Daily Food
High School Sophomore Fundraises to Feed Hungry Students
When times are hard, we look for the helpers. Setting a great example for us all is a local 10th grader who spends his free time raising money to help kids facing food insecurity. Ben Hofer, 15 years old, is in his third year of successful fundraising and this year he’s partnered with Central Texas Food Bank to really amp up the critical mission.

7:16AM Wed. Nov. 25, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Recipe: Spicy Pimento Cheese
Looking for a punchy dip to pair with a refreshing rosé? Brooke Hester, co-owner of C.L. Butaud Wines, shares the recipe to a Southern favorite.

6:13PM Tue. Nov. 24 Read More | Comment »

Fluff Meringues’ Thai Summer Salad
This is one of my favorite summery salads. It’s incredibly flavorful and just delightful, especially in the warmer months when you don’t want something too heavy.

4:21PM Tue. Nov. 24, Kristin Collins Read More | Comment »

Argentine Favorites From Buenos Aires Café
Mother-daughter co-owners Chef Reina Morris and Paola Guerrero-Smith of Buenos Aires Café are celebrating 15 years in business this year by staying busy and cooking the classics.

3:16PM Tue. Nov. 24 Read More | Comment »

Nix on the Flix, Farm to Market Shutters, Sazan Hires a Hammond, Taste of Texas Extended
Here’s your Food News Buffet for the fourth week of November in the Year of COVID-19, as we shamble toward a Thanksgiving weekend unlike any we’ve known before. Here’s the latest of what’s happening in town, culled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings.

11:00AM Tue. Nov. 24, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Texas Food & Wine Alliance: Taste of Texas Auction
Sure, you might know somebody who wouldn’t enjoy a romantic Texas getaway for a weekend. You might know somebody who would prefer to never have a remarkable epicurean experience. Hell, you might even know somebody who totally hates gourmet gift baskets, right?

10:30AM Fri. Nov. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Texas Wine for the Holidays
Fall Creek Winery makes some of Texas’s most famous wines. More importantly, owners Susan and Ed Auler have invested enormous amounts of their personal money and time in helping to show that great wines can come from Texas.

7:14AM Fri. Nov. 20, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Tito’s Vodka Funds Local Community Gardens
Community gardens don’t just provide a hobby for green thumbs with extra time; they are also a vital source of fresh produce for their surrounding community. During the pandemic, as food insecurity has risen, that role has proven more and more integral.

2:36PM Thu. Nov. 19, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

More Closings, Some Openings, Kristen Kish, Thai Ice Creams, Texas Wines, and the Spice Must Flow
Here’s your Food News Buffet for the third week of November in this Year of COVID-19, culled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings.

2:00PM Wed. Nov. 18, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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