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Review: Salt Trader's Coastal Cooking
Latest concept from Jack Gilmore is anchored in seafood
Food Story  March 2, 2017, by Melody Fury
"...The inspiration behind Salt Traders Coastal Cooking spans the East Coast to the Bahamas, with a focus on the Gulf. Partnering with the Coastal Conservancy Association, the kitchen is committed to serving sustainably sourced seafood...."

Austin Restaurant News You Might’ve Missed
Just a few local food reminders – and a contest!
DAILY Food  January 16, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...Seafood-focused Round Rock restaurant Salt Traders Coastal Cooking announced the opening of a second location in South Austin’s Barton Oaks Plaza. “We’ve had so much fun over the last two years in Round Rock, and we’re fortunate to now open a second Salt Traders south of the river,” says Salt Traders Chef Jack Gilmore...."

Single Barrel Whiskey for the Right Price at Jack Allen's Kitchen
High-quality, approachable whiskeys to get you out of your comfort zone
Food Story  February 7, 2019, by Jessi Cape
"...Witnessing whiskey orders at a packed bar makes it pretty clear that in the almost 400 years since the beloved brown liquor landed on the official record, and despite countless variations to suit most palates, people choose their whiskey out of habit. Along with his team of fellow bourbon lovers, David Toby, beverage director of Jack Allen's Kitchen and Salt Traders Coastal Cooking, created a hand-selected single barrel whiskey program at their family of four JAK restaurants..."

Five Arty Things to Do This Weekend: Aug. 24-26
Because you wouldn’t stop at just four things, would you?
DAILY Arts  August 24, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...And, also on Saturday, if you feel a little roadtrippy, you could journey north to Georgetown to catch a trio of hot Austinites showing their work at the Georgetown Art Center. (And if you’re gonna do that last thing? Pro tip: Treat yourself to a dinner at Jack Allen’s excellent Salt Traders restaurant in Round Rock on the way up or the way back.)..."

Tell Us More!
Postmarks  March 23, 2017
"...Dear Editor, Melody Fury wrote a review about the new seafood-focused restaurant, Salt Traders Coastal Cooking, opening up in Round Rock [Food, March 3]. I read the great reviews of the decor and the great ambience the restaurant brings..."

Live Fire!, Farm to Plate Debut Lineups
Daily Austin food news
DAILY Food  March 2, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Jack Gilmore and Tom Kamm, the team behind perennial favorite Jack Allen’s Kitchen, is debuting a new concept in Round Rock. Salt Traders Coastal Cooking will feature approachable cuisine form Gilmore and Chef Chris Ten Eyck, a fresh beverage program from David Toby, and a interiors from LEVY Architects. [image-3]..."

Heroes on the Half Shell
The oyster is Austin's world
Food Story  May 5, 2016, by Jessi Cape
"...Austin is #blessed with a bounty of high-quality seafood peddling establishments, and all the go-tos feature raw oysters, with most offering a good deal at least one night a week: Clark's Oyster Bar and big brother Perla's, parkside and Alcomar, Quality Seafood and Mongers Fish Market, Foreign & Domestic, and Justine's Brasserie, Hillside Farmacy, and even Lucy's Fried Chicken. Jack Gilmore is opening Salt Traders Coastal Cooking this summer, and the list goes on and on..."

Five Can’t-Miss Austin Food & Drink Events This Week
You know you love a good local deal
DAILY Food  January 29, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...15, 6-9pm, Jack Allen’s Kitchen will be hosting their ninth annual patio party at the restaurant’s Oak Hill location. The $150 ticket cost all goes to benefit the Lone Star Paralysis Foundation, and gets you a spread of food from the Jack Allen’s Kitchen kitchen, plus bites from sister restaurant Salt Traders Coastal Cooking; an open bar of specialty cocktails; and beer and wine from local sponsors like Tito’s Vodka, Tequila 512, Garrison Brothers Distillery, Treaty Oak Distilling, Becker Vineyards, and Thirsty Planet Brewing..."

Tickets on Sale Now for Austin Oyster Fest, Austin Women in Culinary Dinner, and Austin Food & Wine Festival
These are three foodie events you should definitely not miss
DAILY Food  January 24, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...Level up to the VIP ticket for $115 a head to bask in VIP Chef Oyster tastings throughout the day including bites by chef Shane Stark of Mongers Market + Kitchen, chef Gerard Kenny of Le Politique, chef Russell Dougherty of The Little Darlin,’ and chef Chris Bauer of Eddie V’s Edgewater Grill which is sponsoring a swag bag for the road. Other participating restaurants include Nightcap and Salt Traders Coastal Cooking and Deep Eddy Vodka presents speciality cocktail pairings..."

Top 10 Local Tastes of Heaven on Earth
A seemingly random assortment of flavors linked by excellence
Food Story  December 27, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...4) THE FAT JACK BURGER at Jack Allen's Kitchen – and its near-equivalent at the celebrated chef's Salt Traders joint in Round Rock – is my top pick for grilled ground beef on a bun in Central Texas...."

Celebrity Judges
This year’s distinguished panel of judges includes ...
Food Story  August 23, 2018
"...David Toby: beverage director of both Salt Traders Coastal Cooking and Jack Allen's Kitchen..."

Sustainable Food Center’s Farm to Plate Dinner
Support local food and have a blast doing it
DAILY Food  May 9, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...We know you’re curious, so without further ado, here’s the full list of participating culinary magicians who share the SFC mission: Food Austin ISD Nutrition & Food Services – chef Louis Ortiz Aviary Wine + Kitchen – chef Thomas Calhoun Barr Mansion – chef Jessie Ximenes [image-2-right] bespoke food – chef Tony Oppie Boiler Nine – chef Jason Stude The Bonneville – chef Jennifer Costello and chef Chris Hurley The Brewer's Table – chef Zach Hunter Bullfight – chef Austin Finley Café Josie – chef Todd Havers and chef Cody Taylor Cannon + Belle – chef Yesica Arredondo Cocoa Puro – chef Tom Pedersen Contigo and Chicon – chef PJ Edwards Delysia Chocolatier – chef Nicole Patel Eden East and Hillside Farmacy – chef Sonya Cote Fixe – chef Adam Puskorius Greenhouse Craft Food – chef Rob Snow and chef Todd Engel Holy Roller – Britt Castro Italic – chef Andrew Curren Juniper – chef Nicholas Yanes La Condesa – chef Rick Lopez L'Oca d'Oro – chef Fiore Tedesco Lick Honest Ice Creams – Anthony Sobotik Make It Sweet – chef Jennifer Bartos Pitchfork Pretty – chef Max Snyder Salt Traders Coastal Cooking – chef Chris Ten Eyck and chef Jack Gilmore South Congress Hotel – chef Lindsay Flagg Sway – chef Stacey Jones Tacodeli – chef Roberto Espinosa Thai Fresh – chef Jam Sanitchat TRACE – chef James Zoller Uchi – chef Joe Zoccoli Vinaigrette – chef Erin Wade Wu Chow – chef Ji Peng Chen [image-3-right] Drinks Argus Cidery The Austin Wine Merchant Caffe del Fuego True Coffee Liquor Dripping Springs Vodka Dripping Springs Gin Paula’s Texas Lemon Hops & Grain Hye Meadow Winery Independence Brewing Company Kuhlman Cellars Lewis Wines Pontotoc Vineyard Saint Arnold Brewing Company Tipsy Texan Wedding Oak Winery Zhi Tea See www.sustainablefoodcenter.org/farm-to-plate for more details...."

Austin's Top Chefs Come Together for Harvey Relief
Event will donate 100% of proceeds to hurricane aid
DAILY Food  September 6, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...The event was organized seemingly overnight and features some of the boldest names in Austin food including  Shawn Cirkiel (Parkside Projects), Tyson Cole (Uchi/Uchiko), Todd Duplechan (Lenoir), Brent Fogerty (Cold Ones Pops), Kevin Fink (Emmer & Rye), Michael Fojtasek (Olamaie), Bryce Gilmore (Odd Duck/Barley Swine), Jack Gilmore (Jack Allen’s Kitchen/Salt Traders Coastal Kitchen), Zach Hunter (The Brewer’s Table), Rick Lopez (La Condesa), the team from McGuire Moorman Hospitality, Yoshi Okai (Otoko), Rene Ortiz and Nayan Desai (Launderette), Zack Perez (Paperboy), Amanda Rockman (South Congress Hotel), Laura Sawicki (Launderette), Max Snyder (Pitchfork Pretty), Callie Speer (Holy Roller), Philip Speer (Bonhomie), Jim Tripi (Eberly), Andrew Wiseheart (Contigo/Chicon), and Nic Yanes (Juniper)...."

Austin Bakes for Virginia B. Wood
Food community gives back to former Chronicle food editor
DAILY Food  June 21, 2017, by Kali Venable
"...Lisa Fox of Asti Iliana de la Vega of El Naranjo Janelle Reynolds of @ Large Chefs Ted Prater of Banger’s Sausage House and Beer Garden Philip Speer of Bonhomie Reina Morris of Buenos Aires Café Yesica Arredondo of Cannon + Belle Kendall Melton of Contigo and Chicon Tavel Bristol-Joseph of Emmer & Rye Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic Callie Speer of Holy Roller Hoover Alexander of Hoover’s Cooking Drew Dunston of Nightcap Juliann Stoddart of Parkside Projects Janina O’Leary of Play Dough Bud Royer of Royers Round Top Café Olivia O’Neal of Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop Jennifer Costello of The Bonneville Hall Sheriff of Texas French Bread Angel Begaye of TRACE Courtney Franke of Salt Traders Coastal Cooking Michelle Arcilla Hall of Second Bar + Kitchen Emily Maddy of Boiler Nine Susan Eggert of Food! Food! Joshua Thomas of Mattie’s Dennis Van of District Kitchen + Cocktails and Oasthouse Kitchen + Bar Stephen Bonin and Yolanda Diaz of Geraldine’s and Café 605 Dee Dee Sanchez of Jack Allen's Kitchen Stephanie McClenny of Confituras The culinary team of Uchi/Uchiko The culinary team of the Fairmont Austin...."

Class Credit
Reviewing the Central Market Cooking School
Food Story  March 24, 2000, by Mick Vann
"...She favors the food of Hunan because it is subtler and uses less oil, making it the lighter of the two. The original fire of the regions came from Sichuan peppercorns, but both warmly embraced the arrival of the chile pepper when introduced by the spice traders..."

Downtown Dining & Bites of Austin
Food Story  March 11, 2011
"...Nationally renowned chef Jesse Griffiths is usually cooking up heavenly artisanal sausage, biscuits and gravy, and other incredible breakfast fare at the Dai Due tent. Taco Deli is always representing with their award-winning breakfast tacos, and Texas Coffee Traders is pouring the hot stuff..."

Melodymaker
Slayer's oracle originates from Palestine, Texas, for 15 years now
Music Story  September 24, 2010, by Raoul Hernandez
"...TA: Yeah, because of the tape traders. But nowadays everything is digital, and if you really want you can burn one of your old cassettes to disc..."

The Culinary Library
Worthwhile gift choices from Santa's book bag
Food Story  December 13, 2002, by Mick Vann
"...The Glorious Foods of Greece is a landmark work that completely covers the fascinating variety of the true terroir, regional cuisines of Greece and its islands. It perfectly illustrates how the foods of Greece have been heavily influenced through the millenniums by traders of the Near and Middle East, the Italians and Balkans and Turks, and how closely the dishes are tied to the bounty and restrictions of the land and surrounding sea...."

Dancing About Architecture
NXNW news; speak of the devil and Chris Gates shall appear.
Music Column  September 22, 2000, by Ken Lieck
"...A few weeks ago when I was on vacation we re-ran some classic Dancing anecdotes dating from 1991-93. Among those bits was a reference to Junkyard-era Chris Gates, so imagine my surprise this week when I ran into the former Big Boy and was informed that not only was that Southern Rock band's first album re-released a couple of years ago (where this week's Dancing art comes from), it's reportedly expected to reach gold status any day now! Admittedly, the disc has its moments, and in fact, any Texas rock radio station worth its salt should be playing the band's power ballad "Simple Man" at least as often as they regale us with "Free Bird." Furthermore, evidence that Internet traders are desperately seeking rare Junkyard material led Gates to ink a deal last year to release a live album from the band's peak days on Cleopatra Records..."

Music Amidst Used Furniture
The History of the Red River Strip
Music Story  October 11, 1996
"...The building across the street was owned by Dutch Meyers. Both of 'em were old horse traders, and Branton had had the building since it was a mule barn, then Meyers had it..."

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