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Austin Artisans Score Good Food Awards
With media organizations lately exploring the concept of “alternative facts” and Taylor Swift’s non-attendance at the Women’s March, it’s nice to hear news that does not feel like a prologue to On the Beach. And it is especially welcome to hear that the news is that some of our favorite local artisans won Good Food Awards this year.

12:34PM Mon. Jan. 23, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Austin Food + Wine Festival Announces 2017 Talent
Here’s our suggestion. Stock up on extra-absorbent paper towels and cue up the Ann Peebles. Or deeply concentrate on a statue of Bacchus or the Green Man or Sucellus (or Padma Lakshmi, whatever) while reciting a spell. We all need to work together to make sure the rain doesn’t wash out the Austin Food + Wine Festival again.

12:01AM Thu. Jan. 19, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

Austin Food + Wine Festival Announces 2017 Talent
 
Food Gift Guide: Self Care Edition
A lot of folks will tell you it’s better to give than receive. That may be true, but after a rough 2016 you deserve a little something too. Our advice? After politely telling your aunt you lovvvvveee that bedazzled sweater, return that sucker and use the money for something better.

1:00PM Thu. Dec. 22, 2016, Sierra Diaz Read More | Comment »

Bending Branch Makes White Wines, Too
Unless you have lived in Uruguay for the last two decades, you might have missed one of the great red wine grapes currently experiencing a worldwide reawakening.

9:45AM Fri. Dec. 16, 2016, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Cochon555 Heritage BBQ Is All About the Old-School Pork
Like that scene from The Lion in Winter, where Peter O’Toole as King Henry dismisses an event as occurring only “When pigs fly.” And Katharine Hepburn, as Henry’s estranged wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, replies “There’ll be pork in the trees come morning.”

10:00AM Wed. Nov. 23, 2016, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Stress-Free Thanksgiving Meal
So what if you've only got a week before Thanksgiving. There's no need to freak out. With plenty of traditional Thanksgiving options and some not-so traditional, Austin eateries have you covered with take-home Thanksgiving dinner, sides, and desserts that will impress even your most fussy aunt.

2:30PM Wed. Nov. 16, 2016, Sierra Diaz Read More | Comment »

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Cookbook Authors Come to Olamaie, Josephine House
If you love cookbooks, this is the week for you. Not only is the Texas Book Festival coming to Austin this weekend, but the calendar is packed with special events from authors both appearing at the cooking tent and not. Events featuring Marcus Samuelsson and Hank Shaw have already sold out, but there’s still a couple of opportunities to get your cookbook on.

2:00PM Fri. Nov. 4, 2016, Sierra Diaz Read More | Comment »

Austin Food & Wine Alliance Releases Wine & Swine Menu
Y’all might not know it yet, but on November 20, you’re gonna let out a slow daaaannnnnggggg! That’s because 22 chefs will be converging on Star Hill Ranch for Wine & Swine in the Hill Country to compete for $1,500 from Tender Belly and raise funds for Austin Food & Wine Alliance’s culinary grant program.

10:15AM Wed. Nov. 2, 2016, Brandon Watson Read More | Comment »

First Look: Eberly
A mix of Victorian and midcentury modern, Eberly embellishes its design with elaborate plaster pieces and custom tile work throughout three spaces found in the restaurant. Eberly’s concept pays homage to Angelina Eberly who rebelled against President Sam Houston by firing a cannon to prevent a riot and keep Austin as the capital of Texas.

3:45PM Tue. Oct. 18, 2016, Sierra Diaz Read More | Comment »

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