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Taquito Aviles
Getting our goat on Braker
Food Story  February 19, 2015, by Mick Vann
"...The menu is very complete for a taquería, but he also adds seasonal specials, based on what he finds at the market. During corn season he offers an exemplary elote, sweet caramelized grilled corn slathered with mayo, crema fresca, cheese, and chile, with a squeeze of lime..."

Second to Naan
Daawat's Southern Indian excels up north
Food Story  August 7, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...I'm addicted to this appetizer and could eat it by the bucket. The catfish pulusu ($11.99), an Andhra curry gravy on marinated catfish steaks, with pureed caramelized onion, tamarind, turmeric, chile, and curry leaf, was delicious enough to spoon like soup..."

Tickle the Ribs
The first annual 'Austin Chronicle' Invitational BBQ Beef Rib Smackdown
Food Story  January 17, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...Here are the questions we judges considered about what makes a great beef rib: Is it appealing, with a crusty, caramelized bark and a penetrating smoke ring? Is moistness evident, and are the fat and collagen rendered and melted? Are there visible "sugar cookies" (sweet, crunchy globules of caramelized fat and spice)? Is it tender, with the right balance of fat to lean? Does it have the ideal "watermelon bite" or pull from the bone? Does the rib have a seductive aroma of hardwood smoke and caramelized sugars and spice with no bitterness? How prominent is the smoke, and does it complement the flavor? Does the beef flavor come through or is it subdued? Is the seasoning balanced and complementary? Is the beef rib a complete whole, with all taste elements contributing to the overall flavor?..."

There's a Seat for Everybody at This Table
Food Story  November 22, 2013, by Jessi Cape
"...Though Moosewood Collective is based in Ithaca, New York, their odes to vegetarian Southern comfort food have become staple recipes and regular "Blue Plate Specials." Appealing both in texture and flavor, the Dixie Tofu-Pecan Loaf proves a hearty late-fall entrée, excellent for a Thanksgiving table. The nutty flavor of toasted pecans pairs warmly with the herbal notes and creamy layers of Caramelized Onion Gravy (see recipe, p.50)...."

Fion Wine Pub & Bistro
Those living near Steiner Ranch have a treasure in their back yard
Food Review  February 27, 2009, by Wes Marshall
"...It offers two distinct concepts, though you can get either in both the bar/store area and in the bistro. The bar and late-night menu is high-end pub grub with an extra dash of creativity and offers items such as a cast-iron-skillet-seared 12-ounce skirt steak on crisp bread with caramelized onions and house fries ($11.95) or fresh Texas jalapeños stuffed with pork, chorizo, and queso served with seasonal grilled fruit ($6.95)..."

Echoes of Excellence
Louie's signature Mediterranean fare claims a strong spot in the city's collective gustatory memory, Rebecca Chastenet de Géry writes. Indeed for many Austinites, Louie's 106 provided initiation into the world of Spanish tapas and introduced the vibrant, if now omnipresent, "Mediterranean" cooking style.
Food Story  February 2, 2001
"...Garlic and rosemary were the leading components of the Linguine With Grilled Chicken ($14.25), a dish more satisfying than its name might indicate. The linguine were slick and just tender, the perfect roost for golden strips of rotisserie-grilled chicken and wisps of wilted baby spinach, all of it sealed together by caramelized garlic Pecorino cheese cream sauce...."

A Lazy Gourmet's Austin Christmas
Eight dining options to save you from cooking
DAILY Food  December 19, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...Le Politique will also be running a special Christmas Eve prix fixe dinner menu alongside their regular menu. For $70, guests will get a three-course meal of French classics, starting out with a traditional coquille made with seared scallops, cauliflower velouté, basil, and Serbian caviar, and ending with tarte tatin featuring a sablé breton, caramelized apple, bay leaf ice cream, and buckwheat butterscotch...."

Beyond the Latke
Five alternatives to everyone’s favorite Hanukkah dish
DAILY Food  December 6, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...Even if your mom is still angry at you for your failure to properly practice your instrument in elementary school, throwing away her hard-earned cello money, we bet you can win back her approval with a couple of flautas from What the Flauta?, a mini food truck bringing Asian fusion flare to the traditional canvas of wrapped protein and crispy tortilla. Live up to your name with the Cocky Chick – braised chicken, wild rice, and house fondue – or keep it in the family with the Uncle Phil’s Cheesesteak, stuffed with ribeye bulgogi, caramelized onion, bell pepper, and four cheese fondue..."

UZeat Serves Cultural Mash-Up Cuisine From Uzbekistan
Spicewood Springs eatery offers international fare that's complex, comforting, and delicious
Food Column  April 19, 2018, by Emily Beyda
"...He tells us that he chopped the meat for our preordered somsa. The dense dough of the savory pastries, whose caramelized onion and lamb filling is slick and redolent of fat, soaks up the juices, and the ensemble is held in place by an outer layer charred solid in a pan..."

Review: Bonhomie
Philip Speer brings friendly French to Austin
Food Story  June 1, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...Speer adds a few bits of fried octopus and crostini to the classic salade Lyonnaise, giving a textural lift to the classic bitter green, soft-poached egg, and lardon foundation. Caramelized red onion and sherry vinegar give some friction to sautéed haricot vert, tossed with herbs and lemon zest..."

Shawn Cirkiel comes back swinging with Bullfight
Food Story  November 25, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...The patatas bravas ($5) were a little undercooked and the sauce a little too on the nose, but the roasted mushrooms ($9), already impossibly buttery, wallowed in cured egg. The two tortillas impressed too – the classic one-two of caramelized onion and potato ($5) is a heartier counterpoint to the more ephemeral kale and butternut version ($6)...."

Elvis is Coming to Town
For a good ol' Texan backyard BBQ
DAILY Chron Events  May 26, 2015, by Ellen Kranz
"...Menu: Appetizer: -Spam Musubi (GF): Banana & Chili Sauce -Prosciutto Wrapped Grilled Peaches (GF available): Toasted Streusel, Blackberry Balsamic Salad: -Squid Salad (GF): Shaved Shallot, Dried Apricot, Cilantro, Chilis, Taro Chips, Tamari & Lime Main: -Teriyaki Jumbo Prawns (GF): Sautéed Kiwi, Starfruit, Red Bell, & Mango. Spicy Mango Butter Sauce -BBQ Pork Carnitas (GF available): Pickled Red Onion, Pineapple, Jicama, Crusty French Bread -Cassava w/ Mojo Picon (GF): Garlic Aioli, Mojo Picon, Pickled Cucumber, Toasted Almond Desert: -Coconut Cream Pie (GF): It’s Amazing. -The Elvis: Peanut Butter Bar, Caramelized Banana, Bacon, Wildflower Honey Vegetarian & Vegan Menu: Appetizer: -"Sham" musubi -White gazpacho with grilled peach Salad: -Rock-a-Hula Salad: Grilled romaine, shaved shallot, avocado, cilantro, chilies, taro, coconut, tamari vinaigrette Main: -Teriyaki Kebabs: Vegan meatballs, spicy mango glaze, pineapple rice -Root Vegetable Croquette: Beets..."

The Tradition Continues With Schmidt Family Barbecue
Bee Cave gets good 'cue
Food Story  January 10, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...Since they cook a little hotter and faster than the typical CenTex barbecue joint (sort of a cross between traditional slow-and-low smoking and smoke-grilling), you get a little less smoke taste, while it accentuates the beef and pork flavors that can get smothered by the clouds of oak. But the bark gets nice and caramelized and the smokiness is definitely part of the taste profile..."

Top 10 Austin Food Blogs
Food Story  January 3, 2014, by Kate Thornberry
"...5) Caramelized ( This young blog is truly noteworthy, showcasing timely, compelling recipes and restaurant reviews, augmented by excellent photography. Readable and engaging...."

Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co.
New neighborhood hot spots
Food Story  December 13, 2013, by Jessi Cape
"...The atmosphere is exactly as promised – fun, friendly, and casual – and only when it was time for our second round of beer did we realize the main course had never arrived. Back to the counter for pints of the Day Trip Pale Ale (a close second-place favorite) and Big Mama Red (hop heads will fall in love with this formidable brew) and a reorder of one of their special 16-inch pies: sausage, caramelized onions, red and yellow bell peppers, and feta ($22)..."

Peached Tortilla Pops Up in Driftwood
Trailer food and craft beer invade tiny Driftwood, blow town away
DAILY Food  October 9, 2013, by Mick Vann
"...I had a Real Ale Oktoberfest while noshing on several passed treats: crostini with savory caramelized tomato jam and mascarpone, and a sweet version topped with mascarpone, honey drizzle, mint, and blueberries. Once the herd got seated and introductions were made, servers dispensed the Devil’s Backbone: sweet maltyness with a hoppy spine; a pleasing tripel..."

The Lazarus of Barbecue Rises in East Austin
Mercurial John Mueller is back at the top of his game
Food Story  May 24, 2013, by Mick Vann
"...The brisket slices (I requested fatty, from the point) were as amazing as ever. A thick, caramelized crust of smoky spice covers a thin smoke ring, fading into moist and beefy meat barely held together by melting collagen..."

Perry's Steakhouse Runs Like a Well-Oiled Machine
Austin outlet of Houston-based steakhouse chain is very impressive
DAILY Food  September 25, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Flashback Friday deal harkens back to the year when Perry's was born as a butcher shop in Houston and outlets in the chain use social media to announce the availability to loyal fans. The first 100 folks standing in line when the restaurant opened at 11am were eligible for the 79 cent deal - that's right, a gigantic, center-cut smoked pork chop with a caramelized surface glistening with herb butter paired with whipped potatoes and homemade applesauce, carved tableside for less than a buck! [image-1]..."

VBW's Top 10 Sweet Bites of 2011
These were just too sweet to pass up
Food Story  January 6, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...8) Chocolate Bars and Bourbon Balls From Cocoa Puro Discovering Tom Pedersen's remarkable dark-chocolate bar with caramelized cacao nibs, salted milk-chocolate bar with caramelized almonds, and milk-chocolate bourbon ball in a chocolate pecan shell made me very glad I braved the inclement weather and attended the Eat Drink Local Week Coffee & Chocolate Festival...."

Mrs. Santa's Last-Minute Foodie Stocking Stuffers
What to get for the foodie who noms everything?
Food Story  December 23, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Cocoa Puro chocolates The dark chocolate bars with caramelized cocoa nibs or caramelized almonds ($4) are marvelous, but the milk-chocolate bourbon balls ($4) in a shell of milk chocolate with pecans will blow your mind; pick them up at the Downtown Farmers' Market on Dec. 24...."

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