HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Only a few days remain for Houston Restaurant Weeks, which benefits the Houston Food Bank. Chef Kiran Verma shows event founder Cleverley Stone several of the delicious lunch options that are available at her eponymous restaurant until Friday, Sept. 29, including roasted beet salad with goat cheese, chicken biryani and an assortment of multi-dish thalis. The two-course lunch costs $20 and chef Verma will donate $3 to the Houston Food Bank from each lunch sold. The Houston Food Bank will generate nine meals from each donation. As a chef, Verma has participated in Houston Restaurant Weeks, the largest annual fundraising event for the largest food bank in the U.S. during the last fifteen years.
Researchers seek families for glioma study
More than 23,000 new cases of glioma are diagnosed in the United States every year.
Researchers in Houston are studying brain tumor susceptibility in families.
Researchers say the Gliogene study uncovered the first gene thought to be associated with familial glioma.Read the full article
How to find the right lawyer
There may come a time in your life when you find yourself in need of a lawyer, but finding the right one isn't alway easy.
FOX 26 Legal Analyst Chris Tritico gives six tips to finding the right lawyer for you.
Want help researching a lawyer? Click here for help: Houston Bar Association and Texas Bar AssociationRead the full article
Custom blended tea at Verandah Indian restaurant
Anu Srivastava, co-owner of Verandah restaurant, located in the Upper Kirby district of Houston, shows FOX 26 food segment contributor and food talk radio show host, Cleverley Stone, how she custom blends and bags tea for her customers. She also shares why it is important to use only organic tea and unbleached tea bags. The restaurant opened in February 2019.Read the full article
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