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The Influencers

VoyageHouston owes a huge debt to the incredible local community of influencers – from fashion bloggers to foodies – who put in countless hours of work uncovering hidden gems throughout Houston. We’d like to introduce you to some of the city’s most gifted tastemakers and influencers below.


Women are strong as hell, haven’t you heard? 🌈

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I am challenging myself more than ever lately. I am powerful. I am purposeful. I am wise. I am worthy. I am a leader. I am leading. I am business minded. I am goal oriented. I am flawed. I am a world changer. By remembering everything I was, I remain humble. By remembering everything I am, I remain focused. By remembering everything I aim to be– well, let's just say there's nothing like a woman on fire and on a mission. . . . . . #inspiring | #inspiration | #creative | #expression | #beyourself | #artsy | #happiness | #beauty | #art | #creative | #love | #houston | #artist | #women | #pink | #pinkprods | #women | #womenempowerment | #formation | #millennials | #support | #houstonwomen | #womeninbusiness | #businesswomen | #houstonentrepreneurs | #womenentrepreneurs | #bloggers | #iblog | #houstonblogger | #brandambassador | #blog | #support |

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Entre las recetas venezolanas de Navidad, nace sin querer este arroz con pollo navideño y es que tiene esos ingredientes como pasitas, alcaparras, aceitunas y vino tinto en su justa medida que nos llenan de la alegría propia de estas fechas. Este plato es un reflejo de los aromas de diciembre y tambien de nuestro mestizaje. Ingredientes: 1 pechuga grande de pollo 2 lonjas de tocineta 1 taza de arroz blanco, integral o amarillo ya preparado sin condimentos, puede ser del día anterior 2 cucharadas de aceitunas rellenas o sin huesos 1 cucharada de alcaparras. 2 cucharadas de pasitas 1 taza de caldo de pollo ¼ taza de vino rojo de cocina ½ cubito de pollo 1 pimentón rojo ¼ de cebolla 2 cucharadas ajoporro picadito (solo la parte blanca y tierna) 1 diente de ajo PREPARACIÓN Cortar el pollo en trozos medianos. En un sartén, cocina el pollo con la tocineta picada hasta que quede doradito. En un caldero pon a sofreír la cebolla, el ajo, el pimentón rojo y el ajoporro todo picadito. Una vez listo incorpora el pollo. Pon el caldo de pollo y el medio cubito, mezcla bien. Coloca las alcaparras, las aceitunas, las pasitas, el arroz, el sofrito con el pollo y el vino. Revuelve cuidadosamente y tápalo. Déjalo cocinar por unos 6 minutos. Más detalles en mi blog ¡Feliz Navidad!

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Sourdough Waffles, Sweet Corn Fried Chicken, homemade jams, pickles, muffins, cookies, & herbal snow cones. Mimosas and bourbon peach punch, morning tulsi…need I go on? We brought the #brunch this morning @finca_tres_robles . Thank you @cecinorman @mskarenman for being badass women, putting this together, and giving me time to just cook good food. Thank you @bartonspringsmill for the delicious grains and #tejasheritagefarm for the tasty chickens! And thank you to everyone who attended #itsnotthathot 🍀🌿🌿🌿🌿🍀🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿 Keep your eyes open for more events at finca come fall. #slowfood #brunch #friedchicken #houston #instafood #knowyourfarmer #htxfood #culinarywildflower #herb #integrativemedicine #eat #yum #learn #community #suistainable #local #texas #eatlocal #knowyourfood #waffles

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can you pasta sauce please? one of my favs

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Cheers to the good life ❤️🎉

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