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Author: Houston Food Finder

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Editor & publisher - Houston Food Finder
13 Episodes
Houston Food Finder editor and publisher interviews Casey Barbles, aka @the_informal_grub and founder of the Heights Mercantile Farmers Market. Photo by Bethany Brewster.
Houston Food Finder editor & publisher Phaedra Cook interviews Kevin Floyd, formerly of groundbreaking Houston restaurants and bars Anvil Bar & Refuge, The Hay Merchant and Underbelly. We discuss his forthcoming restaurant and bar Shoot The Moon and how Houston's first completely self-service bar will work. Quality note: Phone connection issues caused some bobbles in this recording, but it's still a rockin' interview.
A final farewell to Cleverley Stone, food journalist and founder of Houston Restaurant Weeks, as restaurateur Benjamin Berg and the "Crack Research Department", Mary Lamb, share their memories. Photo by Evin Thayer.
In the first of two special episodes remembering Cleverley Stone, Houston Food Finder editor and publisher Phaedra Cook interviews Cleverley's daughter, Katie, who is continuing her mom's work with the Houston Restaurant Weeks annual fundraiser for the Houston Food Bank.
Vanessa Lomeli deconstructs the Food Network Restaurant Impossible Habanera & The Guero episode and gives an update. Also: a word about food journalist Cleverley Stone's passing; Bernie's Burger Bus, Poitín and Barry's Pizza all shutter and ghost kitchens in Houston.
Our guest today is Thomas Nguyen of Peli Peli and Peli Peli Kitchen. Other topics: Texas bars open at 25% capacity with special guidelines, updated bar guidelines for restaurants and the virtual wine dinners from ROMA in Rice Village.
Restaurant chain bans employee masks; interview with Alex Auyeung of Phat Eatery in Katy
Cinco De Mayo and #cincoathome, thoughts on the 2020 Houston James Beard Award nominees, interview with Marc Borel of Rainbow Lodge
Some Houston restaurant dining rooms reopen at 25% capacity, why we're not pushing diners to visit in person yet, part 2 of my chat with Houston Food Finder associate editor David Leftwich, a new Montrose pop-up for Feges BBQ, a Houston-based Food Network host gets a new show, cooking with the Food Network app and more.
What will Houston dining look like after the COVID-19 lockdown? Also, we have a big GoFundMe problem, our first call-in interview with a surprise guest, H-E-B has new restaurant dishes, Feges BBQ expands service and more.
4/14/20 - Houston Restaurant News Today by Houston Food Finder
For April 9, 2020: a drive-through farmers market, Easter to-go and delivery options and more.
Good news for the Southern Smoke Foundation, two Heights Restaurants are reopening and more.
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