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A Café Made for Art, Food … and Instagram
5 months ago

A Café Made for Art, Food … and Instagram

For friends-turned-business-partners Lulu Fang ’11 and Amy Lin ’11, opening an art café last December was a goal they had dreamt about for years. After graduating with degrees in …
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Heat and Hospitality
5 months ago

Heat and Hospitality

A Nicaraguan who came to the U.S. in 1976 to attend Texas A&M University, Michael Cordúa saw a number of doors close before, at age 27, he opened Churrascos. …
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The Cheesemonger of Texas
5 months ago

The Cheesemonger of Texas

A little more than a decade ago, Lindsey Schechter ’99, who was an owner and chef at a restaurant on the coast of Maine, had an idea. Today, she …
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Staging 101
5 months ago

Staging 101

1. First, appreciate good food, at home, in cafes or restaurants, wherever you find it.

I grew up eating good food and loving the Puerto Rican food …
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Tested and Tasted
5 months ago

Tested and Tasted

Nearly two years ago, Jennifer Thai ’05 launched a second career as a baker of healthy treats and muffins — a bold move inspired by her young daughter’s food …
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Finding Her Place in Houston’s Culinary World
5 months ago

Finding Her Place in Houston’s Culinary World

On the way to earning degrees in art and art history, Smith continued to learn about the business while waitressing and working for a catering company. She practiced classical …
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On the Bandvegan
5 months ago

On the Bandvegan

When she was 16, Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram ’09 was diagnosed with hyperglycemia and Type 2 diabetes. Two years later, while at a grocery store, a customer approached her and suggested …
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The Meaning of Pie
5 months ago

The Meaning of Pie

Anne Haynie Collins ’81 earned a civil engineering degree from Rice and worked on the space shuttle for a number of years before shifting to biomedical engineering, rounding out …
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Glorious Food
5 months ago

Glorious Food

“Food, Glorious Food,” a song from the 1960s musical “Oliver!,” somehow remains deeply entrenched in my memory. It still seems incongruously joyous in the context of depicting Dickens’ Victorian …
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Unconventional Wisdom: The Cooking Chemist
5 months ago

Unconventional Wisdom: The Cooking Chemist

After earning an undergraduate degree, she stayed on to complete her Ph.D. in chemistry, and then started teaching at Rice. A lifelong cook, Lu soon found a way to …
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