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Austin Food & Wine Festival Preview

Based on feedback after the last year's debut, organizers of this year's Austin Food & Wine Festival have made some important adjustments that should increase festival enjoyment potential. Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 9:00AM Thu. Apr. 25, 2013, Virginia B. Wood

Cat Art and Craft Beer and Vegan Bake Sales, Oh My!

It doesn't get anymore Austin than this, y'all. Read More | Comment »

Artisan Food Products 3:50PM Wed. Apr. 24, 2013, Jessi Cape

Live Fire! Party Funds Local Culinary Grants

Kicking off a busy weekend of food and wine events around Central Texas, the Austin Food & Wine Alliance hosts Live Fire!, a delicious sip and stroll event at the Salt Lick Barbecue's Pecan Grove Pavilion on the banks of Onion Creek on Thursday, April 25. Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 12:00PM Tue. Apr. 23, 2013, Virginia B. Wood

Perfect Pairings at Off-Centered Film Fest

“Beer and music go together. They amplify the experience of the other.” So said Sam Calagione, founder of Dogfish Head Brewing, on Friday to a theatreful of Austinites who probably pair beer and music often enough to agree. Read More | Comment »

Beer & Food Events 10:35AM Tue. Apr. 23, 2013, Ivy Le

Sipping 'Satellite of Love'

“The most important question we had to ask them was, ‘Can a girl in a bikini ride through the vines on a motorcycle?’ That’s what we needed to know. Although, in the end, it was really a guy wearing a wig,” said Will Moore, when asked about his selection process for Texas vineyards as sets for his film. Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 9:30AM Tue. Apr. 23, 2013, Margaret Shugart

Central Market Celebrates Brazil with Food & Drink & More

Remember how the 1985 movie Brazil by Terry Gilliam takes place in a dystopia? Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 10:30AM Mon. Apr. 22, 2013, Wayne Alan Brenner

Food-related Benefits for West, Texas

Only hours after a deadly fertilizer plant blast leveled part of West, Texas, people began looking for ways to help. H-E-B sprang into action, sending a mobile kitchen to feed first responders and displaced residents and setting up $1, $3, $5 donation options at store check out counters statewide. Now, there's more. Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 9:15AM Sun. Apr. 21, 2013, Virginia B. Wood

Make Those Food Truck Dreams Come True

ATX Brands honcho Doug Guller is looking for just the right chef to operate a food trailer in the backyard of his newest property, the legendary Scoot Inn. He's challenging aspiring food truck owners with the desire to be Austin's next Bryce Gilmore or Paul Qui to create a successful food truck concept for him. Got what it takes? Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 4:30PM Fri. Apr. 19, 2013, Virginia B. Wood

Farmers Market Report: April 20-21

I could get used to this alternating hot and cold weather! Especially when it involves rain. The weather is going to be gorgeous again this weekend, in the seventies with cool breezes: perfect market weather. Read More | Comment »

11:55AM Fri. Apr. 19, 2013, Kate Thornberry

Urban Farm Update

From raising rabbits to aquaculture, there are plenty of hot button issues when it comes to addressing pending updates to the urban farm ordinance. Read More | Comment »

Virginia's On the Range 9:30AM Fri. Apr. 19, 2013, Anna Toon

The Czech Republic of Texas

The photo began ripping through the social media sphere like gas station chilidogs through a trucker's lower intestines. The capture of the ominous mushroom cloud looming over the Sonic Drive-In sign was enough to plant it firmly in the realm of Texas iconography. Read More | Comment »

Will Travel for Food 8:25PM Thu. Apr. 18, 2013, Kate X Messer

Vaca y Vino in the Texas Hill Country

Lambert's Downtown Barbecue co-owners Chef Larry McGuire and third-generation rancher Will Bridges host an Argentine-style live fire cook-out in the Bridges ranch pasture to benefit the Farm & Ranch Freedom Alliance. Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 3:35PM Thu. Apr. 18, 2013, Virginia B. Wood

Food Bloggers Celebrate Cookbook Release

Take 150 food bloggers, mix in one up-and-coming restaurant near campus, and simmer on low for a few hours for one delicious event. Read More | Comment »

Beer & Food Events 9:53AM Wed. Apr. 17, 2013, Monica Riese

Craft Beer Royalty to Rap at Drafthouse

The founder of Delaware-based Dogfish Head, touting “off-centered ales for off-centered people" since 1995, first came to Alamo Drafthouse during the Craft Brewers Conference in 2007. “It was love at first sight for Dogfish and Alamo,” said Sam Calagione. “They were as passionate about indie beers as they were about indie films.” Read More | Comment »

Beer & Food Events 9:04AM Wed. Apr. 17, 2013, Ivy Le

Kate Payne Picked a Pickled Profession

Much to the continued dismay of my friends and family, I swore off sauerkraut at Disney World when I was 12. When invited to participate in a class taught by Kate Payne at the gorgeous sprawling acres of Johnson’s Backyard Garden this past Saturday, I jumped at the chance to reinvent my relationship with kraut. Read More | Comment »

Cooking Classes 11:40AM Tue. Apr. 16, 2013, Jessi Cape

The Drunken Botanist Reveals Cocktail Secrets

Author Amy Stewart's impressive research and engaging writing make her book The Drunken Botanist: The Plants that Make the World's Greatest Drinks (Algonquin Books, $20) a must-read for cocktail enthusiasts. Read More | Comment »

Cocktails 10:45AM Tue. Apr. 16, 2013, Virginia B. Wood

Arm Wrestling for Charity at Bar 96

Head over to Bar 96 this Thursday night to check out some outrageous fun. Read More | Comment »

Food & Wine Events 11:30AM Mon. Apr. 15, 2013, Gracie Salem

Was the Foodways Texas Symposium Worth the Price?

What is a Barbecue Symposium, and who would pay $280 to attend such an event? It turns out I’m one of those people, and I spent three days eating, talking, and thinking about one aspect of our state’s most distinctive culinary heritage, barbecue. Read More | Comment »

Barbecue 10:00AM Sun. Apr. 14, 2013, Rod Machen

Shmaltz Brewing Debuts Funky Jewbelation Beer

The schtick-loving brew masters at Shmaltz Brewing Co. have debuted the eighth in their Limited Engagement Barrel-Aged series with Funky Jewbelation. This blend of six ales and lagers from the Shmaltz roster aged in bourbon and rye whiskey barrels boasts 9.4% alcohol. It is available in 22 oz. bottles and a limited amount of draft from April - June 2013. Read More | Comment »

Beer 4:30PM Fri. Apr. 12, 2013, Amy Kritzer

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