August 28, 2011
August 28, 2011
August 28, 2011

The Two Justins: A Vegetarian Feast

August 1, 2011

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This past Saturday I enjoyed a culinary treat thanks to Justin Yu and his beverage wizard Justin Vann, both of whom hail fromHouston, but whose experience runs farther afield. Yu (and fellow chef wife Karen,  now studying in NYC)  have done culinary time in Napa, Belgium, Copenhagan and Paris before coming home to roost for […]

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San San Tofu: restaurant review

July 26, 2011

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San San Tofu 6445 Wilcrest 281-988-5666 Open for breakfast and lunch until 4pm No alcohol This is a quiet, remote location not far from the bustle of Chinatown on Bellaire, but there is plenty of action inside the grocery/eaterie which is entirely vegetarian both in merchandise and food prepared there.  Freezer cases are full of […]

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Cool Foods Rule: Gazpacho

July 26, 2011

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It’s been a  long summer and we haven’t seen August yet.  The thought of turning on the oven is anathema.  Cold food rules:  Gazpacho. A few thoughts about Gazpacho:  it’s not a working stiff’s best weapon in that it’s best put it together the night before.  Ideally, that would be Sunday so you don’t have […]

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Veggie Chicken Nuggets

July 23, 2011

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Chicken nuggets: I’m not sure why these little items have made it to the meat analog list; I don’t remember having the same fondness for them that my children did when they were little.  It’s been a long time since I’ve eaten a real chicken nugget, but I remember their strength was in their crunchy […]

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