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Time and Plates

Welcome to Vickery Café, where they've been dishing out home cooking (though under a couple of different names) for 35 years and counting. You'll be...

Three Steps, Part Two

Yay, it's the second installment in our occasional series, Chow, Baby's Three-Step Recipes!!! (The exclamation points are actually part of the name.) It's back mainly...

C’est La Vie

The Vault's Jean Michele Sakouhi isn't fretting the hard times. Restaurateur Jean Michele Sakouhi is characteristically Gallic about the current economic climate. The French are...

Pennies for Heaven

Seventeen thousand, four hundred and sixteen. Skipping a dessert here, an appetizer there, that's how many pennies Chow, Baby managed to save up over...

Big D

Habanero's Grill and Cantina, unrelated to the two-restaurant chain in San Antonio, occupies prime real estate in Stockyards Station, past Hunter Brothers' H3 Ranch...

I Sing of Food and the Tiny Purple Chair

The University of Texas - the real one, in Austin - recently tracked Chow, Baby down again after eight fundraising-free years. Nearly every week...

Iron Cheffing

One of the perks of eating and writing about it is that occasionally someone taps you to do something fabulous like judge what I...

Lovely Bones

For some reason, a lot of people (two people) have recently asked about the difference between American Chinese and Chinese Chinese cuisine. Here's Chow,...

Slicing, Dicing

Ricki Epstein has two culinary alter egos, and never the twain shall meet. By night, she runs a catering company that does big-deal events,...

Hallmark Pass

Many of Chow, Baby's favorite holiday rituals fall in February, beginning with repeated viewings of that great existential masterpiece, Groundhog Day, with its dazzling...