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SXSW Panel Recap: Women Who Create and Curate Culinary Careers
Elle Simone Scott led the panel discussion "Women Who Create and Curate Culinary Careers," on Monday. The founder of SheChef Inc., a membership-based professional networking organization for female chefs of color and their allies, was joined by three fellow female food peers.

2:24PM Tue. Mar. 13, Adrienne Whitehorse Read More | Comment »

Sisters Are Cookin’ It for Yourselves
Some idiot somewhere opined that women can never be half the chefs that men are – but let’s never mind whoever that fuckwit might have been. Especially because it’s International Women’s Day here, just like it is everywhere else – thus the “International” part – but, in Austin, it’s also International Day Before SXSW Starts.

2:45PM Thu. Mar. 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Virginia Wood, Champion of the Austin Food Community, Dies at 67
Virginia B. Wood, the Chronicle’s food editor from 1997- 2014, died today in a San Antonio care facility. Wood’s close friend Pamela Nevarez-Fisher posted the news to Facebook this afternoon.

6:21PM Fri. Mar. 2, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

18 of the Best Margarita Flavors in Austin
The spring sun may not be out yet, but look on the bright side: It’s National Margarita Day! With Austin’s plethora of boozy options, we selected 18 margaritas with a flavor twist that will pour some sunshine on your day. Try your favorite or tour them all. Just remember to call a rideshare.

5:00PM Thu. Feb. 22, Acacia Coronado Read More | Comment »

Hot Luck Announces Chef and Music Lineup
Hot Luck's lineup announcement confirms what we’ve known since last year’s extravaganza: There’s no chance of a sophomore slump for the much-anticipated return of this food and music fest.

4:05PM Wed. Feb. 21, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

The Soup Peddler Yellow-Bikes Its Way to 16 Years
In most growing cities, the beloved funk is too often replaced by the corporate fake. Talk to anyone in this town who’s still crying over the lack of Les Amis and Liberty Lunch, for instance, and they’ll tell you that it’s true, it’s so sadly fucking true, of Austin. But it ain’t all gray skies, citizen.

11:45AM Wed. Feb. 21, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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Eight Classic Austin Burgers That Rival Whataburger
Whataburger’s Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit might be worthy of Food & Wine’s recent praises, but there are certainly better burgers in Austin.

11:20AM Wed. Feb. 21, Acacia Coronado Read More | Comment »

Weekend Wine
Poggio al Tesoro is relatively young as European wineries go. This Italian winery was created in 2002 and has grown to 170+ acres of prime Bolgheri vineyards.

7:00AM Sat. Feb. 17, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Essential Food for Chinese New Year in Austin
During Chinese New Year – celebrated on Friday, Feb. 16 this year – it’s important to reflect on things that matter like family, friends, and all the hopes and wishes for the upcoming year. But, it’s absolutely paramount to do all of these things over a good meal.

2:00PM Thu. Feb. 15, Mae Hamilton Read More | Comment »

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