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On Leaving Paradise for an Oasis
An Austin foodie falls in love with Marathon and West Texas' other boutique towns
Food Story  January 19, 2007, by Claudia Alarcón
"...They seemed like mythical names out of an old Western to me. Then, last spring, I learned that chef Paul Petersen had become executive chef at the legendary Gage Hotel in Marathon after closing his highly acclaimed Little Texas Bistro in Buda..."

Paul Petersen brings his pit master skills to Lake Creek
Food Review  August 26, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...I've followed chef Paul Petersen's career since the talented San Antonio native operated the cozy Little Texas Bistro on Main Street in tiny Buda. After closing the successful bistro, Petersen continued to build his reputation running the kitchen at the historic Gage Hotel in West Texas and then a busy steak house in a restored historic property on the town square in McKinney..."

Among the Smoldering Embers
The 17th annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival: Contest results
Food Story  August 31, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...In the earlier days of this 17-year-old event, a chef named John Randall concocted salsas that placed regularly in the individual category as well as some that were representative of three different businesses – Green Pastures, the Yellow Rose, and the Texas Chili Parlor – before moving away from Austin and retiring from the competition. These days, a young chef named Paul Petersen has taken up that banner, recently garnering accolades for himself as well as his former Little Texas Bistro in Buda and now trekking back to Austin every August to represent the Gage Hotel from the far West Texas town of Marathon..."

National media still eating up Austin's food scene; and other edible news to chew on
Food Column  July 22, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Former Austin chef Paul Petersen announced his return to town last week. He's teamed with fellow San Antonio native Roger Diaz in an overhaul of the Lake Creek Shopping Center outlet of Diaz's Vivo restaurant (12233 RR 620 N.)..."

News of the new and of the old; plus, a recipe you'll want to hold on to
Food Column  May 27, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...News of the New Congratulations to Paul and Beth Petersen, owners of Little Texas Bistro (214 N. Main in Buda, 312-5828) on the birth of their daughter Ella, who arrived last week at 8 lbs., 1 oz., and 21 inches long..."

Have Food, Will Travel
West Texas' wee oasis of fine dining is just six hours of driving from Austin
Food Story  July 24, 2009, by Claudia Alarcón
"...After a dip and a drink, we always look forward to dinner at the historic Gage's restaurant, Cafe Cenizo. Until a few months ago, the kitchen here was the playground of former Austin chef Paul Petersen, who elevated the cuisine and service to a nationally recognized high standard..."

Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival's Sunday Fair
This favorite family-friendly outdoor food party will be staged on the beautiful grounds of San Gabriel Park in Georgetown, rain or shine
Food Story  April 11, 2008, by Claudia Alarcón
"...This year's new Eat+Drink+Local tent will feature cooking demos from Texas chefs Jeff Blank of Hudson's on the Bend, Paul Petersen of the Gage Hotel in Marathon, and Justin Raiford of 34th Street Cafe. These will be interspersed with interesting wine talks from Stephan Hockey, who will be discussing terroir as expressed in the wines from Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant, and winemaker Jim Johnson from the acclaimed Alamosa Wine Cellars in Lampasas..."

No rest from the fests; plus, Paul Petersen in the pages of Esquire
Food Column  September 28, 2007, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The menu looks very inviting... Kudos to former Austin chef and recent Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Contest finalist Paul Petersen for the great coverage he's received in the October issue of Esquire..."

Second that!
Food Column  April 7, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Considering the remarkable success of the Little Texas Bistro in Buda, I was very surprised when chef/owner Paul Petersen called to say he was closing up shop on April 1. It wasn't an April Fools' joke, either..."

Hot Sauce Fest Cooking Demo Tent
Food Story  August 26, 2011, by Claudia Alarcón
"...1-2pm: Longtime festival attendees and food aficionados will rejoice with the return of chef Paul Petersen to our fair city. The San Antonio native and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America gained regional acclaim for his inventive takes on Texas cuisine, first at his much-missed Little Texas Bistro in Buda, then as executive chef at the Gage Hotel's Cafe Cenizo in Marathon..."

The 16th 'Austin Chronicle' Hot Sauce Festival: contest results
Food Story  September 1, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Honorable Mentions: Jimmy Anderson (Alvin), John Robinson, Andrew Rodenberg, Akl Batrouni, Jason Brice, Jeff Schulz, Roy Alvarado (Round Rock), Jimmy Anderson (Alvin), Marc Irving (Cedar Park), Ken Coffelt (Briarcliff), Cesar Remus, Jarrod C. Mejia (Cedar Park), Paul Petersen (Alpine), Mike Bunga, Steve McMillon, Richard Botello (Dripping Springs), Jason Stanford, Rene Moreno, Dana Richie (Cedar Park), Roy Alvarado (Round Rock), Dennise Cowart, Juana Younce, Justin Williams, ManDee Mason (DeLeon), Bryan Bunkowski, Brandon Grebe, Scott NettlesGreen SauceFirst: Mark & Margaret Harsh (Round Rock)..."

Jettison your DiGiorno: Bola Pizza comes to your freezer
Food Column  December 23, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Look for the official application at Austin has got to have some potential winners – chefs John Bullington and Paul Petersen, this is definitely in your wheelhouses!..."

Food Events
Cirkiel vs. Petersen cook-off, Champagne, and pomme preservation on the menu this week
Food Column  October 14, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...› Target presents a promotional cooking competition between Austin chefs Shawn Cirkiel of parkside and Paul Petersen of Vivo's Lake Creek location. TV personality and food critic Gail Simmons hosts the cook-off in the parking lot at Fourth & Congress..."

Event Menu
A guide to Austin-area foodie events – smackdowns, socials, and more
Food Column  January 15, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• The outdoor stage at Stubb's (801 Red River, 480-8341) becomes a venue for Texas celebrity chefs when the restaurant/music venue hosts the Bad to the Bone Chef Smackdown to benefit the Sustain­able Food Center. Chefs David Bull of Bolla at the Stoneleigh Hotel in Dallas, Paul Petersen of Rick's Chophouse in McKinney, and Shawn Cirkiel of parkside here in Austin will create original dishes based on secret ingredients during televised cooking demonstrations..."

Four days of wining and dining with the best
Food Column  April 18, 2008, by Virginia B. Wood
"...It was the second time in the past two weeks I've had the opportunity to sample the cooking of local chef Lawrence Kocurek, and I'm more convinced than ever that he's one to watch. Both local and visiting chefs presented standing-room-only classes to appreciative crowds at the Central Market Cook­ing School and the Sunday Fair – we're told the Saturday brunch class with Charles­ton, S.C., chef Bob Wag­goner and the Chef Smack­down dinner between Paul Petersen and Josh Watkins were particular treats..."

16 Magazine and the birth of music journalism
Music Story  November 30, 2007, by Margaret Moser
"...The October 1964 cover also depicts TV star Paul Petersen plugging his ears against the Fab Four. Inside are photos from Shelley Fabares' wedding to "Only Sixteen" author and future Monterey Pop impresario Lou Adler, with Petersen and Annette Funicello in attendance..."

The 'Austin Chronicle' Hot Sauce Festival Winners
Past winners
Food Story  August 24, 2007
"...SV: 1) Chuck Hell, 2) Paul Petersen (Alpine), 3) Burt Friedman..."

Food Events
Food events for the stomach, soul, and liver
Food Column  October 28, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...› Chef Paul Petersen of Vivo's Lake Creek location (12233 RR 620 N. #105) will prepare a multicourse dinner paired with wines showcasing the restaurant's growing wine list..."

Play It Again, Sam
All About Eve (1950)
Screens Story  June 3, 1999
"...And while Cary Grant and Sophia Loren's star power alone can float boats, it's the kids in Houseboat -- the three young Winston siblings who have recently lost their mother -- that keep this vessel seaworthy, a tribute to director Melville Shavelson's handling and realistic script. Veteran child actor Paul Petersen (Mickey Mouse Club, Gidget, The Donna Reed Show) portrays kleptomaniac David, whose 13-year-old broken heart is carefully concealed by typical eldest-son bravado..."

Food Events
July 4-10
Food Column  July 5, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Burgers 'n Blues Enjoy an art show, live music, wine tastings, and burgers grilled by chef Paul Petersen at this festive event on the patio. Event is free but lunches must be purchased by online reservation..."

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