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Beer & Cheese Pairing Event; Turkey Advice From Killen

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DOWNTOWN— The League of Extraordinary Brewers (Brewery Incubator) is hosting a Rare Beer & Cheese Pairing and Texas National Brewery Debut Release tonight (November 21) with two seatings, one at 7 p.m. and the other at 8:30 p.m. Founder Lucrece Borego says: "Meet the cheese makers of Sartori for a tasting of five exclusive cheeses paired with five of our small-batch brews. One special beer is the debut of Texas National, the newest members of the League and Houston's newest brewery." Tickets are $35 for five cheeses & beers (or wine pairings) and accompaniments including pickles, jams, relish and biscuits. Each seating will welcome 25 guests. The bar and additional cheese tasting opens at 10 p.m., after the event. More info here. [Eaterwire]

MEALS ON WHEELSZagat Houston's Amber Ambrose talks up Brazilian food truck Churrasco To Go: "The truck utilizes an actual wood-burning rodizio grill where skewered cuts of meat - many of them beef - slowly roast over the smoldering embers. It makes for a great sandwich, and something unique (ahem, not fried) in the food truck world. Try anything made with picanha; it's the most popular cut of beef in Brazil, and one of the most flavorful in general. Catch the truck at the Discovery Green Flea Market, Houston Food Park and the City Hall Farmers Market." [Zagat]

FOOD RADIOThe Houston Chronicle's Greg Morago tells readers where and when to find good turkey advice. "Next week Killen, owner of Killen's Steakhouse and the upcoming Killen's Barbecue, will talk all things turkey for listeners of KUHF Public Radio's "Houston Matters" show, 88.7 FM. ON Tuesday, Nov. 26, Killen will be on the show, which begins at noon, to field questions about cooking the star of the most important holiday meal of the year. Killen's segment should air around 12:30 p.m." [Houston Chronicle]