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Segle George Fry III, 1937-2015
Segle Fry was a Tyler native and UT graduate who was part of Austin's music and restaurant scenes off and on from the late Sixties until his death on January 5 at the age of 77.

11:15AM Thu. Jan. 15, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

I Knead That Pastry Pop-Up at Métier
Former Lenoir pastry chef Jasmine Jones struck out on her own in the fall of 2014 with a catering bakery called I Knead That where she creates made-to-order sweets and wedding cakes for the public and prepares baked good for local caterers. This weekend, the owners of Métier Cook's Supply welcome her for a pop-up pastry sale.

12:45PM Wed. Jan. 14, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Culinary Ladies of the Eighties - Amy Simmons
Amy Simmons always intended to be a woman of accomplishment, the kind of person who made a mark in her community, like the working mother who raised her. Even when Amy chose not to attend medical school after graduating from Tufts University in order to sell ice cream, she still had a plan.

2:45PM Mon. Jan. 12, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

UPDATED Food-o-File: Friday Lagniappe
Sometimes there is too much Austin food news to squeeze into the print edition of the Chronicle. Rather than wait a week, we've decided to give our readers a little bite of something extra.

12:00PM Sat. Jan. 10, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Austin Restaurants Star on TV in 2015
Both the Food Network and Bravo TV opened their 2015 seasons with programs prominently featuring food from Austin restaurants. Local examples of pizza, burgers, brisket, sharable plates, and paella were definitely ready for their close-up.

12:15PM Fri. Jan. 9, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

First Look: Fork & Vine
Chef/owner Camden Stuerzenberger loves living in North Shoal Creek, but as a veteran of downtown kitchens (Hickory Street, Bess Bistro), he lamented his neighborhood's lack of options for a quiet post-work glass of wine. Who wants to relax over drinks after a long day, only to embark on a long commute afterward?

9:00AM Mon. Jan. 5, Adrienne Whitehorse Read More | Comment »

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Food-o-File: Weekend Lagniappe
Sometimes there is too much Austin food news to squeeze into the print edition of the Chronicle. Rather than wait a week, we've decided to give our readers a little bite of something extra.

11:30AM Sat. Jan. 3, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Food-o-File
Our print issue will be devoted to our annual Top 10s, but that doesn't mean Austin's food news stops.

3:00PM Tue. Dec. 30, 2014, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Holiday Dinner for the Slacker
It's the holidays, and you want to relax. Rest assured, your family and friends don't care. They just want to party, and they're looking at you like you are a member of the Donner Party. Never fear – just because you're lazy doesn't mean you can't pull off a holiday meal. We're sorry, but you're going to have to go to the grocery store.

10:00AM Wed. Dec. 24, 2014, Andrew Thomas Read More | Comment »

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