Boring breakfasts be gone! It’s Tycer time! Chef Scott Tycer is one of the most acclaimed chefs in the Houston area and his restaurant Textile was just named by Travel & Leisure magazine as one of the ‘Best 50 New U.S. Restaurants.’
For a while, when it came to the food scene in Houston, we felt like Rodney Dangerfield — “No respect, no respect at all!” But now, thanks to four restaurants, the accolades are pouring in from publications and restaurant critics nationwide.
Source: Chef Ellen Schwartz
As Passover weekend approaches, Chef Ellen Schwartz shows Houston restaurant journalist Cleverley Stone how to make Matzoh Ball Soup with Charosis, a traditional Jewish dish.
The recipe requires a two-day process; on the first day, the chicken soup is made while on the second day, the … >> read more & watch video
Source: Chef Edel Goncalves from Hubbell & Hudson Market & Bistro
If you are not familiar with Hubbell & Hudson Market & Bistro in The Woodlands, you are really missing out. The facility also offers catering services. Chef Edel Goncalves shows anchor Sibila Vargas how to prepare Colorado Leg of … >> read more & watch video
Consumers are expected to spend 14 percent less on Easter in 2009, but candy and Easter Brunch are still on the menu for many Houston-area families.
Easter is the second-most candy consumption day of the year in the U.S., with Halloween as the top day.
Source: Executive Chef Aaron Neeley of Monarch Restaurant at Hotel ZaZa
Chef Aaron Neely of Monarch Restaurant at Hotel ZaZa shows FOX 26 Morning News anchor Pattie Shieh how to make one of the signature.
- 6 ounces Asian salad mix
- 1 1/2 ounces pea shoots
- 1/2 cup toasted cashews