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Cooking for One: Three Easy Sauces to Keep Things Interesting
Kristin Collins, owner of Fluff Meringues & More, offers three easy sauces that pair wonderfully with all sorts of proteins, veggies, and pantry staples to make cooking for one, particularly during a pandemic, a little more interesting.

4:13PM Fri. Apr. 10, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Recipe Videos? From Suerte, Barley Swine, and More?
Premise: The only thing better than helping others is helping others and simultaneously scoring something awesome for yourself.

6:00PM Thu. Apr. 9, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Salmon Hash Tacos Recipe by Veracruz All Natural
You don’t have to go the extra mile and smoke your own salmon like Veracruz All Natural owner Reyna Vazquez did, impressive though it is. You can just use her recommended spice mixture for a quick grill or bake. Either way, Vazquez knows how to make a damn good hash to go with any protein of your choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

8:38AM Thu. Apr. 9, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

From the Coronavirus Frontlines: Wheatsville Co-op
Grocery stores have always been an essential part of modern living, but during a pandemic, it’s even more apparent how extremely important they are. Every day, employees like the folks at Wheatsville Co-op are putting their own health at risk to allow Austinites access to fresh food and household necessities. In our book, that means they’re heroes.

6:03PM Wed. Apr. 8, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

No Need for Hoarding: Foolproof Tips for Cooking With Pantry Staples
If you’re like me and just recently graduated (literally, and from the era of reheated pizza for breakfast) to serious cookery, self-isolation in the time of coronavirus poses an interesting challenge.

3:34PM Wed. Apr. 8, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Austin Craft Brewers vs. COVID-19: Zilker Brewing and Nomadic Beerworks
Maybe you’re about to pour a big ole mug of beer as I’m about to, because it seems like everything out there from our local breweries are those big ole beers, referred to by professional beer knowers as “crowlers” – a 32 oz. “canned growler.”

3:15PM Wed. Apr. 8, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

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Siete Foods’ Recipes for Grain- and Dairy-Free Mexican-Inspired Dishes
Austin-based Latinx food brand Siete Family Foods makes healthier versions of Mexican American heritage flavors with products like grain-free chips (made with avocado oil) and grain-free tortillas, hot sauces, sprouted bean dip, and cashew queso.

1:43PM Wed. Apr. 8, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Eric Silverstein Has Three Businesses, and Three Different Rent Situations
Running three hospitality businesses in Austin during the COVID-19 pandemic is already a complicated situation, but when it comes to keeping up with property costs like rent, Eric Silverstein is dealing with three unique scenarios.

12:32PM Wed. Apr. 8, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Burnt Basque Cheesecake Recipe From Basil Flower Patisserie
Manisri Sivaraju, owner of Basil Flower Patisserie, is a self-taught baker and organic gardener based in Cedar Park, and she uses her garden produce in her cooking and baking. She posted this delectable cheesecake on her Instagram, saying it’s “the easiest cake I ever made, and I love the taste, too.”

11:45AM Wed. Apr. 8, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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