Central Texas Food Bank
"...7) South Austin Foodie (www.southaustinfoodie.com) This blog has done a heroic job of keeping current and never fails to interest. In addition to documenting meals both at restaurants and at home, the South Austin Foodie rounds up news and previews events and openings, all accompanied by stellar photography and bold opinions...."
"...This week’s edition of Newsweek sports a foodie porn cover hawking the winners of the 2012 Newsweek Foodie Awards...."
"...7) Austin Urban Gardens (www.austinurbangardens.wordpress.com) Austin Urban Gardens covers a lot more ground than the name suggests; although there are indeed posts about building and working urban gardens, there are also posts on a score of other food-related topics, like what to do with what you grow, local chefs, cookbooks, farmers' markets, local food businesses, and, honestly, just about everything an Austin foodie is interested in. Great reading, and very professionally done...."
"...the most nuanced and foodie-friendly tea of them all..."
"...Although the family has foodie blood, huevos con weenies is as simple as it gets. Cook a few hot dogs, scramble eggs, mix with Jack cheese, serve over corn tortillas hot off the comal...."
"...At North Austin's Reale's Italian Cafe, only family members are allowed to make the sauce. Originally opened in 1980, shuttered in late '88, and reborn in '94, Reale's has served the Balcones neighborhood heaping portions of carbonara and seafood ala diavola since long before foodie became a buzzword..."
"...7) SOUTH AUSTIN FOODIE I wish every area of Austin had a blogger as knowledgeable, dedicated, and prolific as the South Austin Foodie. Honest reviews of restaurants, both old and new, schedules of upcoming food events, and news..."
"...Typically, markets are for-profit (albeit meager, if at all) enterprises commenced by a farming collective or passionate foodie(s). As American cuisine came to be defined less in terms of canned cream of mushroom soup and more in terms of fresh, seasonal, and regional ingredients, consumers became educated and interested in the relationship between the farm and the dinner plate...."
"...The following five women made an indelible impression on Austin's culinary scene during the third and fourth quarters of the 20th century, and they are by no means the only ones. Whether we're triggering fond memories for you or introducing these women to you for the first time, we think these are names every Austin foodie should know...."
"...Robert Rodriguez fans already know he’s a serious foodie from the cooking lessons on his films' DVD extras (scroll down for video). Now the director is getting into food in an even bigger way, by investing in local restaurant chain Fresa’s and planning food-related content for his hatchling El Rey Network...."
"...Drop by around 3pm this Friday to sample the Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye... If you are like me and were confused about what happened to the excellent PBS program Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie when KLRU2 became KLRUQ, never fear..."
"...The Santa Fe School of Cooking in Santa Fe, N.M., teaches food-preparation techniques that your mother might not have passed along. The school mixes the fun of watching someone else do the cooking with a great foodie store, and at the end of the three-hour class, the students get to eat the lesson...."
"...There's an open eGullet forum for all things Texas www.forums.egullet.org/index.php?showforum28 and one can easily look for Austin posts. The local chapter of eGullet participants announces its food-related, semimonthly get-togethers here (such as a pairing of port with food at member Foodie 52's house), and eGullet-friendly authors like Bourdain convene with interested eGulleteers over dinner when they are in town signing cookbooks...."
"...The next morning we got up early and flew to Kangaroo Island. This is a must-see for nature lovers, foodies, and wine lovers looking for the next new place before it gets too expensive..."
"...The foodie entry in South by Southwest Film 2012 is Eating Alabama, a thoughtful and often humorous documentary about the pursuit of local food. Our Melanie Haupt will be weighing in with her thoughts on the film at some point..."
"...While she's at home, Murphy posts monthly updates on the food page of her site, describing such things as her favorite restaurant of the month (it's Mandola's Italian Market), her current food vice (salt), and perhaps sharing recipes. Foodie fans interact with her via the site and show up for her cooking classes as well...."
"...Favreau plays Carl Casper, the titular chef, highly successful and passionate about his food and his restaurant, but forced to conform to a money-grubbing owner's wishes. After a dust-up at the restaurant (do food bloggers really have that much sway?), Carl looks to reconnect with his foodie roots – and with his 10-year-old son, whose custody Carl shares with his ex...."
"...The Dallas Farmers Market is a foodie's paradise. The food rule that it is always better to have too much than not enough applies when shopping here...."
"...If the trailers for the summer's newest foodie film have piqued your culinary curiosity, the Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline is offering a four-course feast on Wednesday, Aug. 20 that food-loving film fans won't want to miss...."