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Tubular Tradition
Sausage stuffed the good ol' fashioned way
Food Story  July 27, 2012, by Mick Vann
"...When we eat at some of the better local barbecue temples around town, we take serious note of any sausage that has that old-school taste: The sensory buds activate, we perk up, and we smile. It's this great taste that is disappearing as the flavor of sausage gets dumbed down for the lowest common consumer..."

Cut and Dried: A Primer
The Central Texas meat market roundup
Food Story  January 30, 2004
"...Sausage Makers Back in the prerefrigeration days, every local community had a butcher shop, usually owned by the biggest cattle raiser in the immediate area. They needed a way to prevent spoilage of meat that didn't sell, and a way to use the trimmings, so smokers were built, and sausages were stuffed, as it had been done back in the old country..."

Cut and Dried: A Primer
The Central Texas meat market roundup
Food Story  January 30, 2004, by Mick Vann
"...In the recent past, this was the job of the butcher, a trade that required years of apprenticeship to master. Today, the butcher is quickly being replaced by assembly-line meat cutters, working in huge processing plants, who would become rapidly befuddled if they had to make more than a few specific cuts on a carcass...."

Has Fantastic Fest Gone Too Hog-Wild?
Helicopter Hog Hunt has some fans worried
DAILY Screens  September 9, 2013, by Marc Savlov
"...We're of the mind that bacon – and by extension, all pork products – should be a staple food...."

A fire is put out at the Belmont, while Ate Cafe, La Tavola, and the Mighty Cone start blazes of their own
Food Column  March 6, 2009, by Virginia B. Wood
"...A fire in a deep fryer caused some midday excitement at the Belmont (305 W. Sixth, 457-0300, on Friday, according to general manager Donnie Johnson, who says quick-thinking sous chef Chelsea Burchiester was getting the blaze under control with an extinguisher when the fire trucks arrived..."

Tenant Wanted on South Congress
News Story  June 21, 2002, by Amy Smith
"...In Magnolia Cafe's early days on South Congress, the only source of neighborhood color seemed to come from the drab tones of disillusioned hookers and winos languishing along the avenue. The scenery didn't especially hold the promise of success for a business branching out from its home base on Lake Austin Boulevard to a second location in South Austin...."

Virginia B. Wood remembers two talented and hardworking women in Austin's culinary life who have recently died and also reveals some of her recent dining discoveries.
Food Column  January 12, 2001, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Lydia Salas founded Circle S Catering, providing hot lunches to several private school campuses around the city. The business eventually grew to include the family's popular drive-thru barbecue outlet at the corner of Oltorf and South First streets..."

Food Top Tens 1996: A Year of Good Tastes
Top Ten Bites of 1996
Food Story  January 10, 1997, by Virginia B. Wood
"...50-year old Balsamic vinegar I attended a Professional Food Writer's Symposium at the Greenbrier Resort back in March. On the last evening we were there, our hosts served a Marketplace Tasting Dinner featuring a fascinating selection of meats, seafoods, cheeses and breads and condiments they expected to be popular in the coming year..."

Giveable City
The treat of Austin eats
Food Story  December 15, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Because we always ate such a light breakfast on Christmas morning, the holiday dining ritual of my childhood included a festive Christmas Eve supper of crisp waffles, thick slabs of crunchy peppered bacon, and steaming mugs of coffee or hot chocolate. This was one of my mother's favorite parties..."

The Luv Doc: The End Times
Don't expect Mickey D's to bring sick game
Columns  March 20, 2015, by The Luv Doc
"...Dear Luv Doc, I read that this year McDonald’s is an official sponsor of SXSW. Is this a sign of the end times? Is Austin about to be consumed in a lake of fire? - McLovinit..."

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