Here’s where you can get some of the best Southern comfort food in Houston

June marks the celebration of food — soul food, that is.

Having originated right here in the South, soul food is a creative representation of what African slaves were capable of making to feed themselves. These recipes were passed down and became what families eat today: smothered oxtail, fried chicken and black-eyed peas. 

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June is National Soul Food Month and with the Bayou City’s diverse cuisine, there are almost too many places to name to get some of the best soul food in Houston. 

Here’s Chron’s guide to soul food in the city of Houston. 

Houston’s This Is It! has a motto: “where every meal gives you a Sunday feel.” You’ll for sure get a down-home meal from this soul food staple. If you pay a visit to This Is It, be sure to try smothered pork chops

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Think the secret to great cooking is simply following the recipe? Think again. From disastrous dishes dating back to the Middle Ages to terrible tips from world-famous cookbooks and celebrity chefs, this is the worst cooking advice of all time. Take the asbestos out of the kitchen, put away the catnip and approach these pearls of gastronomic wisdom from history with caution.




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Daughter Of Immigrants Among Health Workers Heading To Super Bowl

TAMPA, FL — When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs square off in Super Bowl LV, among those in the stands of Raymond James Stadium will be thousands of front-line health care workers who have been working in risking throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Of the 25,000 fans allowed to attend the game in person, about 7,500 of those in attendance will be vaccinated health care workers. Among them is a 26-year-old registered nurse and lifelong Hillsborough County resident who never imagined when she decided to attend nursing school that, just a few years later, she’d be caring for patients during a global pandemic.

A nurse at AdventHealth Tampa hospital Paulina Rivera of Plant City is the daughter of Mexican immigrants Martha and Marcial Rivera, and the first in her family to attend college.

Rivera began working at AdventHealth Tampa about three years ago and, throughout the coronavirus pandemic,

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