Houston’s top six chefs give of their time and effort to prepare a Kosher Dinner to benefit
Carmelo gave an extra touch of sweetness to Interfaith CarePartners’ annual fundraiser
After a special invitation from the Art Institute, Carmelo gratefully accepted to share his
Rodeo Uncorked! Roundup and Best Bites Competition, the Houston Livestock and Rodeo’s food
Carmelo's was created in 1981 to let all people enjoy the best and the freshest ingredients to offer an extraordinary Italian culinary experience. When Chef Carmelo and his culinary team originally designed the menu, they wanted everyone to enjoy the gift of good taste.
Carmelo’s energy with his passion for food, synonymous with his zeal for philanthropy continues to benefit various organizations in Houston and Austin. During the course of the next weeks we’ll share what he and the restaurants have been cooking up in 2016!
Age-old, fabled and irresistible - the Pistachio! Join us we celebrate the journey of the Pistachio from the Middle East and Sicily to America on National Pistachio Day, February 26, with our Chef's scrumptious creation of Crispy Pistachio Crusted Sea bass.
Originating in the Roman Empire as a holiday on February 14, the predecessor of our Valentineâ€™s Day celebrated Juno, the Queen of Roman gods and goddesses, who the ancient Romans considered to be the goddess Queen of Women and Marriage.
What better way to begin the year than with Cormonsâ€™ Vino della Pace; the wine of peace. The only wine, to our knowledge, specifically promoting world peace. It is produced from over 830 varietals of grapes, blended for an incomparable taste, and pairing well with everything from veggie plates to fish and meat. For our many friends who enjoy the great Batasiolo Barolos; we will be sharing for the first time the 2008 Briccolina and the 2009 Brunate in a flight together with the 2007 Boscareto.