Hot Sauce Recap and Best of Austin 2010

There's a lot of stuff going on in Chronicle land!

Whoooo boy it's been a heck of a week!

Straight out of our 20th annual Hot Sauce Fest and right on into our 2010 Best of Austin issue! We have been busy little bees around here and are only getting busier.

Let's recap shall we?

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Last Sunday, August 29, we hosted our 20th Annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival in Waterloo Park. The weather was hot but not nearly as hot as some of the spicy sauces served up that day. Over 14,000 people attended and donated 23,766 pounds of food and $16,845 in cash. All donations benefit the Capital Area Food Bank.

For a full list of winners make sure to check out www.austinchronicle.com/hotsauce

Today we released our 2010 Best of Austin issue where we publish the results from our Best of Austin Critics and Readers polls. This is a big issue with a ton of great info on everything that makes Austin so amazing. Make sure that you go pick up your copy of this issue today because these ALWAYS leave the racks quickly!

www.austinchronicle.com/bestof

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