Decoding Land Use and the DipDipDip Tatsu-ya Experience on The Austin Chronicle Show

Nothing to sweat here

Do you feel hopelessly lost when it comes to the land use conversation? On this week's episode of The Austin Chronicle Show on KOOP Community Radio, City Hall reporter Austin Sanders explains what happened this week with the land development code revision, and what happens next in the process.

And in the second half of the program, Food Editor Jessi Cape explains why shabu-shabu – aka Japanese hot pot cooking – isn't nearly as intimidating as you think. In fact, it's really, really fun, which is why Austin Chronicle readers voted North Burnet shabu-shabu eatery DipDipDip Tatsu-ya the Best New Restaurant in our annual "Best of Austin" awards.

Host: Kim Jones. Guest: Austin Sanders, Jessi Cape Engineer: Evan Hearn. Theme music: Kevin Curtin and Jonas Wilson.

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