I know I’m biased as I was born and raised in Houston, but I think everyone could be sweet on Houston if they just spent some time getting to know… [Continue Reading]
RA Sushi’s RA’ckin’ for Nicky Each year in the United States, almost 16,000 children between the ages of birth and 19 years are diagnosed with cancer. Nicholas Mailliard tragically died from… [Continue Reading]
Ever struggle between the honoring of the tradition and the melding of tradition with creative innovation? When it comes to Vietnamese food, I love both the traditional dishes and the… [Continue Reading]
I had a two hour lunch/brunch media tasting at State Fare and barely made a dent in their 65+ item menu! Their brunch will be available every Saturday and Sunday starting this weekend from 10 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.
I was scrolling through instagram and a friend in Houston posted a beautiful photo of the newly opened Honey Art Cafe. It was so pretty I made it my first priority when I came into Houston last weekend. I tried to beat the sunset as taking photos at night is so challenging with my camera.
I’m a big fan of light. Natural light, starlight, twinkle light. I want to go back to Liberty Kitchen at night to see their pretty ceiling lights with their star motif. The words on their ceiling say, “The stars at night, are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas.”