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Second Helpings: Gourmet Takeout
In this week's installment of the weekly dining guide Second Helpings, Rachel Feit covers the local gourmet take-out scene.
Food Column  November 19, 1999


Food-o-File
Details about a new nonprofit whose goal is to build home food gardens as well as upcoming food events in Austin.
Food Column  October 8, 1999, by Virginia B. Wood
"...In order to better fund these endeavors, the Project presents its first annual fundraiser this Sunday, October 10 from 11am-5pm at Boggy Creek Farm (3414 Lyons Road, 926-4650). The featured attraction is a series of cooking demonstrations by local chefs, including Roger Mollett of the Central Market Cooking School, Foo Swasdee, chef/owner of Satay, the Asian Cookery, Jean Luc Salles, chef/owner of Jean Luc's French Bistro, and Barbara Nadalini, formerly of Madam Nadalini's..."

Critics: Food
Best of Austin Story  September 24, 1999
"...Best New Saloon (1998)HEB Central Market (7)Best Chef Line-Up: CM Cooking School (1995)..."

BOA Top 20: Total Awards 1990-99
Best of Austin Story  September 24, 1999
"...6. HEB Central Market (28)..."

Food-O-File
We're Expanding
Food Column  November 13, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...One of the most popular salsas at both the Texas Fiery Foods Show and the ChronicleHotSauce Contest last summer is finally on the market. Austin Slow Burn owners Jill and Kevin Lewis have just announced that their Southwest Pasta Sauce, which mingles fresh tomatoes and Italian spices with the subtly spicy flavor of red sandia chiles, is now for sale at Wheatsville, both Whole Foods locations, Central Market, both Sun Harvests, and Sambet's Cajun Store......"

Food-o-File
A Very Fertile Market
Food Column  October 9, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Growth in the Austin restaurant market is one sign of a fertile climate, and so is the baby boom in the local food community. In February, chef Larry Perdido (Brio Vista) and his wife Annabelle welcomed daughter Camaron to their family and now they hope to have Saba Blue Water Cafe open in the Warehouse District before her first birthday..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  April 10, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Former Amandine Bakery owner Alain Braux checked in before leaving for a vacation in his hometown of Nice, France, to let me know he's released two new sorbet flavors on the market. Look for the Coconut Lime Sorbet and Chocolate Raspberry Sorbet wherever you purchase Amandine products..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  March 20, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...With the change comes an expanded line of fruit drinks, including Jai chai, a traditional East Indian tea and juice blend; pineapple-kiwi, a blend of juices, chamomile, and peppermint tea; Asian apple, with apples, lemon, and ginger; citrus krush, an orange-grapefruit combo, plus fresh-pressed orange, grapefruit, lemon, and lime juices. Look for the bright new Doctor Dreams labels at Whole Foods Market, Wheatsville Co-op, Sun Harvest Farms, Ruta Maya Coffee House, Mojo's Daily Grind, Little City Espresso Bar, Flipnotics, and Central Market...."

Food-O-File
Food Column  October 24, 1997, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Martin Brothers Calamata feta and Caesar salad dressing flavors are a wonderful complement to the tender fall greens from Boggy Creek Farm. The festive basket was filled with samples of the new line of store brand products from Whole Foods Market labeled "365," which means these goods meet the company's quality standards and will be available at the same prices every day..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  April 18, 1997, by Virginia B. Wood
"...of Culinary Professionals Convention this weekend in Chicago... Beginning Monday, April 21, Central Market's Cafe on the Run will be offering fresh, fully prepared Passover Dinners serving four for $30..."

Tamaladas y Posadas
Mexican Christmas Traditions Alive and Well in Austin
Food Story  December 20, 1996, by Virginia B. Wood
"...It calls for several varieties of tropical fruits and fruit nectars which are more readily available in Austin these days than ever before. Once rare exotic items such as sugar cane, lemon grass, tamarind pods, guayaba (guava), and membrillo (quince) can now be purchased at Fiesta, Central Market or la Pulga -- the flea market on Hwy290..."

A Baker's Dozen
Gifts for the Kneady
Food Story  December 13, 1996, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Anyone who has read recent scientific studies on the medical merits of eating chocolate will be surprised to find that this controversy dates back hundreds of years. The book comes full circle, ending the 3,000-year-old history of chocolate with information about the new cultivation of chocolate on the island of Hawaii and the creation of a new chocolate bar marketed as "Maya Gold," made from chocolate grown by the Kekchi Maya of Belize..."

Shopping Kosher
Food Story  December 6, 1996
"...Before the arrival of larger, ethnically sophisticated grocery stores in Austin such as Fiesta and Central Market, finding a substantial supply of kosher products, even around the Jewish holidays, required a sharp detective's eye. Occasionally, the shelves in Phoenicia deli promised some showing of kosher food among its few Israeli imports...."

food-o-file
Food Column  November 15, 1996
"...Good food, good music and safe rides home will be available all weekend See the pullout section in this issue for more information... The Gateway Whole Foods has scheduled a Taste Adventure on November 15-16 with chefs from Stelline, Jean Luc's, Mars, Bitter End, Belgian Restaurant, Copper Tank, Coyote Cafe, Canyon Cafe, Cafe Josie, Spiazzo's, Jean-Pierre's and the Whole Foods Market Deli..."

Food-O-File
Food Column  July 5, 1996
"...First and David Putnam of the Lamy Co. reports that the restaurant is available for lease as a turn-key set-up for the right operator. The Common Market Cafe now renamed The Globe at 1600 S..."

Champagne Strife
Holiday Cheers Spawn Spirits Rivalry
Food Story  December 22, 1995
"...Francois Montand, Blanc de Blanc, $7.99 -- Chardonnay-style, citrusy and crisp. (Central Market -- CM)..."

Mrs. Claus Delivers
Food Gifts for the Holidays
Food Story  December 15, 1995
"...Remember that cooking classes make great couple, group, or corporate gifts or outings. Gift certificates to an upcoming class at Central Market (206-1000), Breed & Company Westlake (328-3960), Cooking with Marie-Claire (323-5832), or Blanco River Cooking School (512/847-2583) would make great stocking stuffers...."

Food-O-File
Food Column  December 8, 1995
"...It's really the best thing that could have happened." Fabulous Cheesecakes' various delicious flavors and their trademark wedding cheesecakes will still be available. Another local dessert business changed hands earlier this year when founder Tamara Chauncey sold her company Brownies, Brownies to Karen Condit. Brownies, Brownies' scrumptious cheesecake brownies and lemon bars have an extremely loyal following at such retail outlets as Whole Foods Markets, Sun Harvest, Little City, and City Grill and mail-order customers all around the country clamor for them, too....."

Muy Caliente
Thank you!
Arts Story  September 1, 1995
"...For once, the introduction for the results of the world's largest salsa contest won't refer to the temperature. It just wasn't as hot outdoors this year, which may explain why nearly 12,000 showed up for the Fifth Annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival and Contest on Sunday, August 27 at the Travis County Farmers' Market..."

Around the World in Tasty Ways
Ash Corea: Empress of the Empanada
Food Story  May 12, 1995, by Patrick Earvolino
"...Austinites may be familiar with Corea's other fruit-filled pastries (apricot, apple, and pear - all $1.25 each), available at Whole Foods Market, Central Market, Güero's, Las Manitas, Martin Bros., Insomnia, Mozart, and other locations around town. There is also talk of adding another fruit flavor, one sure to be a Parlour classic: banana (from Chile), pecan (from Texas), and cajeta (caramelized goat milk from Mexico)...."

Pie Squared
Food Story  October 25, 2018, by Melanie Haupt
"...Barrow will present “Pie for All! A (Very Sweet) Cooking Demonstration” at 12:30pm Saturday, Oct. 27, in the Central Market Cooking Tent, and sign Pie Squared at 1:30pm in the Adult Signing Tent on Congress...."

Gay Place
Drink ’til it helps
Columns  July 12, 2018, by Sarah Marloff
"...Thu., July 19, 6:30-9pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Public Notice: Dealing With a Surplus
AISD real estate; a clean energy future
News Column  July 27, 2017, by Nick Barbaro
"...There's also a deep analysis of Austin Energy's proposed new gas plant, plus of course, a ton of useful local directory info and tips on food, water, energy, green building, watershed protection, networking, and so much more. The Directory is available at Half Price Books, Central Market North, Wheats­ville, and online at www.environmentaldirectory.info...."

Amplify Austin Kicks Off March 8
Give more to your favorite local nonprofit during Amplify Austin
News Story  March 3, 2016, by Nina Hernandez
"...Kickoff parties on Tuesday, March 8, will benefit various organizations, including: the Austin Humane Society (Dogwood Rock Rose, 11420 Rock Rose #130, 5-8pm); the Boys & Girls Club of the Austin Area (ABGB, 1305 W. Oltorf, 6-9pm); and the Austin Children's Choir (Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Gay Place: Music of Your Life
Stretch across the genres this Friday
Columns  June 11, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...Fri., June 12, 6:30-9pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

New York-Style Bagels Headed for Austin
Chef couple teams up for North Austin shop
DAILY Food  May 13, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Wisconsin native Jessica Peterson when to culinary school in Minneapolis and spent several years in California's Napa Valley after graduation. She worked at the prestigious Auberge du Soliel resort in Rutherford and Redd in Yountville before helping Taylor Boetticher and Toponia Miller open the Napa outlet of their gourmet grocery and charcuterie, the Fatted Calf, in Napa's Oxbow Public Market...."

Food Events
Food Column  September 18, 2014
"...25, 6-9:30pm. Central Market Central, 4001 N..."

Betting on Cloud Juice
Richard's Rainwater keeps its eye in the sky
Food Story  August 14, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...The problem, of course, is not the physical buildup of that stash so much as the inherent fact that local demand for rainwater fails to meet Tank Town's supply. Heinichen has kept operations moving through his installment services and a few steady distribution deals, including service to hotels San José and Saint Cecilia, as well as retail placement at Central Market and Wheatsville Co-op (he also counts Franklin Barbecue as a client, saying the meat chief prefers to tenderize his meat with rainwater), but he maintains there's no money to be found in rainwater sales...."

Food Events
Aug. 14-19
Food Column  August 14, 2014
"...16, 6:30-9pm. Central Market North Cooking School, 4001 N..."

Instacart Invades Austin
Online delivery service could change the way we shop for groceries
DAILY Food  May 28, 2014, by Rachel Feit
"...According to Matt O’Conner, Instacart’s official City Launcher, the launch in Austin a few weeks ago was their biggest ever. How big is that in dollars? O’Conner declined to give out any numbers, but suffice to say that it was big enough to add North Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Millwood, Steiner Ranch, Long Canyon, and Bull Creek to their Austin service areas, plus Central Market and Costco to their list of stores shoppers can buy from...."

Food-O-File
National and local talent converge at the Austin Food & Wine Festival
Food Column  April 25, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The third annual Austin Food & Wine Festival comes to town this weekend, showcasing national culinary celebrities alongside the best and brightest homegrown talent Austin and other Texas cities have to offer. Festival events will take place at Republic Square and Butler parks with à la carte events and afterparties at Central Market, Mellow Johnny's, and Trace at the W..."

Gay Place: Total Gayhem
Where my queers at? GayBiGayGay, b'duh.
Columns  March 14, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...Sat., March 15, noon-9pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Gay Place
Glad to make your acquaintance, weary traveler, we are The Gay Place.
Columns  March 14, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...ON THE LAWN 2:30-9pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Gay Place
Remember! It's a gay-marathon, not a gay-sprint. Here's your Fri-gay lineup.
Columns  March 14, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...ON THE LAWN SX Noon-9pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Gay Place
Awwwww, is this really our last day of ya? Come on, stay 'til Sunday!
Columns  March 14, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...Noon-9pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Then There's This: Green Is as Green Does
Robbins' latest 'Directory' follows the flows of water – and power
News Column  August 2, 2013, by Amy Smith
"...Austin has made enormous strides in the 13 years since that dismal report, evidenced in part by the new and updated content, and lists of resources, government services, and environmental organizations compiled in the 148-page issue – available for free at Half Price Books, Central Market, and other stores, and online at www.environmentaldirectory.info...."

The Food Issue: Frank!
Hot dogging the Live Music Capitol
DAILY Music  June 12, 2013, by Jim Caligiuri
"...Austin has two true loves: food and music. From the Armadillo World Headquarters 30-plus years ago (people still rave about the nachos) to Central Market today (where mahi mahi meets fiddle tunes), it’s a combination that just seems natural to Central Texans...."

Calina Cabernet Sauvignon : A Terrific Bargain
This blockbuster of a wine comes at a bargain
Food Column  July 13, 2012, by Wes Marshall
"...Instead, the Calina Cabernet Sauvignon costs just $10, a terrific bargain. It's available at Central Market, or you can ask your regular wine dealer for it...."

Food-o-File
Austin's culinary community rocks the Pies & Pigs fundraiser
Food Column  June 22, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood


The Daily Hustle: 12/7/10
Your City Council catalog for this Thursday
DAILY News  December 7, 2010, by Wells Dunbar
"...Item 3: 15 pages of amendments relating to board and commission makeup, and dissolving the Renaissance Market Commission...."

Beer Flights
This week, it's tripel the good news
Food Column  September 17, 2010, by Lee Nichols
"...Central Market will be Beer Central beginning next week. Both the North Lam­ar and Westgate locations will be showing off their extensive craft beer selection with Brewtopia, a two-week celebration of suds featuring such star brewmasters as Terence Sullivan of California's Sierra Nevada, Steven Pauwels of Kansas City's Boule­vard, and Brad Farbstein of Blanco's Real Ale, as well as chefs such as Iron Chef America winner Kent Rathburn giving classes on cooking with beer and pairing food with beer..."

Stop That Bedroom Talk!
Notes from RECA's Regional Mayors Forum
DAILY News  June 8, 2010, by Katherine Gregor
"...Cedar Park Mayor Bob Lemon said, “We don’t want to be a bedroom community!” As a fix, he's adding “two pillars of being a destination city” – the already-completed Cedar Park Center (host to Texas Stars Hockey) and Schlitterbahn Cedar Park (opening 2012). Plus, they have a farmer’s market and a new Motel 6!..."

Hansel and Gretel
Set in the Gilded Age, this operatic fairy tale really resonates with the present
Arts Review  April 30, 2010, by Robert Faires
"...Lovett, the Austin mezzo makes her Witch larger than life enough to defuse the creep factor. She's a villainess we can love to hate, laughing at her incessant references to sweets and eating – she talks about grub more than a Central Market foodie – and then cheering without guilt when her imperious keister is shoved in the oven (perhaps a sentence worth considering for the Goldman Sachs gang)...."

I Want My H&M!!!
Why has H&M left the Lone Star state out in the cold?
DAILY Design  October 9, 2009, by Christopher Carbone
"...The Capital City, with its burgeoning fashion scene and reputation as the place for live music, is an ideal market for Hennes & Mauritz. The retailer – defining its mission as "fashion and quality at the best price" – hasn't been shy about expanding into other states (there are 12 stores in New Jersey) and conquering mainstream malls across America (it recently opened a location in Scottsdale, AZ and two locations in Central Florida)..."

Res Publica
Events for good citizens, March 5-12
News Story  March 6, 2009
"...AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEETING 4pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

Naked City
News briefs from Austin, the region, and elsewhere
News Story  October 10, 2008
"...A Texas persimmon in Pease Park and an escarp­ment live oak between Central Market and the Heart Hospital of Austin will be officially declared winners of the city of Austin's 2008 Tree of the Year Awards this week. The presentation ceremony, at 38th and Lamar at 11:30am Oct..."

Happenings
April 24-May 1
News Story  April 25, 2008
"...6pm. Central Market North, 4001 N..."

City Shaper
Beloved – and snubbed – at home, Sinclair Black to be nationally honored for lifetime achievement
News Story  March 28, 2008, by Katherine Gregor
"...The Black + Vernooy style is so "quiet" – terra-cotta, limestone, natural materials, and forms scaled to blend into their settings – that most Austinites probably don't know they've spent time in a Sinclair Black building or space. They feel like they've always been part of our town: Central Market on North Lamar, the Schlotzsky's flagship store on South Lamar, the Austin Nature and Science Center, Cedar Street Courtyard, the Helm Fine Arts Center at St..."

In Memoriam
Food Story  October 20, 2006
"...7. A longtime fixture on the local dining scene, Brannon worked at the Backyard, Hudson's on the Bend, Central Market, Ciola's Italian-American Restaurant, and Tuscany Cafe & Wine Bar..."

Event Menu
October 19-26
Food Column  October 20, 2006
"...Romp and Stomp to celebrate Texas Wine Month at Central Market North (4001 N. Lamar, 206-1000) with wines from 22 Texas vintners plus foods from several area vendors and five top Austin chefs..."

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