The shy, edgy, friendly, shaggy, hardworking genius behind the most anticipated new Texas restaurant in years.
In the end, Top Chef: Texas gets one Texas thing right, as Austin's Paul Qui takes the crown.
The show moves to British Columbia, but takes a bit of Texas with it as Austin's Paul Qui of Uchiko and Houston native Sarah Grueneberg advance to next week's final.
Even the emotion's bigger in Texas, as Austin cheftestant Paul Qui advances to next week's finale.
The “cheftestants” use the pits at the Salt Lick to smoke meat, much to the delight (and horror) of local barbecue aficionados.
From (HB) 1 to ($)15.2 billion, we revisit a few of the state's biggest stories in 2011 by examining the numbers.
Paul Qui – the recent winner of Top Chef Texas and the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southwest – is currently working on his much-anticipated Austin restaurant projects, but that doesn’t mean he has completely forgotten his chef roots. From September 10-15, Qui will return to the Uchi…
There has been a lot of buzz surrounding former Uchiko chef Paul Qui these past few weeks regarding what’s next for the recent Top Chef victor. Qui officially announced he will reveal all the details of his next endeavor in a few weeks during a dinner…
Will Uchiko’s Paul Qui be the big winner on the season nine finale of Top Chef: Texas this Wednesday, February 29? Or will he be the big loser? Keep your fingers crossed for our Austin boy. If you want to really get in the mood, drop by…
The state forked over $600,000 to lure the Bravo show to Texas, but placed some restrictions on the show for accepting the cash.