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JuiceLand’s Liquid Gold Drop Health Drink Recipe
Matt Shook, founder of JuiceLand (you know, the Austin-based company known for fresh, cold-pressed juices, superfood smoothies, immune-boosting shots, and a plant-based menu) shared one of their favorite recipes that’s great for the home kitchen.

9:30AM Wed. Apr. 22, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

From the Frontlines: A Server Shares Her Experience Working at a Local Restaurant
[Editor’s Note: Our love for (and dependence on) restaurants has never been more apparent. Since the mandatory restrictions, hospitality folks are reinventing their models to continue offering Austinites access to food via takeout and curbside, or in some cases, temporarily shuttering the business entirely.

7:00AM Wed. Apr. 22, Zelly Martin Read More | Comment »

Make Your Own Loquat Upside Down Cake
Loquat trees are everywhere in Austin, but you never really notice until this time of year. Those yellow fruits are bountiful at the moment, so if you can’t get strawberries from Instacart until a week from now, why not use the loquats in your backyard before the squirrels get to them?

5:00PM Tue. Apr. 21, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Help upEats ATX Help Austin’s Small Restaurants
A new community-built list – upEats ATX or Under Promoted Eats ATX – is giving some love and support to Austin’s small local restaurants that don’t have publicist help or a large social media presence.

3:30PM Tue. Apr. 21, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Plow Bao Shares Its Vegan Beef & Broccoli Recipe
Joyce Ni, proprietor of Plow Bao, shares her vegan beef and broccoli recipe: "This was our very first rice dish that we debuted when we added the rotating rice entrees onto our new menu."

1:20PM Tue. Apr. 21, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

An Intermediate's Guide to Marijuana Edibles
Today I watched a dove fly back and forth between our tree and the neighbor’s pile of dead grass, cheerfully singing as it carried, blade by blade, the materials for a new nest. Her coos drowned out the shrill saws and banging hammers of nearby condo construction and daydreaming about her babies reinforced for me why doves symbolize peace. I was very high.

7:16PM Mon. Apr. 20, Alice B. Toker Read More | Comment »

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Threadgill’s Old No. 1 Closes Permanently
Threadgill’s, the Southern-fried eatery that’s long existed as a paragon of old Austin culture, will not reopen. Founder Eddie Wilson confirmed the news to the Chronicle on Sunday. By then, he'd already begun working with an agent to sell the property at 6416 N. Lamar.

2:25PM Mon. Apr. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Austin Craft Brewers vs. COVID-19: Hi Sign and St. Elmo Brewing
The one known constant of Twitter is its rampant fecklessness, but I did read something pretty amusing on that platform the other night, micro-authored by St. Louis Post-Dispatch restaurant critic Ian Froeb, who predicted: “The cocktails-to-go genie ain’t going back in the bottle.”

1:45PM Mon. Apr. 20, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

How to Craft a Quarantine Pipe Out of Your Random Fruits and Veggies
For this first time in modern history, it’s wholly inadvisable to pass pipes with your friends on 4/20.

11:30AM Mon. Apr. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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