The day the flavor died

08Jun10

I was going to burst on here with my recap of Free Press Summerfest, but I just got wind of some sad news on Houston’s restaurant scene: two founders of Houston institutions have recently passed on, Frenchy’s Chicken founder Percy Creuzot and Mr. Kanomwan himself, the “Thai Nazi” and miraculous deliverer of delicious Thai food and good times among my fellow coworkers.

Both will be missed dearly, and Houston will be that much poorer without their colorful influence. The Frenchy’s empire will remain; there’s too much money and the family looks to be more involved in the business. Kanomwan, however, I wonder and fear, may possibly pass with it’s amazing proprietor. Thoughts and prayers to the families of these amazing individuals, and may their legacies live on in their institutions!

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