When it was time to plan the menu for the Gulf Coast Herb Fair and Luncheon, the event team injected a jolt of java into the food and the presentation.

“I love coffee. I’m a daily drinker, so I had fun trying different coffees to find which ones worked best in our recipes,” Moody Gardens attractions executive chef Andres Castaneda said.

Bernice Torregrossa: bernice92@aol.com.

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Bailey Jones

I'll pass on the beets, but I do love a good tiramisu. Galveston is blessed by the coffee gods with so many high quality roasters. There's no reason to ever buy coffee from anywhere else. (We also have great beer - but that's another story.)

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