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Latin American Chef Sues Houston Restaurant

Chef Omar Jose Pereney was the young force behind Peska Seafood Culture. He helped bring Mexican import Peska to Houston according to Eater Houston.

Houston Private Chef Delivers on Healthy & Delicious Food

When one is challenged to make healthier meal choices, but also lives in a city where comfort food is plentiful, the variety of dining venues are endless, plus you want to eat something that tastes good no matter what; how ...

Black Business Partners Disrupt Multi-Billion Dollar National Coffee Supply Chain with Roots Java Coffee

African Bean Company is the first nationally certified, African American owned coffee supply company providing national distribution. The company’s coffee is branded Roots Java Coffee.

Women’s Health: Supporting Community-Based Efforts to Help Families Eat Healthy Food

May is Women’s Health Month and it's never too early or late to make healthy changes so you look and feel your best! You can take control of your health and help others in your family too!

Upgrade Your Summer Grilling Game

The days are getting longer and hotter and you’re itching to head outside to kick off grilling season. After a few weeks of eating the same boring burgers and hot dogs, you’re looking for something a little more exciting (and ...

Black Foods Diet: Black Is the New Green

We all know about the great health benefits of green vegetables, but what about black veggies? Black foods have more antioxidants than light-colored foods because of their high pigment content. So in the words of Wesley Snipes, “Always bet on ...

Houston Had This Superbug Problem for Years and Never Knew

A dangerous strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria is far more common in Houston than anyone knew and shows signs it can spread prolifically, researchers reported Tuesday. It's a specific strain of a bacteria known as Klebsiella pneumoniae.

1.2 Million Adolescents' Deaths Mostly Preventable, Report Says

More than 1.2 million adolescents die every year around the world -- an average of 3,000 deaths per day -- from causes that are largely preventable, according to a new report from the World Health Organization.

Teen Dies From Too Much Caffeine, Coroner Says

Too much caffeine caused the death of a 16-year-old high school student from South Carolina who collapsed during class last month, according to the county coroner.

Frozen Burritos Recalled Over Listeria Fears

A company in New Mexico is recalling about 253,000 pounds of frozen burritos in four states over fears of listeria contamination.

'Grey Death': The Powerful Street Drug That's Puzzling Authorities

A new drug called "grey death" has been linked to a handful of lethal overdoses in the South -- but no one knows exactly what's in it or where it's coming from.

Crosby Roamann Wines Has Landed In Houston!

To be a novice wine connoisseur, you have to have the confidence to know at least some of the things you’re tasting and sampling. Any opportunity to improve your skills (or wafting skills) is a must. So, when Crosby Roamann ...

The Worldly Eats Of The Hard Rock Cafe

Burger lovers will bring themselves to a venue to try anything. A foodie will simply add to their palate whenever brought into a setting that begs for adventure and optimism. The Hard Rock Cafe, the legendary establishment with the largest ...

Venice Bans Cheap Takeout Joints To Keep City Beautiful

So they're taking action: The city council has approved a rule that prohibits the opening of new takeout joints that sell meals such as kebabs or pizza by the slice.

Trolls, Eat Cake. How One Women Is Taking Aim At Online Harassers

That's one woman's approach to dealing with trolls.

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