Celebrating Houston's cultural diversity, religious festivals, and immigrant stories through meals.


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Alsafa is the first halal meat market in Katy, TX, which serves Middle Eastern foods like shawarma and kebabs, while stocking Pakistani and Indian products. Check out our interview with Naser Hittiny, owner of Alsafa, who plays a crucial role in the Houston halal market. .
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📍 Alsafa on Mason Rd in Katy.
🌯 Chicken shawarma.
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We sat down with Haig Tcholakian, son of @phoeniciafoods founders Zohrab and Arpi, to delve into the history of this Houston institution. Learn about how the Tcholakians started their 35-year-old, family-run business in our new article. Link in bio ☝️.
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Soon to appear on the blog is our first look at the newest Ethiopian restaurant in houston.


We have a very exciting interview coming to the blog soon. She is the owner of Lucy’s and Horn of Africa



TFW you order a little too much food but you end up eating it all anyhow


We dont always eat salad, but let me tell you the Laotians have it right. Beef salad is the way to go


Laos consumes more sticky rice per person than any other country in the world. What sets their food apart--although there are definite similarities with Thai food--is the preference of sour (Umami) flavors over sweet.


Laos is a land locked country in South East Asia squeezed in between Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, China, and Burma. It was once a colony of France, along with Vietnam, and their cultural inflections set apart this little known food.


Sometimes when you ask for roast chicken you expect a piece *of* a roast chicken, other times you get the whole thing