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Houston Men Reunite Over Texas Wine
Alphonse Dotson (shown here with his wife Martha) with Damian Mandola both grew up in the wards of Houston. Damian’s grandfather owned the grocery stores that Alphonse’s parents shopped at. “They were a blessing for us because they were the first grocers that would give us credit,” Alphonse explained.

5:28PM Wed. May 16, 2012, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

First Look at Whole Foods Bee Cave
The folks from the Bee Caves Whole Foods were kind enough to give a few of us a peak at their new 35,000 square foot store. It officially opens on Wednesday, May 16 at 7:30am with a bread breaking, followed by doors opening at 8am.

2:52PM Sat. May 12, 2012 Read More | Comment »

Twisted X Brewing Company Celebrates First Year, Tex-Mex Style
It was definitely starting to feel like summer at Twisted X Brewing Company’s first anniversary/Cinco De Mayo celebration- good thing there was plenty of beer to counteract the heat.

4:40PM Tue. May 8, 2012, Meghan Ruth Speakerman Read More | Comment »

Doing What We Mustard
You wouldn’t think there'd be so many different kinds of mustard in the world.

1:44PM Mon. May 7, 2012, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Mark Oldman a Hit at Food and Wine Festival
Author Mark Oldman drew his normal standing room only crowd to taste some spectacular rosé wines at the Austin Food and Wine Festival. People loved Oldman's hilarious stories (especially minor run-ins with the law), but they also left with important information about how to sensibly drink pink. [video-1]

12:31PM Mon. Apr. 30, 2012, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Festival Highlights
The Austin Food and Wine Festival offered some delicious drinks and for some reason, the libation lines were short. On the other hand, the food lines were monumental, so the easy solution was to stick with the drinks.

5:03PM Sun. Apr. 29, 2012, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

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11:09AM Fri. Apr. 27, 2012, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Coyote Creek: Small Farm, Large Impact
Discussions of organic food, agricultural sustainability, and humane farming abound in circles whose fortes range from culinary masterpieces to economic growth.

10:01AM Wed. Apr. 25, 2012, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

A Glimmer of Tasty Hope in a Small Town
Wimberley is known for its beautiful hillside scenery, gorgeous rivers and creeks, and some of the best gift shopping in central Texas. Restaurants like New Braunfel’s Gristmill and Driftwood’s Salt Lick draw crowds from hundreds of miles away.

3:18PM Tue. Apr. 24, 2012, Meghan Ruth Speakerman Read More | Comment »

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