After years of writing about restaurants here, and countless formal interviews and casual chats with chefs, I have learned one thing: Chefs get bored.
Cured Chef Steven McHugh attended the James Beard Awards ceremony in Chicago as a finalist for “Best Chef” of the Southwest.
The James Beard Foundation has named San Antonio chef Steve McHugh of Cured a 2018 nominee for “Best Chef” of the Southwest.
Chefs Diego Galicia and Rico Torres of Mixtli and Steve McHugh of Cured are among 20 nominees in the category “Best Chef: Southwest.”
The United States Bartender’s Guild (USBG) of San Antonio and 75 bars came together in less than 72 hours, raising more than $30,000 in one evening.
Last year, Chef Steve McHugh and his team at Cured raised a whopping $28,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) at the annual Cured for a Cure dinner, which McHugh, a survivor of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, credits with “essentially saving (his) life.”
McHugh plans to raise the stakes for this year’s LLS, five-course fundraising dinner – which is set for Sunday, Sept.
The Cartwright family and the hogs that they raise have been living off the land together in South Texas for generations – but they weren’t always working together.
For Chef Steve McHugh, the word “cured” holds multiple meanings.
Dear San Antonio,
A letter seems so trite considering all you’ve done for me over the past four years.
While many people are familiar with wine and beer pairings, some may not consider the different ways that a spirit can accompany their meal.