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Voters Name Jodi Elliott People's Best New Pastry Chef in the Central Region
Foreign & Domestic co-owner voted one of country's top new pastry chefs
DAILY Food  April 10, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Four Austin pastry talents were among the nominees: Jodi Elliott, pastry chef and co-owner of Foreign & Domestic;Kyle McKinney, pastry chef at Barley Swine; Callie Speer, pastry chef at Swift's Attic; and Erika Waksmunski, pastry chef at Congress...."

Bribery Bakery's Sweet Talk
Jodi Elliott's next chapter
Food Story  May 21, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Bribery is defined as the offering of something of value in order to influence the behavior of another person. The delectable pastries and desserts at Jodi Elliott's new Bribery Bakery have definitely altered the behavior of neighbors in suburban Pflugerville, but the talented pastry chef and businesswoman isn't committing any crime..."

Popovers at the Piggy Place
Pastry chef Jodi Elliott slings carbs & community at Foreign & Domestic
DAILY Food  September 28, 2012
"...Back in the late spring/early summer, a new phenomenon was born in the North Loop neighborhood: a pop-up bake sale in the two-year-old American bistro, Foreign & Domestic. "I thought it would be fun to utilize the space in a different way," says Jodi Elliott, who co-owns the restaurant with her husband, Chef Ned Elliott..."

Bribery Bakery Coming to Mueller
Jodi Elliott announces plans for new dessert lounge
DAILY Food  April 22, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...When pastry chef and restaurateur Jodi Elliott opened Bribery Bakery in Pflugerville earlier this year, her long-range plans already included another outlet for a dessert lounge concept. That concept is set to become a reality in the Mueller development later this year...."

Foreign & Domestic's Indie Chefs Table: Chicago's Jason Vincent
Ex-Nightwood maestro tag-teamed up a fine menu with Ned Elliott's crew
DAILY Food  April 25, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Not satisfied with his own media ascendence – nor with the critical acclaim for and personal satisfaction of pushing boundaries of what can be done with exotic edibles and what new and tasty twists can be visited upon traditional culinary tropes – Executive Chef Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic has a new Indie Chefs series going on...."

Hail to the Indie Chefs
Second annual Indie Chefs Week kicks off at Foreign & Domestic
DAILY Food  January 9, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...For the second year in a row, Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic brings cutting-edge chefs from around the country together for a weeklong series of innovative meals. The five-night event commenced on Tuesday, showcasing the work of nine Austin chefs with a diverse menu featuring everything from fermented mashed potatoes to foraged fruit...."

The Q&A Hole
Austin chefs field questions about the weirdest thing they ever ate and the trends they want 86'ed
Food Story  June 14, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Ned Elliott, executive chef at Foreign & Domestic: Dinner at Les Cocottes in Paris, or just eating in the Boqueria in Barcelona...."

Foreign & Domestic Food & Drink
Go eat there
Food Review  August 13, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Chef couple Ned and Jodi Elliott arrived in Austin last year with impressive culinary credentials to create their first restaurant. They are both graduates of the Culinary Institute of America and have worked in some of the most high-profile restaurant kitchens in New York, London, and Portland, Ore., learning from chefs such as Alain Ducasse, Thomas Keller, David Bouley, Claudia Fleming, Danny Meyer, Doug Psaltis, and Michael Symon..."

Food-O-File
Jodi Elliott branches out with Bribery and other chef comings and goings
Food Column  October 18, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Fans of Jodi Elliott's biweekly bake sales will be happy to know she's finally announcing plans for her new business venture. The bake sales will continue at Foreign & Domestic (306 E..."

Are DIY Chefs Biting Off More Than They Can Chew?
Five local foodies convene on kitchen DIY
DAILY SXSW  March 9, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...A very late addition to the SXSW Interactive programming, "DIY: The New Culinary Movement" was part of the newly formed Food track. Moderated by Meghan McCarron, editor of Eater Austin, the panel consisted of Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic, Paul Qui of East Side King and Qui, and Rene Ortiz and Laura Sawicki of Fresa’s and the forthcoming Launderette and Angry Bear restaurants..."

Emerging Foodscapes
Austin restaurants get serious about design
Arts Story  June 14, 2013, by Rachel Feit
"...And most owners strive to provide that, even when they cannot afford to hire a professional architect. Ned and Jodi Elliott opened Foreign & Domestic on a shoestring budget, but design was still important to them..."

The Heart of a Printer, the Art of a Chef
Designer Jeff Scott brings the culinary life to vivid, multilayered display
Books Story  April 20, 2012, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...JS: I'm working, putting together a documentary feature right now, a film, which I'll be shooting in the next two or three months, and I'll be doing some Austin chefs. I'm definitely going to be featuring Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic..."

Food-O-File
Our food writers go On the Range with a slew of new food events
Food Column  December 7, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Speaking of Foreign & Domestic, be sure to ask Ned and Jodi Elliott about their pop-up ­restaurant experience in New York City over the weekend, where they were guest chefs at an annual event called Immaculate Infatuation. From what we gathered on Twitter, they were a big hit..."

Food-o-File
Roving restaurants adventure through Austin
Food Column  November 2, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...This coming week, Austin hosts another pop-up, when pastry chefs from around the country drop into town to join forces with local talent for an event called Killed by Dessert, raising money for Share Our Strength's national No Kid Hungry campaign. Jodi and Ned Elliott will host the party at Foreign & Domestic (306 E..."

Food-o-File
New Year's resolutions
Food Column  December 18, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Foreign & Domestic (306 E. 53rd) chef/owner Ned Elliott once again this January hosts Indie Chefs Week..."

Food-o-File
Pastries, pastries, pastries
Food Column  September 25, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Speaking of breakfast pastries, Ned Elliott advises us that Foreign & Domestic (306 E. 53rd) is once again offering popovers, quick breads, and coffee from Greenway Coffee (Houston) and Cuvee Coffee (Austin) daily from 7-11am..."

The 2011 Fried Chicken Update
Flip the bird – onto a waffle, that is
Food Story  July 29, 2011, by Claudia Alarcón
"...Chef Ned Elliott takes the chicken-and-biscuit concept up a notch at Foreign & Domestic (306 E. 53rd)..."

Tickets to Indie Chefs Week Make Great Stocking Stuffers
Get dinner tickets for the adventurous foodie on your list
DAILY Food  November 27, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Chef/restaurateur Ned Elliott hosted a week of eclectic sold out dinners at Foreign & Domestic (503 E. 53rd) last January..."

Chefs' Night Out
Some top local chefs talk about where they go when they eat out
Food Story  September 16, 2011, by Mick Vann
"...• Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic had this to add regarding his faves and guilty pleasures: "After working, I am usually craving bourbon and beef! We as a restaurant love to hit up Contigo or Nomad bar when the taco truck is outside; we usually send someone to scout it out. Also love to grab drinks at Yellow Jacket Social Club, food at Peached Tortilla..."

Food-o-File: Weekend Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  January 3, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Ned Elliott has announced some changes to the fast-approaching Indie Chefs Week. The week-long event has now been compressed down to three days, January 8-10 and tickets are still available..."

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