Local Hero FOOD ARTISAN Finalists

Photography By Jenna K. White | January 10, 2017
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And the finalists for your favorite FOOD ARTISAN are Eat My Pralines and Hot Line Pepper Sauce - all dedicated to incorporating fresh, real ingredients in their products and supporting our local economy! Read about these businesses and CAST YOUR VOTE for your favorite.


Eat My Pralines is a small, Houston-based business born from a family recipe for pecan pralines. EMP Owner Becca Reyenga started the business in 2015 after seeing the mass appeal for her mom's pralines. Becca's mom, Ruth Ann, is a native of Natchitoches, Louisiana, and has been making these delicacies for years. 
Becca loves to satisfy traditional praline lovers, but she really loves trying new flavors – Walnut Ginger and Almond Coconut are among her most popular praline creations.
Business Facebook page: EatMyPralines
Instagram account: @eatmypralines EatMyPralines
Twitter account: @eatmypralines EatMyPralines
Snapchat: Eat My Pralines 


Kerry Stessel is the owner of Hot Line Pepper Products, a gourmet hot sauce company based in Spring, TX. He started Hot Line Pepper Products in 2010 out of his passion for food and his desire to create amazing hot sauces that will allow people to make their food taste amazing very easily. Their products are in several local stores and have also gone into stores nationwide. HLPP LLC. also offers consulting services, recipe development and condiment manufacturing services ranging from an idea to full production and retail ready products.  Kerry is also the creator of The Woodlands / Spring area Tx Foodie Club page on Facebook with over 25k members and he also has a few other Foodie Club pages including The Foodie Club Entrepreneurs page and group which is open to anyone in the food industry as well as holding monthly free meetings. Kerry is a big advocate for supporting local restaurants, food businesses and local charities.  His passion and love for all things food related is evident and he is constantly helping, consulting, motivating and challenging others in the food industry to improve daily.


Article from Edible Houston at http://ediblehouston.ediblecommunities.com/shop/local-hero-food-artisan-finalists
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