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The famed Patricia Sharpe an award winning food critic, recently stepped out of her comfort zone to venture to The Woodlands. Patricia has been writing exclusively for Texas Monthly since 1974 & Following the recommendation of a colleague she experienced Cureight from start to finish, loving & savoring every bite. Sharpe has contributed to Gourmet, Bon Appétit, Saveur and the New York Times & has won several awards including the James Beard Foundation award for magazine food writing.
“It takes a masochistic chef to embrace the demands of a tasting menu. The most renowned example is, of course, Spanish genius Ferran Adrià, at whose now-closed temple of magical realism, El Bulli, I once spent six hours consuming 37 bite-size courses of lapidary perfection. But enough reminiscing. My point is this: it was becoming clear that young Austin Simmons was one of that tribe.”