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10:00AM Mon. Apr. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Magnolia Cafe West Closes for Good
Full disclosure: I worked as a waiter at the Magnolia Cafe on Lake Austin Boulevard for 12 years. This will be a bit more than another objective piece of journalism.

8:00AM Mon. Apr. 20, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Mi Madre’s 30th Anniversary and Margarita Kits
This month Manor Road veteran restaurant Mi Madre’s celebrates their 30th anniversary. Owners Aurelio and Rosa Torres opened their doors in 1990 as a 10-seat “taco shop,” and this beloved Tex-Mex spot (twice renovated to make room for more fans) has become an East Austin favorite.

2:00PM Sat. Apr. 18, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Intero Shares Risotto Recipe and Food Saving Pro Tips
Chef Ian Thurwachter and chocolatier/pastry chef Krystal Craig – Austin natives, Intero co-owners, and husband and wife team – are dedicated to honoring every ingredient while utilizing Italian techniques to create seasonal dishes.

2:00PM Fri. Apr. 17, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Sonya Coté’s Comforting Curried Yellow Corn Grits Recipe
The executive chef and owner of Eden East, Sonya Coté, says: “Note to the home cook: I’m always pushing to support local, so the recommended grits in this recipe are what makes the dish so fresh and comforting. If you cannot for the life of you find Texas yellow corn grits and absolutely have to substitute, then I guess you can use Bob’s Red Mill.”

8:00AM Thu. Apr. 16, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Austin Craft Brewers vs. COVID-19: (512) Brewing and The Brewtorium
I mean, hasn’t this weather been just fantastic? There is platinum-grade beer drinking weather happening right now in this big, beautiful, and circumstantially peaceful city at a time when, well, most of you have nothing but time to drink all day.

12:45PM Tue. Apr. 14, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

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Dear Diary Coffeehouse Is Open for Business
Amalia Litsa didn’t plan on debuting her cafe, Dear Diary Coffeehouse, in the midst of a coronavirus shutdown. The longtime Austinite is fierce, not insane.

10:45AM Sun. Apr. 12, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Brown Girls Food Club Builds Community Through Food
On a windy February afternoon, women fill the wooden picnic tables of Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food. Pockets of laughter and discussion fill the East Austin food truck lot, followed by the silence that undeniably delicious food causes – you know the kind.

7:00AM Sat. Apr. 11, Gianni Zorrilla Read More | Comment »

Two Barbecue Recipes Guaranteed to Improve Your Weekend
Congratulations! You made it to the weekend and that’s reason enough to barbecue (not that frivolities like days of the week matter). Evan LeRoy, chef/co-owner of LeRoy and Lewis, shared his recipes for BBQ Cassoulet and Moo Shu Pulled Pork. Now all you have to decide is how much barbecue you need to guarantee leftovers.

4:59PM Fri. Apr. 10, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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