After my group’s trip to the equator outside of Quito last month, we ascended the Pululahua Volcano for lunch. The volcano’s name means “Cloud of Water” in the local Quichua language, and indeed, the crater is part of a cloudforest,… Read More ›
Many places are passionate about their barbeque, and the subtle and not-so-subtle differences between types of wood used to smoke, dry rubs versus wet rubs, mustard or vinegar-based sauces versus sticky-sweet, and of course, pork versus beef, are fodder for… Read More ›
Who remembers these? I didn’t realize they were made just a ways up the road from me.
The third and last Cajun place I visited during my Louisiana cuisine orgy last month is one of my favorite Houston stops: The Ragin Cajun, at the original location on Richmond Street, near the Galleria. Don’t let the upscale address… Read More ›
Earlier this week, I wrote about a hole in the wall called Zydeco, located in lower downtown Houston. A couple weeks earlier, I visited Galveston with my friends Chris, Jay, and fellow blogger Kate, where we visited the beach and… Read More ›