If any of you have felt - as I have - that your first love and you have grown apart, and you no longer even KNOW that person, well, you are not crazy.
I am actually relieved to hear it wasn’t Cordua and Son that watered down the product so terribly, and that the actual talent will reemerge with a new concept, hopefully soon. What a special place this was for my whole family when it was at its best. RIP Churrasco’s et al. The memories are fond, but I’m following the Corduas.
“My dad is like a mad scientist in the kitchen,” he explained. “He’ll go in there and be obsessed by a single ingredient or a taste and he’ll work on it and work on it and work on it until it’s perfect. I like taking the results of what he’s done and figuring out where they fit on a menu, or what kind of application it has.”
I was truly worthwhile to read the whole article to find this gem. Fair winds and following seas to Father and Son.
Indeed. These folks are Houston treasures and distant relatives have made a grave mistake.