A popular Mexican food restaurant lands at the bottom of the list, but it was just one of more than 50 restaurants inspected. KCBD NewsChannel 11's Christy Hartin tells us what inspectors found in this edition of Food for Thought.
Every week Lubbock health inspectors check out the cleanliness of local restaurants to make sure your family is dining in a safe and clean environment. This week they headed inside more than 40 kitchens.
November has arrived! That means it's time to undo the belt a notch and dig into Thanksgiving dinner. From the entree to dessert, we've got all the recipes you need to satisfy your stomach this holiday season.
It's an extra large, mucho grande, super duper giant sized edition of NewsChannel 11's Food for Thought. Hope you're hungry, because we've 16 Top and Low Performers to fill you in on. Let's see what's cooking this week.
Try giving a homemade gift this Christmas. We've got easy-to-prepare recipes for cookie, drink and soup mixes, fudge, toffee and many other holiday favorites. There's even something for you dog lovers!
This week, city health inspector's checked out 30 food establishments in Lubbock County. Of those 30, we only have one top performer and one low performer in this week's edition of NewsChannel 11's Food for Thought. In a Food for Thought bonus feature we also have some advice this week on the safe way to picnic in the park this summer.
A customer complaint about one Lubbock restaurant leads to a late night food safety inspection. We have results from that inspection. We have two top performers and one low performer in this week's edition of Food for Thought.