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Posts from September 2016

  • Ryan Pera Credit: Julie Soefer
    September 29, 2016
    Photo Credit: Julie Soefer Three years ago, when chef Ryan Pera turned 41, he made a decision to get healthy. He lost 50 pounds and made going to the gym and exercising a part of his daily routine. Now Pera, who owns Revival Market , Coltivare and Eight Row Flint with Morgan Weber, is melding that passion for fitness with efforts to raise money for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry, a program dedicated to helping end childhood hunger. Pera and nine members of his team across the three
  • Westchase Farmers Market Credit: Westchase Farmers Market
    September 23, 2016
    Visiting farmers markets is one of the best ways to meet and talk to the people who grow and produce food locally, but there’s so much more to these markets. Whether they’re big or small, they provide a meeting place where you can shop, support local businesses, meet up with friends and have a little fun. Here we’ve gathered our favorite farmers markets in town. Pay them a visit; you may just discover something new. Urban Harvest Eastside Farmers Market Houston’s...
  • Pastry War Margarita Credit: Julie Soefer
    September 1, 2016
    The margarita is a Texas tradition and Houston has no shortage of restaurants and bars serving this simple but refreshing libation. Just last month Food & Wine named Hugo’s as one of America’s top margarita bars and earlier this year the Food Network named The Pastry War’s frozen margarita as one of the 50 Best Cocktails in America . Kehlen Selph, The Pastry War’s general manager, attributes the margarita’s popularity to its simplicity and balance....
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