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Pinkberry's Impending Opening; Duties of a Chef's Spouse

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WEBSTER—So, Pinkberry finally comes to Houston and opens up its first location in Clear Lake area? Sure, why not. Those in the bay area can have their tangy froyo cravings satisfied when it opens September 30th. More Houston-area locations are planned. [Eaterwire]

CHEF SPOUSES—Eater Houston's own correspondent, Hannah Siegel-Gardner (who happens to be married to chef Seth Siegel-Gardner) has her very own post on Food Republic today, as part of the ongoing series following chefs Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrence Gallivan of Pilot Light RG. In it, she gives some of the more outrageous errands that have been a required of her marriage to a chef. Our favorite, #6: foraging for roots that require "vaulting oneself over a neighbor's fence." [FoodRepub]

WILDFIRE RELIEF—Didn't have the chance to accompany the Houston food community trip to Waller County last Friday? Well, you can help in another way and this time it involves tequila. The Pray for Rain dinner is four courses with beer and margaritas included for $85 at El Real Tex-Mex tomorrow night. Make your reservations today. [Eaterwire]

El Real Tex-Mex Cafe

1201 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77006

Pinkberry

19325 Gulf Fwy, Webster, TX

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