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Alison Cook

Another Food Critic Loses Anonymity

Sep 18, 2012 By Jason Cohen

Encouraged to be "more visible" by the Houston Chronicle, Alison Cook spoke at the Metropolitan Food Show this past Sunday. Eater Houston had a picture of her up by Tuesday. 

Spam? From Bleh to Wow

Jun 18, 2009 By Patricia Sharpe

I’m a little late in posting this, but you gotta read Alison Cook’s blog post on the SpamWow! at Beaver’s bbq/etc. joint in Houston. Even if the very thought of the stuff makes you bilious–as it does me–Alison’s take on the, dare I say, resurgence of Spam is…