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About Justin

We cook, and bake at Oxheart Restaurant in Houston, TX.

A wine dinner featuring Azienda Agricola Frank Cornelissen

    On Monday, November 18th, Oxheart welcomes Frank Cornelissen from Mt. Etna, Sicily for a dinner featuring his wines from Azienda Agricola Frank Cornelissen. Mr. Cornelissen represents one of the most progressive figureheads of natural, bio-dynamic winemaking in the … Continue reading

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A collaborative dinner with Chef Justin Cogley of Aubergine – Carmel, CA

The team at Oxheart Restaurant is pleased to welcome Chef Justin Cogley from Aubergine at L’Auberge Carmel for a dinner on Monday, June 24th. Chef Cogley was recently named by Food and Wine as a Best New Chef at Aubergine … Continue reading

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A collaborative dinner with Chef Viet Pham of Forage – Salt Lake City, UT

Oxheart Restaurant is excited to announce that on Monday, November 26th, our team will be hosting a collaborative dinner with Chef Viet Pham of Forage Restaurant in Salt Lake City, UT. At Forage Restaurant, Chef Pham was named one of … Continue reading

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Oxheart Restaurant updates: The Push and The Pull

I’ve been looking to do a restaurant for as long as I can remember. For nearly the last year of my life, I eschewed the comforts of a regularly paying job just to concentrate on finding a place to call … Continue reading

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On Vegetables. And dinner details.

I get it. Cooking vegetables is a huge “food trend” these days. But that’s not going to stop me from cooking them. In fact, I think it’s a great thing– a task that I hope more chefs take to with … Continue reading

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My TEDx Houston Experience: The Importance of Balance

It must have been some sort of mix-up Or, it was by just some sort of stroke of sheer dumb luck, but last month I had the chance to speak at TEDx Houston. TEDx, as some of you may know, … Continue reading

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Relæ: the bullshit free zone.

(To note, Karen staged at Relæ, so take whatever we have to say with a grain of salt) Relæ is everything I want in a restaurant. It walks the line between indie rock and too cool; it’s a space where … Continue reading

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