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Weekend Wine: Boxed Wines for the Current Reality
Well, here we are, stuck in COVID-19 hell. All of us are worried about shortages of food and household supplies, and many of us have been hit by the big whammy of a volatile personal money supply.

8:06AM Sat. Apr. 4, Wes Marshall Read More | Comment »

Drinking, Writing, Staying Sober
There’s more reason to do some committed drinking right now, I’ll suggest, than ever before.

4:30PM Fri. Apr. 3, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Olive & Rosemary Focaccia Recipe from Le Politique’s Pastry Chef
Not only does this recipe yield some delicious bread (with plenty of options for flavor substitutions), it’s a perfect rainy day activity. Le Politique’s pastry chef Melissa Carroll shares her adaptation of Samin Nosrat’s recipe from Salt Fat Acid Heat.

6:31PM Thu. Apr. 2, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Antonelli’s x Essex Street: Behind-the-Scenes Cheese Tour
Austin’s fiercest cheesemongers team up with Essex Street Cheese’s Rachel Juhl to provide this virtual but actual-cheese-enhanced world tour to turn your Saturday night into a shelter-in-place paradise of dairy-based goodness.

5:00PM Wed. Apr. 1, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Alamo Drafthouse Releases Buffalo Cauliflower Recipe
For those just returning to this planet from a month-long journey to Neverland, Alamo Drafthouse is temporarily closed nationwide due to, well, you know.

3:17PM Wed. Apr. 1, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Chicken and Dumplings Recipe from Chef Amanda Rockman
Spring might’ve sprung, but Central Texas nights are still on the chilly side of summer. New Waterloo’s corporate pastry chef Amanda Rockman shared her recipe for Chicken and Dumplings that she made just last night with her husband Nick. Enjoy her “Southern Matzah Ball Soup” with white wine.

4:50PM Tue. Mar. 31, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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Austin Craft Brewers vs COVID-19: Vista Brewing and Hops & Grain
Right click. Save as “Kickass.” File to “Y’all.” I haven’t felt this great about the communal spirit since the Franklin Barbecue Line Cam. This is community service at its best, and it’s all because y’all have continued to support the most brittle of economic engines – the independently-owned craft beer scene – before it stalls out on us for good.

4:13PM Tue. Mar. 31, Eric Puga Read More | Comment »

Free Eastciders for the Service Industry
Those fermented-applemongers of Austin Eastciders, recognizing that the food & hospitality sector is struggling especially hard in our current coronavirus-throttled situation, have opened their hearts and golden liquid orchards to provide a free six-pack of their tasty cider to-go, for all unemployed bar and restaurant workers.

2:30PM Tue. Mar. 31, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

ATX Living Room Picnic Brings Austin Together While Supporting Local Business
The usual Austin springtime picnic is moving from Zilker Park to the comfort of your living room. It’s just you and your quarantine company, some good take-out, and local music. All these ingredients add up to the ATX Living Room Picnic.

11:10AM Tue. Mar. 31, Sofia Tafich Read More | Comment »

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