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Taste: The Joy of French Cooking

Brasseries and bistros bring French-inspired dishes to TexasBy Lori Moffatt I’m fascinated by how dining trends have shaped what I…

Recipe: French Onion Soup

This onion soup recipe, which serves four generously, is adapted from Julia Child’s recipe in her behemoth The Way to…

Vegan in Cowtown?

Vegan/vegetarian spots prove you can get your fill going meatless By Jane WuI am not a vegan, though I’m not…

TH Taste: Where the Chefs Eat

Who’s thrilling the great chefs of Houston? By Lori Moffatt Ever since I discovered the culinary adventures to be found…

TH Taste: Wolfgang Puck's Five Sixty in Dallas

By Steven LindsayThe magnificent Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, at the top of Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas, has been…

Taste: Triple Delight of Tres Leches

By Lois M. RodriguezGrowing up, I watched the women in my family labor over homemade tortillas every morning, and during…

Meat Mecca: Joe Cotten's Barbecue

Joe Cotten's Barbecue in Robstown reaminas a landmark cafeBy Helen BryantAt 3 p.m. on a Wednesday, I find the parking…

Taste: Wine + Chocolate + Barbecue

The three food groups uniteFrom April 23-25, dozens of winemakers and chefs come together at the Perini Ranch in Buffalo…

Taste: Dallas Delights

Eat in. Take out. Before Dallas’ North Central Expressway bisected the city in 1950, Greenville Avenue—now flanked with homes and…

TH Taste: Youngblood's Stockyard Cafe

At first glance, Youngblood’s Stockyard Café in Amarillo appears to be your everyday rural coffee shop. If you spend a…

Taste: The World of Dorothy Huang

Learn to cook Chinese from a globe-trotting expertBy Jane Wu“If you blink, you’ll miss it,” chides Dorothy Huang as she…

Taste: Uncovering Houston's Chinatown

If the essence of a culture can be discovered through its food, no ethnic cuisine fits this notion better than…
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