Ready for Fall? Start with an easy and delicious pot pie! And as a special treat for the kids (or the kid in you), make individual-size pies, using a few 10- to 12-ounce gratin dishes.
Archive for September, 2012
Come explore the characteristics that make up a city as Gonzalez sheds light on the people and places that add character to their community. Admire the results of a process where he begins with photographs, draws extracted information using only ballpoint pens and marker, scans the drawings into a larger format, adds accentuating color, and transforms them into large-scale murals.
Exhibit: October 14, 2012 – January 2, 2013
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 20, 2012, 8-10PM
Recently featured in Houston Press’ “100 Creatives 2012” and Chicano Channel Magazine as an artist on the rise, Gonzalez will attend the opening reception and all artwork will be available for purchase.
Free admission. Light bites will be served at the artist opening reception, with drinks available for purchase.
For more information on Raul Gonzalez, visit http://www.artistraulgonzalez.com/.
For this week’s Where the Chefs Eat installment, we found out where Seth Siegel-Gardner, Terrence Gallivan and Justin Yu like to eat around Houston.
In August 2010, these talented three were in between jobs, and Siegel-Gardner, the mastermind, decided to open up a one-month pop-up, Just August Project. They took over the old house that is the Just Dinner space on Dunlavy, serving five-course meals for just $45. Houston foodsters fell in love, and fell hard enough that it convinced all three chefs to stay in Houston.
Yu has already opened Oxheart earlier this year, to much critical acclaim. Siegel-Gardner and Gallivan, who have taken over what was once the Gravitas space on Taft, are currently working hard to debut The Pass and Provisions. They’ll be opening very soon, and by all accounts, it’s going to be sensational.