Four of the five chefs nominated for Best Chef Southwest hail from Texas.
The food festival will feature acclaimed chefs from all over the state, and tickets (a bit pricey, admittedly) are now on sale.
Former La Condesa and Sway chef Rene Ortiz discusses his latest project, including Laundrette (an upscale café-grocery) and the Angry Bear (classic Chinese takeout).
The Falliday Leftover Throwdown, held in Houston, will challenge local chefs to take Turkey Day leftovers and create new dishes from them.
Rene Ortiz and Laura Sawicki, the acclaimed chefs from La Condesa and Sway, exited the acclaimed restaurants to pursue other unnamed interests. We spoke to the new executive chef at La Condesa and heard his plans for the restaurant’s future.
The nationally acclaimed chef of Coi, in the North Beach area of San Francisco, will be promoting his latest cookbook.
Samantha Mendoza, the 24-year-old pastry chef for the acclaimed restaurant, talks about her favorite dessert and the pop-up project.
Paul Petronella and David Keck recently talked about the plans for their new wine bar, Camerata, a place they want to be “classy, but not uptight.”
Part of the attraction is the chance to win a replica of the infamous “Armadillo Cake,” from Steel Magnolias.
Bon Appetit puts restaurants from Houston, Dallas, and Austin on its list. The top ten will be named last week.
Adam Dorris, the chef de cuisine, on the evolution of the Heights neighborhood staple and the difficulties of sourcing locally.
Monica Glenn and Jorge Hernandez talk about the process of creating dishes like cheddar cheese ice cream sandwiches.