Daily Food
First Look: Salvation Pizza
The aromas of Italian herbs dance their way around the room. Caruso croons over bar chatter. Pizza dough twirls though the air. Er – scratch that. At Rainey Street's newest pizza parlor, you won't see chefs spinning discs of dough. Gazing across the dining room and into the open kitchen, you'll instead see them punching – or "hand-pounding" – it.

2:00PM Thu. Apr. 2, Adrienne Whitehorse Read More | Comment »

Austin: Now With More Italy
Chef and restaurateur Andrew Curren of Italic and Andrew Sabola of Gelateria Gemelli may not be acquainted, but both their new Austin enterprises were inspired by sojourns in Italy. Now, Austinites are the beneficiaries.

2:45PM Wed. Apr. 1, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Eat the Vote
If there’s one thing that Sarah Palin and we agree on, it’s that “We need a foreign policy that distinguishes America's friends from her enemies.” Wait, that’s not it. It’s that voting is fundamental to our democracy. That’s why we are doing our civic duty and voting for Food and Wine’s People’s Best New Chef.

12:25PM Wed. Apr. 1, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Austin Beer Guide Steps Right Up
Ever wonder what Austin’s Pulitzer-caliber journos massively fuss about in between critiquing style guides and inventing niche culinary trends? Well, the Austin Beer Guide release party of course.

12:15PM Tue. Mar. 31, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

Untapped Festival Austin Untaps Beer List
Indie music and craft beer are the most natural of companions, with their proletariat attitudes, conflicted commercial-success ethos, and facial hair heroics, it's a wonder that it took so long for them to make a rad little hipster baby in Austin.

11:00AM Mon. Mar. 30, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

Pancakes and Philanthropy at Kerbey Lane
Some folks mark their 35th birthday with Botox and Pinot, and some mark it by maxing out the Amex on moisture-wicking golf separates. Luckily for the United Way for Greater Austin, Kerbey Lane Cafe is a lot less self-involved. To celebrate their upcoming anniversary, Kerbey Lane is going all Bill and Melinda Gates.

9:30AM Mon. Mar. 30, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

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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.

4:50PM Fri. Mar. 27, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Baking From Back in the Day
Cheryl and Griffith Day based their Savannah, Georgia, bakery on treasured family recipes and Southern charm, creating a beloved community institution in the process. Their second cookbook, Back in the Day Bakery: Made With Love (Artisan, 312 pp, $24.95) carries on the tradition.

12:00PM Fri. Mar. 27, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

Support Your Local Farmer at Farmgrass Fest
If our urban farm movement is ever to become as emblematic of modern Austin's zeitgeist as our treasured live music scene, local foodies will need to rally around area farmers in much the same way Austin music fans lavish love on local musicians. Farmgrass Fest 2015 and the VIP gala beforehand are good places to start.

4:20PM Thu. Mar. 26, Virginia B. Wood Read More | Comment »

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