The couple behind the joint, Justin and Kathryn Haecker, have even hacked their way to cheaper beef by starting their own cattle operation.
Business has been slower during the pandemic, leaving co-owner Scott Moore with extra time. He used it to create original new dishes.
A different sort of Texas Trinity makes for an exceptional taco at this Tomball joint.
The new restaurant builds its menu around one of the hottest trends in Texas barbecue.
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Exciting things are happening as pitmasters join the two cuisines together in new and delicious ways.
Tejas Chocolate Craftory in Tomball spends some moolah on its delicious mole. So don't look for it on the counter.
Scott Moore wanted to make tequila, but you can only call it “tequila” if it’s made in Mexico, and there is already plenty of competition on the store shelves. So he settled for chocolate. The availability of good chocolate was a different story in 2011 when Moore and his partner, Michelle Holland,