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The Del with Houston Food Bloggers Collective

I jumped at the chance to be on the Houston Food Bloggers' Advisory Committee primarily because I wanted a say in where we would be eating, ha! I always like to be in the forefront of any food decisions. Our first meeting was at Houston's new restaurant The Del. It was a great meeting and turns out we have more things to discuss than just where to eat next.  We expected to sample a few light appetizers during the meeting, but the Del's chef was more than gracious and brought several of their menu options out for us to try.  In short, [...]

By |November 1st, 2015|Categories: Houston Eats|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on The Del with Houston Food Bloggers Collective

Del Frisco’s Goodbye Dinner

It's Thursday so I might as well post a fuzzy throwback of Morgan and I! Back when I had braids and pretended to be natural at a natural hair event with this natural hair maven ha!  I could always count on her to do random unique things in Houston! I will selfishly miss my friend, but I am SO happy for her new opportunities back at home :) My dear friend Morgan left me to go back to her hometown yesterday :(.  It was only fitting for us to end it how it all began, with food.  We [...]

By |August 13th, 2015|Categories: Houston Eats|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Del Frisco’s Goodbye Dinner

Taco Tuesday!

Living in Houston, Texas means you will be inundated with Tex-Mex restaurants.  It's kind of our niche thing here.  If you have ask any Houston Foodie their favorite Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurant, be prepared for a long list of options.  I am no different!  One day, I will make a list of my favorites, but for today I am just featuring one that I frequent often, Torchy's Tacos!!! Torchy's started in Austin, Texas as a food truck and was so successful they were able to open a brick and mortar store. They eventually expanded to Houston and have grown rapidly here. [...]

Mod Pizza: A Review

I do not believe in eating in on Friday nights so I stopped over to Mod Pizza this past weekend for a quick no fuss dinner.  This place is best described as the Chipotle of Pizza Shops.  When you walk in, there is a menu of the favorites, but you are welcome to make your own pizza with all the ingredients present ( so many options!).  I went for the Dillion James which includes asiago, basil, garlic, tomatoes (I went without), red sauce and added sausage for no extra cost.  You walk through the Chipotle styled assembly line and pick your ingredients if [...]

By |July 22nd, 2015|Categories: Houston Eats|Tags: , , , , , , |2 Comments
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