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About Justin

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

Speak Quietly…

On March 15th, 2017, which will be our restaurant’s 5th birthday, Oxheart, will serve its last meal. Oddly enough, the decision wasn’t too hard to make. Over the last five years, Oxheart has given me so much more than I could … Continue reading

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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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