it not make sense? With the latest outbreaks of diseases aren’t your worried? I am. Where are you eating tonight? Contact the Governor at (512) 463-2000. Ask him to push a law through to require health cards in the food industry. We need it badly.

Kitchens Of India Ready To Eat Dal Bukhara, Black Gram Lentil Curry, 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

Kitchens Of India Ready To Eat Dal Bukhara, Black Gram Lentil Curry, 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

  • Culinary treat of whole black lentils simmered with tomato, ginger, garlic and skilfully balanced spices
  • Vegetarian, All Natural, No Preservatives, Kosher Certified
  • Available in 10-ounce boxes (Pack of 6)
  • Authentic recipe from India, created by the Master Chefs of the ITC Legacy Restaurants
  • Ready to Eat, heat in a microwave or stove top and enjoy

Kitchens of India Ready to Eat Dal Bukhara, Black Gram Lentil Curry, Just heat & eat. They are Vegetarian, 100% natural, no preservatives. It is an authentic Indian cuisine. Dal Bukhara is a signature dish created by the master chefs of ITC Hotels, following the ancient Bukhara art of open air cooking. Whole black gram lentils are simmered in thick tomato gravy for hours, bringing out the robust flavors of authentic Indian cuisine. This gourmet delight is now available in ready-to-eat packs. HAC

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Brad Meyer, Houston Community Newspaper restaurant reviewer, and local humorist Mark Hayter discuss their meal at Culver’s, the newest fast food joint in Conroe. Read a new restaurant review every Friday in The Courier.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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17 Reviews

Houston
Alden Hotel
Average Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (48 Reviews)

Review by Lea H.
I went to lunch at *17 with my friend for Houston Restaurant Weeks. Although the menu was good, it was not their regular menu. Even still, it was a great…
Rating: 4

Review by Joel D.
We were invited back for a do-over by a friendly manager who was sad we had a bad experience. Turns out they were working out kinks in their brunch service…
Rating: 3

Review by Tracey L.
The BF and I stopped in here Sunday for Brunch. There was only 1 other table in the restaurant the entire time that we were there. I know why.

For .00…
Rating: 2

David Houston’s Lamborghini Countach & 427 Corvette

David Houston, executive producer of The Car Show and owner of the Barney’s Beanery restaurants comes by with his 1967 Corvette 427 and 1988 Lamborghini Countach. www.acecarcast.com

BUNN NHBW Velocity Brew 10-Cup Home Coffee Brewer, White

BUNN NHBW Velocity Brew 10-Cup Home Coffee Brewer, White

BUNN NHBW Velocity Brew 10-Cup Home Coffee Brewer, White

  • Brews 4 to 10 cups (20 to 50 oz) in about 3 minutes
  • Glass carafe and porcelain-coated warming plate with lighted on/off switch
  • Unique sprayhead ensures even, complete coffee flavor extraction
  • Stainless steel internal hot water tank keeps water heated to optimal brewing temperature of 200 degrees F
  • 3-year limited warranty

With Velocity Brew – our traditional quick brewing brewers – water is kept at the optimal brewing temperature in an internal hot water tank. This means it’s ready to brew when you are and deliver delicious, hot coffee in about 3 minutes.

List Price: $ 129.95

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Photography Poster – Restaurant in a restored church building in Houston Texas 24 X 19

Photography Poster - Restaurant in a restored church building in Houston Texas 24 X 19

  • Measures 24 inches x 19 inches
  • Printed on high quality semi-gloss paper with a satin finish.
  • Includes a 0.5 inch (1.3cm) white border on all sides to allow for matting and framing.
  • All images have been professionally restored to replicate the authenticity of the original image.
  • All our posters are reproductions. We do not sell originals.
  • Source: Library of Congress
  • Prints & Photographs Division
  • photograph by Carol M. Highsmith

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•Houston was founded on August 30, 1836 by brothers Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen on land near the banks of Buffalo Bayou. •Houston is the fourth most populous city in the nation (trailing only New York, Los Angeles and Chicago), and is the largest in the southern US and Texas. •The Houston-Galveston-Brazoria Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area (Houston CMSA) consists of eight counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery and Waller •The Houston CMSA covers 8778 square miles, an area slightly smaller than Massachusetts but larger than New Jersey. •Founded in 1836, the City of Houston has a 2010 population of 2.1 million, according to the US Census Bureau — www.census.gov. Houston’s population in 1850 was listed as 2396. •The metro area’s population of 5.95 million in 2010 is 6th largest among US metropolitan statistical areas, according to www.census.gov, and a 26% increase since 2000. •Harris County’s population is 4092459. 2010 Census Cities Population New York Los Angeles Chicago Houston Philadelphia 8175133 3792621 2695598 2099451 1526006 •If Houston were an independent nation, it would rank as the world’s 30th largest economy •The Third Quarter 2010 ACCRA Cost of Living Index shows that Houston’s overall after-taxes living costs are 9% below the nationwide average, largely due to housing costs that are 21% below the average. •Houstonians eat out more than residents of any other city. While here you can choose to
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Hello ladies and germs! Welcome to our second vlog! Sorry for not having one earlier as some of you read on our FB page, Nelson was sick and couldn’t record and upload! But here it is! Watch, laugh, enjoy and share! Watch as Jeni talks about restaurant etiquette! Learn what and what not to do while you’re out at restaurants! IMPORTANT LINKS! Buy Our Shirts! seriouslywhat.spreadshirt.com LIKE Our FB Page! www.facebook.com Nelson’s Twitter: twitter.com Jeni’s Twitter: twitter.com Nelson’s FB: www.facebook.com Jeni’s FB: www.facebook.com Kris’ FB: www.facebook.com Music By: www.youtube.com
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Houston Restaurants-Chef Randy Evans, Haven-Appetizers

Date: 12/15/2009. Location: Haven restaurant, 2502 Algerian Way, Houston, Texas. Chef/partner Randy Evans talks about appetizers on his menu.

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Swiss Army Brands 40093 Cleaver Restaurant, 7-Inch Reviews

Swiss Army Brands 40093 Cleaver Restaurant, 7-Inch

Swiss Army Brands 40093 Cleaver Restaurant, 7-Inch

  • For hacking and separating meat from the bone
  • For crushing herbs and spices
  • Comfortable shape
  • Durable addition to any set
  • Ergonomically designed handle

40093 Household Cleaver. 7-inch high carbon stainless steel. Rosewood riveted handle. 7-inch by 3 1/2-inch straight, thin blade.

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NAPW Chicago Local Chapter Heard Tips on Starting and Growing a Business from a Panel of Experts and Learned the Importance of Personal Branding at May and June Meeting


Garden City, NY (PRWEB) September 25, 2012

The NAPW Chicago, IL Local Chapter held professional networking events during the months of May and June. During each meeting, members and guests had the opportunity to attend two informative and relevant workshops: Starting and Growing a Business 101 in May and Creating Your Unique Personal Brand in June. Mays workshop was presented by a panel of successful women entrepreneurs, many of whom are NAPW Chicago, IL Local Chapter members and in June, member Toby Nathan presented her tips on personal branding.

On May 16th, nearly 30 members and guests gathered at Union Park Lounge in Chicago for an exhilarating and engaging networking event. Chapter President Megan Wessels kicked off the meeting by welcoming the panelists, moderator, and keynote speaker.

Each panelist had something unique to offer and share with the group. Together they covered many important aspects of being a successful business owner, said Megan. The room was filled with energy and enthusiasm.

Panelist speakers included: Barbara Sharpiro, Owner and Personal Trainer/Martial Arts Instructor at BeFit Personal; Toby Nathan, Principal at RecruitaStar; Lise Marinelli, President at Windy City Publishers and Second City Books; Lisa Henson, President at Henson Healthcare Placement Inc.; Toby Nathan, Principal and Co-Founder at RecruitaStar; Jamie Pritscher, Chief Brand Officer at NuphorIQ and Co-founder and CEO at Thats Caring; Erin Walter, Chief Executive Officer at NuphorIQ; and Dr. Michele Kehrer; Owner and Chief Physical Therapist at LifeStyle Physical Therapy & Balance.

The session was moderated by Jennifer E. Lacroix who challenged and engaged the panelists to explain and offer advice on many key topics including best practices in starting up a new business, creating a brand, and hiring the right talent.

Dr. Terri Friel offered insightful closing statements and touched upon some of the important key points of building a successful business. Her topic was Planning for Growth in the Early Years;

How to Build Foundations for Success.

Megan gave a special thanks to all of the volunteer panelists and speakers for sharing their knowledge and providing inspiration to all who attended the networking meeting. Members, guests, and panelists had this to say about the workshop:

The panelists did a great job providing inspiration and advice for future women entrepreneurs. Both the moderator, Jennifer Lacroix and Chapter President, Megan Wessels had prepared questions for them in advance that kept the audience engaged and interested in learning from these awesome women, said Robin Schaltz, Director of Creative Services True Value Company and NAPW Chicago, IL Chapter VP Marketing and PR. You could feel the energy, passion, and empowerment for building a successful business throughout the entire room!

It was fun to be part of the panel last night. Thank you for bringing a wonderful group of women together, said Barbara Sharpiro, Owner and Personal Trainer/Martial Arts Instructor at BeFit Personal. I made new acquaintances, learned information to further my business, and was re-energized through the positive energy of the evening. I look forward to future events.

It was a great program with awesome speakers that provided so much practical/useful information, said Toby Nathan, Principal, RecruitaStar, LLC. It was a winner and you were able to create the right energy and team of panelists! Congratulations. The group really complimented each other and thank you for allowing me to be an integral part of the program. I look forward to the June 1st branding program!

Toby is scheduled to be the guest speaker at the Chapters June event and will present a workshop titled Creating Your Unique Personal Brand. Branding isnt just for products or companies. Personal branding can help professionals, entrepreneurs, job seekers, and more stand out from the crowd. Branding (how you package yourself internally and externally) should be the first step in developing your personal and professional career presence. Learn how to develop a strategy to build your brand with easy, practical ideas from Toby. napw.com/profile/10759882/Toby-Nathan/; toby(at)recruitastar(dot)com

The Chapter also organized a White Sox Game for Saturday, June 9th at 3:10pm. The event was open to inviting additional guests, up to two per person. Tickets were $ 18 per person.

The following 21 members and eight guests were present at the May networking event: Alexis Fincher, Pamela Wilson, Annice Roberson, Creighton Hartanov, Elaine Roberts, Gretchen Weiler, Jamie Pritscher (panelist), Jennifer Lacroix (moderator), Kathryn Kemp, Kim Walberg, Linda Johnston, Lisa Henson (panelist), Lise Marinelli (panelist), Luna Nino, Martha Tierney, Nell Shuttleworth, Petrina, Mccurine, Radomma, PJ Lewis, Robin Schaltz, Sarah Neukom, Toby Nathan (panelist), Terri Friel (closing remarks), Michele Kehrer (panelist), Barbara Shapiro (panelist), Omm Walker, Sherada Washington, Erin Walter (panelist), and Megan Wessels.

Panelists bios:

Lise Marinelli-NAPW Chicago, IL Chapter Member: napw.com/profile/10855202/Lise-Marinelli/; President at Windy City Publishers and Second City Books; windycitypublishers.com/contact.html; secondcitybooks.com/about-us/. Lise founded Windy City Publishers in January 2009 after realizing the publishing industry was changing dramatically and the old way of doing business was not meeting the needs of new writers. Lise honed her business management and client-service skills as Owner of a number of successful business ventures. Her experience as an Author keeps her connected to the creative side of the publishing business and her mission for Windy City Publishers is simple – continue to serve the literary community with integrity and honesty, and to give writers and authors their best chance for success.

Lisa Henson-NAPW Chicago, IL Chapter Member: napw.com/profile/10947196/Lisa-Henson; President at Henson Healthcare Placement Inc.; hensonhcp.com/about-us. Lisa has enjoyed an exciting and diverse career for the past two decades. In the 1990s, Lisa started off as a lab tech then went on to work for various pharmaceutical and chemical companies in the areas of research and development and quality control. In the 2000s, Lisa traded in her test tubes and beakers for a career in sales. Working for Fortune 1000 companies such as Xerox, Canon, and New York Life, she understands the importance of building solid business relationships with her global clients to address their business needs. As she entered into a new decade, Lisa launched Henson Healthcare Placement Inc., which specializes in healthcare recruiting.

Toby Nathan-NAPW Chicago, IL Chapter Member: napw.com/profile/10759882/Toby-Nathan; Principal and Co-Founder at RecruitaStar; recruitastar.com/our-team.html. Toby is a Principal and Co-Founder at RecruitaStar, LLC, a recruitment service provider in Chicago that helps growing companies by delivering the skills of a traditional search firm in a nonconventional package. An early pioneer in online recruiting, Toby has spent the last 15+ years helping employers ranging from startups to global organizations build talent communities and hire the best talent for their open positions. In her off hours, Tobys passion for helping employers and job seekers connect effectively extends to her volunteer work with the University of Illinois Chicago as an Alumni Career Center Advisory Committee member.

Barbara Shapiro-NAPW Chicago Chapter Member: napw.com/profile/10823625/Barbara-Shapiro; Owner and Personal Trainer/Martial Arts Instructor at BeFit Personal; Training Studio befit4u2.com/about/default.html. Barbara’s focus is helping clients achieve better health, improved posture, body awareness, and confidence through core training. Through the use of unstable surfaces and other functional pieces of equipment she emph

Best Enchiladas in Houston? .mov

Best Enchiladas in Houston? .mov

goodtaste.tv Viewers sent our cameras to Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen…wow, what a find. This Houston gem serves 18 different kinds of enchiladas. I tried 8 of the 18 and loved them all! I can’t wait to go back to try the remaining 10–yikes! For more great restaurant finds, head to http
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Restaurant review of Luca & Leonardo Ristorante in The Woodlands

Brad Meyer, restaurant critic for Houston Community Newspapers, and humorist Mark Hayter chat about their recent visit to Luca & Leonardo Ristorante, an upscale Italian restaurant in The Woodlands. The boys found the place to be slightly pretentious, a bit pricey, but overall a very nice restaurant — especially if someone else is picking up the tab. Vist The Conroe Courier to see Brad’s print reviews of this and most of the other restaurants in Montgomery County Texas
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A popular American-style family restaurant that specialises in Mexican dishes, but also does steaks, burgers and a great salad bar. Come and review it on: amman.jeeran.com مطعم أميركي مشهور يتخصص في الأطباق المكسيكية، ويقدم أيضاً شرائح اللحم والبرغر والسلطات. أدخل وشاركنا رأيك على: amman.jeeran.com
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Williams-Meridian Companies Makes a Strategic Investment in the Eagle Ford Shale


Carrizo Springs, TX (PRWEB) September 25, 2012

Williams-Meridian Companies has made yet another direct real estate investment in South Texas as a part of the Company’s recent strategic realignment. Over the past few years, the Firm has changed its business objectives to largely focus on real estate investments and developments throughout the Eagle Ford shale. This is primarily due to the overwhelming demand for housing and commercial real estate that is being generated by the oil and gas shale boom occurring in the area, according to the Company.

CS1 Development recently started constructing housing units on a prime 32 acre tract of land in Carrizo Springs, Texas. The project is initially geared towards better workforce accommodations, and is later expected to be combined with more housing and commercial development. The new development project broke ground in early July 2012 and has been proceeding at a rapid pace from the beginning. This real estate project by Williams-Meridian through CS1 Development is strategically located in the heart of the Eagle Ford shale, within miles of where the largest amount of oil drilling and economic activity is now occurring.

CS1’s development project is slated to be one of the only master-planned communities in the Eagle Ford shale. With recreational vehicle spaces, creek-side cabins, potential restaurant pad sites, two motels, an apartment complex, and an additional workforce housing component being planned, this notable project by CS1 Development should be groundbreaking in and of itself. Now with the backing of Williams-Meridian Companies, the target date for this project to open doors is set for late October 2012.

A Company spokesperson was not available at the time of this interview, but for more information on Williams-Meridian Companies and CS1 Development, please visit:

http://www.williams-meridian.com







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Tablecraft Table Cards, 4-Inch

Tablecraft Table Cards, 4-Inch

Tablecraft Table Cards, 4-Inch

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Table cards 4″, numbers printed on both sides for easy identification from anywhere in your dining establishment

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