Words that matter
Words that matter
Back when we first opened Urban Eats in 2014, our vision was to share recipes we love, use the best ingredients, and make them available and accessible, create a beautiful space where our friends and family can gather, and be an anchor on Washington Avenue to serve our community well.
This year marks seven years for Sweet Cup Gelato and Sorbet Originale of creating, learning, and growing with the communities we serve in Houston, TX. One of my goals this year is to tell our story-the story of our origins; the story behind my flavors and menu items; what inspires me; and why I love what we do.
Ginger & Fork's Ching Pe Leung soup.
Sweet Cup Gelato & Sorbet is growing. The local business has expanded and opened their second location in Garden Oaks/Oak Forest at 3444 Ella Boulevard this year, and are opening their first manufacturing facility this spring to keep up with product demands and whole sale offerings.
The details that go into the bagel, coffee and menu program at Golden Bagel & Coffee do not go unnoticed. Upon arrival, Chef Joseph Apa walked me through kitchen stations, through each bagel step process and station, he proudly showed me where his lox and nova cure in the walk-in fridge and he talked history.
Artist Dalia Rihani channeled her creative eye into a passion project that quickly gained following and even into a small successful business.
More than just a flyer, this handout for NES delivers a message specific to her audience and buyer.
Edible Houston's Kitchen Gift Guide of 2018. This was another one of my creative sales projects for the magazine from conception to completion.
Edible Houston's Craft Beer Map of 2018. Not just another beer map, but a map brought to life by local graphic artist German Arellano. This was my project from conception to completion.