Pasaporte Mexico Comes to Central Market, April 20 – May 3

We love our Tex-Mex here in Houston! But many of us gringos have no concept of authentic Mexican cuisine, although we occupy land once part of Estados Unidos Mexicanos. While a certain orange-hued cartoon character drums up votes with his “Build a Wall” platform, the good folks at Central Market invite customers to embrace with taste during ‘Pasaporte Mexico,’ April 20 through May 3 throughout its stores across Texas. During the two-week event, visitors to […]

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Landry’s “Summer Chef Series” runs through August in Houston

Each Wednesday this Summer Houston area food and wine lovers can treat themselves to a distinctive dining experience as part of Landry’s “Summer Chef Series.” Dining rooms on tap this year include Landry’s Inc Signature Group restaurants; Vic & Anthony’s, Brenner’s Steakhouse, Brenner’s Steakhouse on the Bayou, Grotto, La Griglia, The Oceanaire, Morton’s The Steakhouse, McCormick & Schmick’s and Willie G’s Seafood and Steak House. All limited-seating dinners start at 7:00 p.m. Billed as “a private […]

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Ovation to feature The Art Of: Wine Country, tonight at 7:30 ET/4:30 PT

This Sunday, April 6, America’s only arts network, Ovation, presents the latest episode of “The Art Of:” Wine Country at 7:30 p.m. Eastern (4:30 p.m. Pacific) A weekly half-hour series, Ovation’s The Art of: profiles three artists whose boundary-pushing work in media is not part of the traditional definition of “art.” Focusing on the celebrated, as well as the undiscovered, this series explores the creative process behind each featured art form and uncovers how and why […]

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Houston’s TUTS to Host Vine and Dine Benefit Nov. 24

Houston’s Theater Under the Stars will host its annual Vine and Dine Benefit dinner at REEF on Sunday, November 24, 2013. Now in its third year, Vine and Dine pairs the culinary creations of Houston’s top chefs with local vintners and their Napa Valley wines. La Colombe D’Or hosted last year’s event and raised nearly $100,000. This year two-time James Beard Award Nominee and Reef Chef/Owner Bryan Caswell and his James Beard buddies promise to […]

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The Perfect Wine…

Would you drink the perfect wine if it meant you could never drink another wine afterwards? That was the questioned posed by one wine writer on twitter. Another writer asked, by whose definition? “It would be a wine all essentially accepted as perfect. Not a wine based in reality,” said the first writer, “but a hypothetical perfection.” I argued there is no such thing as a universally agreed upon ‘perfect’ wine, and that one could […]

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Wine Bloggers’ 5-Year Reunion: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Redux

Thoughts of attending a high school reunion lead to a barrage of emotional responses. From “I Can’t Wait!” to “Not just no; but Hell, No!” and plenty in-between, a reunion is different things to different people. For one whom high school was the pinnacle of his existence, it is a chance to relive the memories and for a brief time forget that he is no longer the star quarterback, the debate team ace or she […]

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