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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
"...John Mueller Meat Co. 2500 E. Sixth (behind Kellee's Place) Tue.-Sun., 10:30am until sold out"

Fun Fun Fun Fest Fixes Its Focus on Food
Will the festival's new chief of chow improve the offerings in 2013?
DAILY Food  August 3, 2013, by Kenny Pailes
"...The brains behind Fun Fun Fun Fest are here to ease your mind, Austin. With an unexpectedly theatric press conference, festival founder James Moody, marketing director Sawyer Stoltz, and PR firm Giant Noise served renewed notice that they won't sit idly by while the city's weirdness disappears...."

Problems at Austin's Pizza, Peached Tortilla primed for TV, and – what else? – barbecue news
Food Column  May 31, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...By the time Austin's Pizza owner J.D. Torian called me from his own office phone at the end of last week, he was finally able to see the silver lining around the AT&T snafu that cut off vital phone service to his 12 pizza outlets for several days, costing him tens of thousands of dollars in sales..."

Top 10 Austin Barbecue Joints
Food Story  January 3, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...2) John Mueller Meat Co. Mercurial John Mueller has mellowed and, for my money, hit a sustained, superlative groove, smoking amazing barbecue in his comfy Eastside chain-link compound...."

A roundup of this week's food news
Food Column  March 1, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...One of the rural royal families of Central Texas barbecue is back in the news this week. No sooner had barbecue lovers learned about the opening of John Mueller Meat Co..."

Heard at Wine and Swine
New venue was the perfect setting for porky party
DAILY Food  November 25, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Star Hill Ranch owner Adam Woolley says he's welcomed all manner of events to his facility, everything from movie shoots (it starred in Disney's remake of The Alamo) to weddings to corporate retreats. Indeed, the ranch facility is customizable for just about any kind of function..."

Ready, Aim, Tacos!
Area restaurant dynasties provide festival food ... and artillery
Food Story  November 8, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...When the organizers of Fun Fun Fun Fest held an Austintaciously goofy press conference in August introducing local barbecue outlaw John Mueller as the "Official Curator of Grub" for 2013, it looked like any culinary controversy surrounding the event would probably have to do with barbecue. Considering Mueller's position with the festival, some folks were likely to be disappointed that he didn't insert himself in the event's culinary lineup, but his distinctive personal business style doesn't really lend itself well to large-scale festival service..."

Tickle the Ribs
The first annual 'Austin Chronicle' Invitational BBQ Beef Rib Smackdown
Food Story  January 17, 2014, by Mick Vann
"...There's something primeval about eating a barbecued beef rib. Holding that big bone in your hand, nibbling off succulent meat and crackling crust that's been slowly caressed by coals and smoke for a long period of time – the experience transports 'cueheads back to their primitive roots..."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  April 19, 2002
"...In response to Clark-Madison's April 5 column "Searching for Candidates" ["Austin @ Large"], I would like to offer some observations. I don't run campaigns for either Linda Curtis or Kirk Mitchell, and I signed petitions of Griffith and Goodman, but not for Slusher..."

The Other Stars in the Galaxy
Screens Story  May 20, 1999
"...We all know there are many more movies out there to choose from this summer. Of course, none of them will receive the same kind of free media blitz the Star Wars phenomenon has received..."

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..."

Music Story  December 13, 1996
"...Arguably the most popular film ever, Gone With the Wind was released theatrically in 1939, but it wasn't until 1954 that the first recording of its soundtrack was available. Its appearance even then was something of a miracle -- in 1939 (the year that also saw The Wizard of Oz), the scoring of soundtracks was less than a decade old and the notion of recording them unthinkable..."

The Cabbie Knows
In Portland, Taxi Drivers Are Tuned Into the Food Scene
Food Story  May 8, 1998, by Virginia B. Wood
"...illustration by Lisa Kirkpatrick The shuttle to my hotel had already left the airport and it was beginning to mist, so I opted for a cab ride into downtown Portland. When I explained to the driver that I was in town for a convention of culinary professionals, the name of the organization didn't mean anything to him but he knew just the same..."

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