It seems that since March 7, when flames ripped Mother's Cafe from our lives, the Hyde Park area has experienced a cloud of craving for tempeh enchiladas. The ironic accident of one homeless man's quest for a steak has created a serious dearth of veggie delectables. In Mother's absence, the health-food heart of Austin has grown fonder. For this memorable appeal, we offer a shout-out not only for Mother's missed food but its ability to remain an old-Austin staple even currently covered in ash. With slow and steady progress, they hope to reopen by the time this issue hits the streets. Time will tell. Visit Mother's website to find out how to show your support and pour some carrot juice out for your lost homey.
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