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Baked Brie Recipe from Austin Executive Chef
“I find that every time I make this, it ends up being the thing I want all to myself, but usually only make when I have people over! It’s a simple dish that takes only a few minutes to prepare, a few minutes to cook, and it’s something that I can eat while Netflixing all day.” – Jo Chan, executive chef at Eberly (www.eberlyaustin.com)

8:16AM Tue. Mar. 31, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Make This Limoncello Recipe from Austin's Il Brutto at Home
Limoncello, an Italian lemon liqueur, is a perfect accoutrement or add-in for all sorts of dishes and drinks – try it with mixed berries, seafood salad, cheesecake squares, bourbon iced tea, or even just mixed with sparkling water and served over ice.

7:34PM Mon. Mar. 30, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Austin Craft Brewers vs COVID-19: Austin Beerworks and Jester King
By now you’ve read everything you need to know about COVID-19. And yet that seems to change almost hourly, and in a way that’s nearly impossible to keep up with:

2:45PM Fri. Mar. 27, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

The Foodservice Community: Keeping It Together
We’ve told you about some of the many fierce and generous efforts that are filling bellies and warming hearts throughout the ATX. But it ain’t over yet; there’s still a ways to go with this virus thing; so maybe some more about innovative solidarity and people doing whatever-they-can-for-each-other?

5:15PM Thu. Mar. 26, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

These Austin Restaurants Are Standing Up for Their Staff During COVID-19 Pandemic
Everyone is struggling during this pandemic, but COVID-19 has hit the service industry particularly hard. Many restaurants have closed, and those still open have had to reduce their operations, leading to less work and less money for servers, bartenders, and kitchen staff.

8:01AM Thu. Mar. 26, Zelly Martin Read More | Comment »

How Choosing Colorful Foods Can Promote Health
Editor’s note: This story was written before the COVID-19 pandemic struck Austin in full force, but even as we’re struggling with the new realities of shelter-in-place isolation, considering the types of food we’re eating remains important.

12:00PM Wed. Mar. 25, Jessi Devenyns Read More | Comment »

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Treaty Oak Distilling: Pre-Order & Pickup Grocery Service
Hope springs eternal, and Dripping Springs is eternally (or at least for the foreseeable future) blessed with this former-ranch-turned-distillery that we can’t wait to get back to for some R&R once this viral mess and its terrible consequences are last month’s news. But look at what they’re doing now:

12:15PM Tue. Mar. 24, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Are Austin Restaurants Too Small To Fail?
You know how it is right now. We know how it is right now. And our friends at the Austin Food & Wine Alliance, reeling from the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic, are letting us know how it is all around – in no uncertain terms.

5:40PM Mon. Mar. 23, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Nic Patrizi Opens Industry Soup Kitchen in East Austin
Many of us have been holding our breath: too anxious to sleep, full of dread even as we know there are so many less privileged, and feeling like our community will be treading water for an indeterminate amount of time.

1:50PM Sat. Mar. 21, Alex Detmar Read More | Comment »

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