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A Landmark Year in Food
Chronicle Critics' Top Tens for 1995
Food Story  January 5, 1996
"...4. Local cookbook authors get great showing in national markets in 1995 and there will be more in the coming year: Local authors Lucinda Hutson, Angela Shelf Medearis, and the team of Robb Walsh and San Antonio chef Jay McCarthy were busy promoting cookbooks nationwide..."

Coach's Corner
Columns  December 1, 1995, by Andy "Coach" Cotton
"...However, he'd been grounded today. By 9pm, he's so bored he takes me up on an offer to go to Central Market, a place I'd never been, if: a) he could drive, b) control the radio, c) I agree to buy him a six-pack of kiwi-strawberry Snapple...."

food-o-file
Food Column  November 24, 1995
"...It may be too late to get your turkey in time for Thanksgiving, but Christmas is just around the corner. Orders can be placed at 276-7408 or 276-7505, or drop by the Whole Foods Farmer's Market, Wednesday afternoons, 2:30-5:30pm and order from there....."

Not Just Jerking Around
Arts Story  September 8, 1995
"...During a recent cooking class at HEB Central Market, chef Jay McCarthy was demonstrating Jamaican jerk cooking techniques and recipes. When questioned about the authenticity of his particular methods, McCarthy remarked, "Well, there's a lot of jerks out there." After spending an evening in his class and tasting his cooking, the good news is that the Brooklyn-born chef with a genuine Jamaican pedigree is definitely not one of them...."

Barbecue Crash Course Kicked Off Interactive for 5th Year
Central Texas barbecue feast greeted Interactive guests on arrival
DAILY Food  March 13, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Two Bros. BBQ Market from San Antonio: Our newcomers this year; Emilio Soliz' cherry-glazed baby back ribs were a huge hit. [image-7]..."

Please to the Table: From Russia, With Love
Food Story  April 29, 1999
"...In the cities, food vendors installed themselves on every corner, selling rice pilaf, little fried pastries, sausages, and dumplings. Meanwhile, the markets were crammed with foods both locally produced and imported..."

Tink Pinkard Makes TV Debut on 'Man Fire Food' Tonight
Local hunter, forager, and caterer subject of Cooking Channel segment
DAILY Food  July 30, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The other Man Fire Food segment shot in Central Texas documented the glazing of the new ceramic brick pit at the iconic Louie Mueller Barbecue in Taylor and paid a visit to the legendary Kreuz Market in Lockhart. Though that episode has already aired, it offers great coverage of two famous Central Texas barbecue joints and is certainly worth watching for in re-runs...."

Askinosie in Austin
Chocolate maker comes to share his sweet love of the art and people
DAILY Food  February 15, 2013, by Margaret Shugart
"...Askinosie Chocolate can be found in Austin at Antonelli's Cheese Shop, Whole Foods, and Central Market...."

Happenings
Oct. 18-24
News Story  October 19, 2007
"...AUSTIN AREA LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS John Fleming, general counsel of the Texas Saving and Mortgage Lending Department, presents What Is the Role of the State in Protecting Texas Mortgage Borrowers? 6pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

The Dark Horses
The redistricted Centex Democrats bravely into battle go
News Story  July 30, 2004, by Lee Nichols
"...In fact, he's banking on Austin. CD 21 has long covered western Travis County, but re-redistricting pulled it into the heart of the city, right across 38th Street from Central Market..."

Art
Art Openings
News Story  March 14, 1997
"...Restaurants CENTRAL MARKET CAFE, 4001 N. Lamar..."

Kevin Connor Becomes Sun Radio’s New PD
Veteran on-air jock takes over creative at Americana grower
DAILY Music  November 3, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...A Massachusetts native working in the Austin radio market since 1981, Connor began as a grunt at Z102, established himself locally as KGSR’s longtime morning guy, and recently heading up South By Southwest’s online station SXSWfm. He takes over the programming team after not immediately accepting the post and the station opening a national search...."

The Shopping List
Three ways to keep it local
Food Story  October 22, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Don't tell our mom, but we think it has hers beat hands down. Available at Stuffed Cajun Meat Market and Tears of Joy. Dos Lunas Chico Cheddar..."

Sea Change
Searching for sustainable shrimp
Food Story  June 11, 2015, by Jessi Cape
"...Austin is uniquely positioned as a food-conscious city with world-class chefs. And we boast sustainable options for just about any food – from beef to broccoli to bugs – but our public awareness of the seafood market, although moving forward, is still lagging..."

Hot Tamales, Baby!
Our favorite holiday wrappings
DAILY Food  December 5, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Gardener's Feast (114 Parsons St. in Manor, 512/275-1775) Look for their popular tamales at the Downtown, Sunset Valley, Triangle, Barton Creek, Cedar Park, Mueller, and HOPE farmers' markets..."

Mardi Gras King Cakes, Coming Right Up!
Local vendors providing a key element to pre-Lenten parties
DAILY Food  February 25, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Curious Confections (www.curiousconfections.com; 512/465-2879) Gemma and Michael Maherne are cottage bakers who maintain a busy stall at the HOPE Farmers’ Market every Sunday. Give them at least 24 hours notice on orders and they’ll whip up traditional, cinnamon-sugar filled New Orleans-style King Cakes ($10 small, $20 large) or more exotic fillings such as lemon curd, Voodoo chocolate, or chocolate hazelnut ($12 small, $24 large); pick up or delivery, by arrangement...."

The Food Issue: Finding Austin's Bodegas
We need to talk about Austin's takeout issue for a minute
DAILY Food  June 12, 2013, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Restaurants require preparation, corner stores can’t be bothered. You can go to a place like Whole Foods or Central Market and hastily scoop something together, but you’ll spend half an hour looking for parking, and another twenty in line at the register..."

Glutard Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Favorite treats and sweets around town
DAILY Food  May 21, 2013, by Margaret Shugart
"...Whole Foods (525 N Lamar Blvd; www.wholefoodsmarket.com): The store brand, Whole Foods Gluten Free Bakehouse, frozen vanilla cupcakes were the first gluten-free ones I ever bought. I had intended to bring the package of four to a potluck for my dessert contribution and showed up with a lap full of crumbs and a solitary cupcake to share with everyone else..."

Meal Times
Dec. 13-20
Food Column  December 14, 2012
"...20, 6:30-8:30pm. Whole Foods Market Culinary Center, 525 N..."

Food-o-File
More Lone Star master sommeliers, Hatch chiles return, and foodies see if their brains are bigger than their stomachs
Food Column  August 12, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Kudos to Austinites Devon Broglie of Whole Foods Market and Craig Collins of Glazer's for recently achieving the rank of master sommel­ier. This prestigious career distinction comes after six years of work and study by Broglie and Collins and rigorous testing by representatives of the Court of Master Sommeliers..."

Texas Takes on the World
A coming-out party for Texas olive oil
Food Story  March 25, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The winters were mild and the water relatively accessible. Farmers raised spinach, onions, peanuts, strawberries, and other crops, and shipped them to market by rail...."

Round Rock Honey Celebrates a Million Bottles
The bee man with the honey plan makes a million
Food Story  October 29, 2010, by MM Pack
"...Since selling the first bottle at the Downtown Austin Farmers' Market, Round Rock Honey has steadily built a devoted fan base that appreciates the complex wildflower flavors and potential health benefits of ingesting local pollens, as well as the facts that the honey hasn't been heated or treated and is regularly lab-tested for any pesticides. In the past 18 months, however, "business has become absolutely phenomenal," says an exuberant Bouffard..."

Creationist Activist Goes Into Lion's Den
Saenz to speak at Yarborough Library
DAILY News  February 27, 2009, by Lee Nichols
"...A series of monthly forums on State Board of Education issues organized by local activist John Keohane – who is openly opposed to the fundamentalist wing of the SBOE and has called for the ouster of board member Cynthia Dunbar – will hear from the opposition on March 7. Jonathan Saenz of the Free Market Foundation (the Texas affiliate of Focus on the Family) will wade into central Austin to make his case for keeping the "strengths and weaknesses" language in the state's science teaching curriculum, wording that has been used by his group and others to challenge the teaching of evolution in Texas' public schools...."

Food-o-File
Big Brother puts the squeeze on more than just juice
Food Column  September 19, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The FDA's "cease and desist" order that is keeping Good Flow juices off local shelves creates the unfortunate impression that the company's products are dangerous in some way, when nothing could be further from the truth. Much larger local companies such as Whole Foods Market and Central Market can prepare and sell fresh, unpasteurized juices every day because they are retailers rather than wholesalers..."

Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves ... and Austin, Too!
The Austin chapter of Les Dames D'Escoffier is fulling its mission to create a supportive culture in its community to achieve excellence in food, beverage, and hospitality professions
Food Story  April 11, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Carol Brock was very helpful," recalls Susan Auler. Central Market foodie Jane King corresponded with Les Dames members in Australia via e-mail before a vacation Down Under and found their help to be invaluable..."

The El Paso Connection
Longtime Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival Contest judges Henry and Fred Alvarado and Carlos Contreras
Food Story  August 24, 2007, by MM Pack
"...We didn't used to see them much here in Austin. Now you can buy them in Central Market..."

Food-o-File
El Gringo morphs into Molto, and chef Kristine Kittrell couldn't be happier
Food Column  July 6, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Reservations are suggested… The "gourmet backyard cuisine" at Jasper's (11506 Century Oaks Terrace #128 in the Domain, 834-4111) will now be complemented by live jazz on the patio in the evenings from such groups as the Pete Rodriguez Trio, the Angelo Lembesis Trio, and the Bruce Sanders Trio… I was pleased to hear that Tracy Claros' divine English Lemon Puddings, which were one of my favorite sweet bites of 2006, are a finalist for awards at the Fancy Food Show coming up July 8-10 in New York City. Look for Tracy's puddings every week at the Austin Farmers' Market Downtown on Saturday mornings, Whole Foods, Central Market, Royal Blue Grocery, P&K Grocery, Whip In, and Timpones Market… Never one to miss a movie-tie-in feasting opportunity, Alamo Drafthouse chef John Bullington designed a special kid-friendly menu for the Saturday morning debut of Ratatouille, the new animated film from Disney Pixar about a Parisian rat with dreams of becoming a great chef..."

Event Menu
March 9-14
Food Column  March 9, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Central Market Cooking School (4001 N. Lamar, 458-3068) hosts the second week of Kelly Ann Hargrove's popular Austin Music on the Menu series, which features a lineup of talented local musicians demonstrating their chops in the kitchen..."

Food-o-File
Local artisan food producers should have a big 2007
Food Column  January 26, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Successful product placement may get easier in 2007 for several reasons. There is a proliferation of small neighborhood markets, such as P&K Grocery, Farm to Market Grocery, Royal Blue Grocery, Whip In, and the soon-to-open Cissi's Market that show real enthusiasm for stocking local products to appeal to a discerning clientele..."

Shopping for the Celebration
Food Story  December 29, 2006, by Wes Marshall
"...Central Market North / Seth Pollard / Laurent Perrier Brut, $32.99 / Aubry Rosé Brut, $48.89..."

New & Noteworthy
Pear Bread
Food Story  December 8, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...According to Compton, the Pear Bread will be limited to the holidays, so be sure to get it while you can. Look for loaves of Miles' Pear Bread at the Boggy Creek Farm stand, Central Market, Whole Foods Market, Grape Vine Market, and P&K Grocery...."

Wine of the Week
Bogle Chardonnay
Food Column  July 7, 2006, by Wes Marshall
"...For the past few years, California chardonnay has been beat up hard. First, some marketing wiseacre – probably a New Zealand sauvignon blanc-maker – comes up with the Anything but Chardonnay Club and convinces thousands of would-be wine snobs that chardonnay is déclassé..."

Liquid Assets
The best wine discoveries of the past few months
Food Column  October 28, 2005, by Wes Marshall
"...Over the last few months, I've tasted enough wine to wish for a nice, cold Lone Star, but there's good news: I really didn't taste anything offensive. There is such a glut of wine in the world that the really bad wines are being sifted out before they ever hit the marketplace, and most of what finally makes its way to the shelves of Grape Vine Market and Twin Liquors and Central Market and all the other reputable wine sellers in town is perfectly drinkable...."

Liquid Assets
Good bread will make you a better judge of wine. Honest!
Food Column  April 22, 2005, by Wes Marshall
"...Any bread works for a wine tasting as long as it isn't stuffed with myriad flavorings. I'm personally partial to the La Brea bread sold at Grape Vine Market and the Bread Alone bakery at the Schlotzsky's at 218 S..."

It Takes a Village
Inside the new Whole Foods
Food Story  March 25, 2005, by Wes Marshall
"...Today, the store boasts more than 1,800 different wines with the aim of being the most impressive collection in the city. To give you a frame of reference, Central Market north has about 3,600 and Grape Vine Market has about 4,000..."

For the Love of Chocolate
The taste, the look, the feel of an obsession
Food Story  February 11, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Chocolate beans aren't exactly easy for the average person to come by, but Pedersen was able to find chocolate "nibs" at Central Market. The intense flavor of the nibs inspired him..."

Choice Champagnes Around Town
Food Story  December 31, 2004, by Wes Marshall
"...Store: Central Market North Person to talk to: Seth Pollard Bargain: Nicolas Feuillatte Brut $25.99 Personal Choice: Delamotte Brut $37.99..."

Food-o-File
Digesting Austin's food news for you!
Food Column  July 9, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Saturday, July 10: The Westlake Farmers Market (4100 Westbank Dr.) celebrates summer's bounty with a Peach Jamboree from 10am to 1pm. There will be plenty of fresh peaches, as well as everything you can imagine made with them, from scones to cobbler to salsa...."

Tropic of Capsaicin
An Exploration of the Hot Dishes in a Hot City, Or Where to Go When You're Not at Waterloo Park
Food Story  August 22, 2003, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Austin Slowburn Habanero Rosemary JellyAvailable at Central Market (4001 N. Lamar, 206-1000; 4477 S..."

True to Its Own Terroir
Can Saveur magazine save the soul of the Texas Hill Country Wine and Food Festival?
Food Story  April 4, 2003, by Virginia B. Wood
"...During the course of its 18-year history, the annual Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival has become the premier culinary event in the Southwest, showcasing the best in Texas foods and wines every April. The event was founded by Fall Creek Vineyards owner Susan Auler and a group of like-minded friends who were serious about developing a market for their new Texas wines and obtaining a viticultural designation for the Texas Hill Country area..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  March 14, 2003
"...Good work, but you missed a favorite -- the burgers at the Central Market Cafe (either Austin location). CM may be from south of here, but they know how to put a fine burger together...."

Food-o-File
What's cooking in the Central Texas food scene.
Food Column  February 14, 2003, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Then all the guests and hosts came together for a champagne-and-dessert reception at the Design Center of Austin. Caterer John Sutton and his crew transformed the hilltop showroom into a festive party scene and guests gobbled up desserts such as petit fours from Russell's Bakery, voluptuous cheeses from Grape Vine Market with tropical fruit from Centex Produce/El Meson, bite-sized meringues from Marta's Desserts, petit Italian cream cake squares and brownies from Central Market, and espresso meringues from Asti Trattoria with glass after glass of champagne..."

Tasting 2002
The year in food
Food Story  January 3, 2003
"...An organization steps up to the plate: Building on a solid 17-year foundation, the Hill Country Wine and Food Festival made the leap from a great party to assuming a leadership role in Texas wine and food. During October, they joined with the Texas Agriculture Department and Central Market to push the agenda of Texas wine and food at four mini festivals and at 32 dinners in every corner of the state...."

Where to Get Fresh-Roasted Green Chile
Food Story  August 23, 2002
"...Austin's Historic Farmers' Market (6701 Burnet Rd.) Aug. 17 through Sept..."

So You Want to Buy Some Game?
Food Story  June 7, 2002
"...The online catalog (with sections targeted to chefs and individual consumers) lists a wide variety of prime cuts of antelope, sika, and axis, as well as a variety of sausages and specialty cuts. Write or call for a catalog and price list.Central Market4001 N..."

Prime Considerations
Chronicle Food writer Rebecca Chastenet de Géry on why 1,000 head of Japenese Wagyu cattle are thriving in Central Texas.
Food Story  November 16, 2001, by Rebecca Chastenet dé Gery
"...According to Harrell Ranch owner and president Sam Harrell, a number of things set his beef apart. To begin with, the ranch concentrates on raising the increasingly rare USDA Prime grade of beef cattle, and Harrell claims that the ranch is the only cattle operation in the United States that manages its beef from birth all the way to the chef, marketing directly to restaurants as opposed to selling the cattle to feed lots after a few short months..."

Pastaman Vibrations
What Chronicle Cuisines writer MM Pack found unobtrusively nestled in a South Austin strip center was the cutest little pasta manufactory imaginable. Here's her interview with Bottega della Pasta owner Rino Lanzillotti.
Food Review  September 14, 2001, by MM Pack
"...Since that day, and my first taste of the decadent Valentine ravioli, I've run into Lanzillotti's pastas all over town -- in the refrigerator cases of upscale food stores, on restaurant menus, at the Westlake Farmer's Market, and at local food festivals. When I asked recently if I could come talk to him about his business, Lanzillotti said, "Sure..."

Food-o-File
Yes, Texas chileheads, your favorite time of year has arrived! Cuisines Editor Virginia B. Wood has the scoop on festival regulars and the upcoming chile activities in town.
Food Column  August 24, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...San Antonio chef Jay McCarthy is representing the Beef Industry Council on a trip to South America. Last year's 10th anniversary contest winner, Larry Blanton of Houston, will be entering some new recipes this year while he readies his award-winning salsa for its upcoming market debut..."

2001 Restaurant Poll Index
Food Story  May 25, 2001
"...Central Market, 4001 N. Lamar, 206-1000; 4521 Westgate, 899-4300READERS TAKEOUT (TIE), READERS PLACE TO TAKE KIDS..."

First Round Draft Picks
As owners, brewers and distributors of Austin's Live Oak Brewing Company, Chip McElroy and Brian Peters have reached the highest level of malty geekdom. They are self-described "beer nerds gone pro."
Food Story  October 13, 2000, by Pableaux Johnson
"...Decoction has been on the wane since modern technology has entered the brewhouse, and according to McElroy, "it's only appreciated and practiced by a handful of wackos in the U.S., but it's better for the beer's flavor and color. It really doesn't make monetary sense to do it our way, but we wanted to bring a real Czech-style pils to the market ....."

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