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break some bread
Bakers Trapped by Harvey for Two Days Made Bread for Thousands of Storm Victims
Stuck next to 4,400 pounds of flour, they just baked day and night until their rescue.
customers for life
Houston Couple Trapped by Harvey Calls Chick-fil-A to Order Burritos and a Boat
“I ordered two grilled chicken burritos with extra egg and a boat.”
How Houston’s Hunger-Relief Organizations Are Handling Harvey
At least 5,500 people are already in shelters in Houston, and the storm isn’t over yet.
The Owner of a Popular Houston Taco Truck Is Being Deported
He’s fed the locals under three previous presidents.
Diner Tips Irish Server $750 So He Can Fly Home to See His Family
“My initial reaction was shouting, ‘Holy s—!’”
Taco Bell Employees Attack Littering Customers With a Knife and Boiling Grease
An errant bottle turned into a brawl that gave a teen severe third-degree burns.
Looks Like A Drowned Rat
Seeing a Rat Inside a Dr Pepper Bottle Is More Effective Than a Soda Tax
“See?” say critics of soda everywhere.
The Chain Gang
Dairy Queen Owner Plasters Store With Extremely Strange Anti-Hindu Signs
The owner refuses to remove them because, he says, they’re “educational.”
Texas Restaurant Offers Massive Discount to Customers Carrying Guns
What could go wrong?
103 Beautiful Dishes: The Most Visually Exciting Food in America Right Now
Grub Street called up the country’s best chefs with one simple directive: Show us the most beautiful thing that’s on your menu right now.
A Restaurant Called Bombshells Refused Service to a Customer With a Face Tattoo
This is a place that sells “Waterboarding” and “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” shots.
Unveils Its 10 Best New Restaurants
Aska, Fat Rice, and Saison made the cut.
Texas Writer David Leftwich Launching New Food Magazine,
Sugar and Rice
Issue No. 1 comes out this fall.
Houstonites: Maybe Steer Clear of the Snow Cones for a While
You never know when the frozen treats vendor brings inventory into the bathroom.
The Other Critics
The Other Critics: Cheshes Pans Montmartre; Joshua David Stein Reports on
Plus: Reviews of Pearl & Ash, and more, in our weekly roundup.
Katsuya Takes on Tex-Mex
The chef is opening his eponymous restaurant in Houston next month.
Foie Gras Quesadillas Protested at LudoBites; Did Bin Laden Die By Porky
The French chef’s pop-up restaurant still sold at least one to basically every table.
Immigration Raid Targets San Diego Bakery Owner; Serpico Stopped for Concealed
A famous bakery owner is at the center of new federal immigration tactics, while a legendary cop is caught with produce.
Club Junkets Curtailed for
Cast; Narcotics-Stuffed Melon
MTV seeks to limit its stars’ appearances and Washington jail officials find forbidden fruit.
Emeril Chills Out in New Show; Houston Wants to Woo New York
Il Mulino goes casual for Atlantic City and Batali has low-grade paparazzi, in our daily news roundup.