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Austinites love local, fresh foods and doing the food-truck shuffle
Food Column  September 10, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Hearty congratulations to Carla Jenkins and the Cedar Park Farms to Market (11200 Lake­line Mall Dr., Cedar Park, for being voted the No. 1 farmers' market in Texas and No..."

Ingredient Fatigue
A restaurant critic's lament
Food Story  February 5, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...In the space of a week at the end of August 2014, I had occasion to try three new Austin eateries that make an effort to embrace a farm-to-table, seasonal locavore aesthetic. At each meal, the proteins were served with some variation of eggplant and okra..."

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More foodie showcases to fill stomachs and calendars
Food Column  June 25, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Enjoy the final two Urban Roots Community Lunches at the farm (7651 Delwau) with chef Rene Ortiz of La Condesa (June 25) and chef Ethan Holmes of Snap Kitchen (July 9). $10 donation – make reservations at"

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Check out this week's menu for lunch, happy hour, dinner, and more
Food Column  June 18, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• The Community Lunch series continues at the Urban Roots farm (7651 Delwau) with chef Jack Gilmore of Jack Allen's Kitchen preparing the meal. $10 donation; make reservations and get directions at"

Rachael Ray enjoys herself in Austin, and wholesale and online custom bakeries proliferate
Food Column  March 27, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...While thousands of loyal fans were trying to snag invitations to her big party at Maggie Mae's last week, media queen Rachael Ray, her musician husband John Cusimano, and a film crew from her Rachael's Vacation program were enjoying a delectable farm-to-table meal prepared by Dai Due chef/owner Jesse Griffiths at our favorite urban organic garden, Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons, 926-4650, The crew also visited Olivia (2043 S..."

Green Corn Project Fundraiser
Sunday, Oct. 21, noon-4pm
Food Story  October 19, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The tastiest fall celebration in Austin has to be the annual Green Corn Project fundraiser on the tree-shaded grounds at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons Rd.). GCP is an all-volunteer nonprofit that installs organic gardens for disadvantaged and disabled Austinites..."

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June 29-July 5
Food Column  June 29, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Growing a new generation of farmers for Central Texas is of vital importance to anyone interested in eating locally. The Texas Organic Farmers & Growers Association will sponsor two New Farmers Workshops this weekend for the next generation of farmers, serious gardeners, and interested consumers..."

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June 15-21
Food Column  June 15, 2007
"...Harvest of a bountiful tomato crop has begun at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons Rd., 926-4650), and they'll celebrate with a Tomato Festival this weekend. Irish musician Jeff Moore will provide authentic Celtic music (9-10am), while folks shop for summer bounty, tour the farm, and visit with the famous denizens of the henhouse..."

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April 5-13
Food Column  April 6, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Celebrate the beginning of strawberry-picking season at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons Rd., 926-4650) at their Strawberry Festival. The folk group Hand Me Down will be on hand to provide live music from 9 to 10am, and the farm stand will be packed with the abundance of the season..."

Feds' Animal ID Program Raises Ruckus Among Small Farmers
National Animal Identification System favors factory farms over Ma and Pa
News Story  March 17, 2006, by Frank Rivera
"...Carol Ann Sayles, co-owner with her husband Larry Butler of East Austin's landmark organic Boggy Creek Farm, is surrounded by a clucking mob. She spreads freshly harvested lettuce and escarole, as her henhouse descends into lunchtime disorder..."

Austin cannot live on Bread Alone, alone, in this week's "Food-o-File."
Food Column  December 6, 2002, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Join the folks at Asti Trattoria & Wine Bar (43rd & Duval, 451-1218) for a Farm to Table Dinner on Tuesday evening, Dec. 10, at 7pm..."

"Talk about your big party weekends," writes Virginia B. Wood in this week's "Food-o-File." "If you don't find some great food and wine to enjoy with this lineup available, you're just not trying hard enough!"
Food Column  October 11, 2002, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Sunday afternoon, Oct. 13, noon-5pm, spend a delightful fall afternoon at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons, 926-4650) for the Green Corn Project fundraiser..."

What foodies are reading, and updates on local culinary news.
Food Column  March 16, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Taste is a big, glossy quarterly that features food essays, restaurant stories, recipe features, travel pieces, a focus on artisan food producers around the country, and plenty of beautiful full-color photography. Check out the spring issue of Taste with Vermont's finest artisan cheeses on the cover and a Deborah Madison story about farm fresh eggs, featuring Austin's own beloved Boggy Creek Farm..."

Cuisines editor Virginia B. Wood explains why Austin is home away from home for several French chefs and updates readers on local restaurant changes.
Food Column  April 21, 2000, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Clinical herbalist Ginger Webb, owner of Grassroots Botanicals, will lead a series of herb walks at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons, 926-4650) from 10-11am on the mornings of Wednesday, April 19 and May 10, as well as Saturday, May 13. Webb will take participants on a walk around the historic five-acre East Austin farm, identifying native and adapted herb species and explaining both their medicinal and nutritional uses..."

Farmers First
On the Stump
News Story  October 16, 1998, by Lisa Tozzi
"...Standing by a flickering backyard torch light in his jeans, crisp white button-down shirt and tie at a pot luck supper at Austin's Boggy Creek farm, Patterson spoke recently about the key to saving rural Texas -- "supporting the 'kiddos'" in farming. In some rural areas, he says, the chief source of income for residents is Social Security payments..."

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Local foodie events for the week of Nov. 6
Food Column  November 5, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Inherit Austin invites you to Somewhere in Time, a benefit for the Heritage Society of Austin at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons) with a tour of the historic farmhouse, dinner by Gina Burchenal of the Moveable Feast, and a silent auction. $250 for two-ticket VIP sponsorships, $75 for individuals..."

What to eat and who to see during the Texas Book Festival, November 6-7; how to procure the first certified organic beef in the state of Texas; and updates on local restaurant news.
Food Column  November 5, 1999, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Richard and Peggy Sechrist's TDA-certified organic beef is available at Homestead Healthy Foods (1313 W. Live Oak in Fredericksburg, 888/861-5670) along with food items created by other area organic producers such as Boggy Creek Farm's line of smoke-dried tomato products, Hairston Creek's preserves and Pure Luck's award-winning goat cheeses..."

The Green Gourmet
Screens Story  April 11, 1997
"...The former commercial photographer segued into a cooking career so she could spend more time at home with her young son. After cooking for clients and teaching classes at venues as diverse as Fall Creek Vineyards, Central Market, and Boggy Creek Farm, Welsch saw a cooking show as the next logical step..."

Sarah's Party, a benefit for Sarah Rowland of Hairston Creek Farm, will feature locally produced foods and beverages and a silent auction
Food Column  May 23, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...No sooner were the finishing touches put on last week's very successful Stephen Is One in a Million benefit than I began getting e-mail messages that an equally important member of another local constituency is seriously ill. Gary and Sarah Rowland are one of four couples who pioneered the modern organic farm and farmers' market movement in Central Texas in the early Nineties..."

Local restaurants offer recession-friendly options
Food Column  February 13, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...I dropped by two of the fabulous Guess Who's Coming to Dinner parties benefiting Project Transitions last Satur­day. The first one featured a stellar five-course meal prepared and hosted by four gifted members of Austin's Les Dames d'Escoffier chapter: chefs Alma Alcocer-Thomas, Terry Wilson, Kristine Kittrell, and Denise Woods at the historic Josephine House in Clarksville, and the other was hosted by Wes and Emily Marshall and Boggy Creek Farm owners Carol Ann Sayle and Larry Butler in the farmstand, where guests dined al fresco on an all-local meal prepared by chef Jesse Griffiths..."

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