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Moon-Shaped Panties & the Saint of White Trash
The Late Lucinda Williams
Music Story  October 23, 1998, by Margaret Moser
"...Besides getting the usual business considerations out of the way, there are tapes to review and critique, mail to read. Running errands all day isn't all that exciting, especially when you're trapped in stand-still traffic on Briley Parkway near Opryland for almost two hours, and since work habits are hard to keep up when one is not at home much, the safe harbor of any road-weary musician becomes restaurants and bars, where the food is consistent and the $60 bottles of wine written about in Newsweek flow freely. It's Just a Record, Lu..."

On the Edge of the Edge
John Cassavetes
Screens Story  January 23, 1998, by Michael Ventura
"...It was all those things, and it was something more: It was humble. For all his arrogance, his pride, his rages, John Cassavetes was a sweet and humble man, a man who would spend hours - and on a shooting day! - listening to the opinions and stories of grips, script girls, bit players, and the people who dished out the food, because human beings interested John..."

Day Trips
Columns  November 21, 1997, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Shaw contacted the Agriculture Extension at Texas A&M and asked for advice on setting up a food business. The original recipe made six quarts of pickles and you can't just double that and go, Shaw says..."

Texas Platters
Music Review  January 24, 1997
"...Try Japanese Fast Food (Pope Yes)..."

Delicious and Nurturing Indian Fare at a South Austin Strip Mall
Asiana Indian Cuisine has something for every palate
Food Story  January 3, 2019, by Emily Beyda
"...There are a few quirks here – dishes that, while less familiar within the classic Americanized South Indian repertoire, embody the same spirit: indulgently layered, slow-cooked, and sweet, redolent of spices and cream. There's the perennially popular cauliflower 65 (also available in a chicken iteration) – a sort of South Indian take on kung pao cauliflower, breaded and fried and served in a spicy sauce – or the Indian spring rolls, apparently modeled on a Kolkata street food classic..."

20 Special Occasion Restaurants
We pick our favorite spots for a night out
DAILY Food  November 30, 2018, by The Food Staff
"...How many people have been proposed to at Apis? It has to be a lot, right? Between the spectacular Hill Country setting (that deck!) and menus focused on fresh global takes on high-quality local ingredients, Apis will make your heart skip a beat. Arlo Grey 111 E. Cesar Chavez www.thelinehotel.com/austin/food-drink..."

Hungry at Trib Fest? Here Are 14 of Our Favorite Restaurants.
A sampling of interior Mexican cuisine to dim sum in Downtown Austin
DAILY Chron Events  September 13, 2018
"...111 Congress All six concepts at this upscale food court add twists to their flagship spots’ menus to create an assemblage of new, excellent iterations. Antonelli’s Cheese Shop carries their signature hand-picked cheeses plus meal options like their ultra top-notch creamy mac & cheese..."

Crisis Pregnancy Centers: Money for Nothing
Despite unprecedented taxpayer investment, state-funded CPCs deliver few services
News Story  July 19, 2018, by Mary Tuma
"...Meanwhile, funding toward the A2A program has shown a heavy investment in anti-choice persuasion rather than tangible services, let alone legitimate health care. While proponents of the program enjoy touting its ostensibly myriad services for women – baby and maternity clothes, childbirth and parenting classes, food pantries – to justify its existence, the overwhelming bulk of services provided by state-funded CPCs fall under "counsel time," as records obtained by the Chronicle under a public information request from the Health and Human Ser­vices Commission show..."

Review: Yoshi Ramen and Veggie Heaven
Chef Stacy Chen is the bandleader of two distinctly tasty Asian restaurants
Food Story  March 22, 2018, by Jessi Cape
"...There's something remarkable about food so tasty, so filling, so warm that it becomes a craving even on days when our local climate suggests we're being cooked in a convection oven. Such is ramen, Japan's solution to humans' insatiable desire for comfort..."

Future Imperfect: Our Favorite Dystopian Films
VOTE: Deadly roller derby, sad clones, and a Road Warrior duke it out
DAILY Screens  September 28, 2017, by Kimberley Jones
"...Dystopian films wax and wane in popularity, but they’ve been with us since the beginning; as early as 1927, Fritz Lang’s silent Metropolis spoke to audience’s uneasiness about wealth inequity and the rise of robotics. Name any real-life horror – war, refugee bans, contaminated food and water supplies, forced sterilization – and it’s surely inspired a piece of dystopian art...."

SXSW Downtown Dining Guide
So you’re hungry at SXSW?
Food Story  March 9, 2017, by The Food Staff
"...7) NO VA Kitchen & Bar87 Rainey, 512/382-5651 www.novaonrainey.com A tip of the hat to the city's favorite comfort foods...."

The Luv Doc
Something very fundamental is missing
Columns  May 26, 2016, by The Luv Doc
"...We went to a dinner at a chain restaurant and got seated at a small table. The guy literally talked through the entire dinner and chunks of his food kept flying into my salad and falling into his beard..."

Rebel Pizza Bar
Neighborhood concept still needs some rising
Food Story  December 10, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Maybe it's the imprint of a school reward system set since elementary, but I fixate on pizza more than any other food. Until recently, my Facebook cover photo featured a print of gooey pepperoni pies..."

Lizard Lick Cookbook Has Local Roots
Gluten-free recipes written with Blackbird Bakery owner
DAILY Food  August 3, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Morgan helped her solve that problem, too, by showing her how to adapt a beloved cake recipe. Armed with a baking mix recipe formulated by Morgan, Shirley whipped up a version of her Mama's 1-2-3-4 Cake that had always been one of her favorite comfort foods..."

Joel Garza Wins Citywide 86’d
St. Philip gets bragging rights
DAILY Food  June 16, 2015, by Serena Yeh
"...As part of his winnings, Garza received the opportunity to stage in San Francisco’s Aster, under Executive Chef Brett Cooper, and a $2250 educational travel grant from the Wine & Food Foundation of Texas. He also received an interesting array of prizes much like the intriguing mix of mystery ingredients in each round – including a Mission Restaurant Supply engraved stock pot, Cricker’s cricket flour, and a GelPro Comfort Elite floor mat...."

Dancing Circles
Dai Due's sure footing
Food Story  December 18, 2014, by Brandon Watson
"...Squarish biscuits sit on top, perhaps not dumplings per se, but just dense enough for sopping. The Dai Due Breakfast ($9), with its health food trio of brown rice, kale, and kimchi, was the only dish that might be out of place at a diner, but even that had a fried egg..."

Bless Their Heart
Olamaie's Southern is everything but down-home
Food Story  December 4, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...The third in a troika of Southern-centric restaurants to open this fall, Olamaie was perhaps the most highly anticipated thanks to a series of splashy pop-ups and a long-delayed opening. Tucked into a refurbished cottage that once housed the beloved Mars and Sagra restaurants, Olamaie, the brainchild of chefs Michael Fojtasek and Grae Nonas, specializes in modern Southern food inspired by a namesake grandmother and local ingredients...."

Eyes on the Prize
Thai-Kun is another Qui winner
Food Story  October 2, 2014, by Brandon Watson
"...Nevertheless, it is hard to deny that Qui is one of the reasons why Austin food continues to be relevant. The long lines at Thai-Kun are not just an indication of buzz, but also a testament to quality..."

Dinner Lab: You Never Know Where It’s Gonna Be, But It’s Gonna Be Real Damn Good
The stealthy supper club gives locals a taste of 'guerrilla cuisine'
DAILY Food  March 26, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Yeah, see? Imagine those gastronomic selections done up right and and doled out via excellent service and you’ll understand why the couple dozen guests were oohing and ahhing and grinning amid the dinnertime conversation. I’d made it a point, before the event began and the food was served and Entertainment Tonight’s Rocsi Diaz – who is also the, ah, brand ambassador for the night’s Aquaçai sponsor – greeted the seated crowd with a 100-watt smile … I’d made it a point, I say, to interview the two reigning chefs there in the culinarily invaded KRAVE nightclub at 302 East Sixth..."

Kolaches Are a Big Hit in Brooklyn
Homesick Texans visit bakery for a taste of home
DAILY Food  September 3, 2013, by Phillip Pantuso
"...[image-1] A lifelong Texan who finds himself living in New York City can, if he wants, find adequate replacements for the comfort foods of home – or so I've found in the year since I moved here from Austin for graduate school. The Big Apple seemed to notice Texan cuisine a few years ago, prompting Hill Country-inspired dry-rub BBQ joints, a couple of not-bad Tex-Mex restaurants, and a breakfast taco “craze” which itself spawned not one, but two trend pieces in the New York Times..."

Wounded Animal's Needless Suffering
Postmarks  December 5, 2012
"...Dear Editor, Although I do not hunt or eat meat, I appreciated Jessi Cape’s honest account of her hunting class near Medina [“In the Blind,” Food, Nov. 30]..."

Stuffed Cajun Meat Market
Stuffed Meat Market serves up traditional Acadian dishes that don't skimp on flavor (or size)
Food Story  October 5, 2012, by Rachel Feit
"...Stuffed Cajun Meat Market and Specialty Foods12226 RR 620; 512/918-1600 Mon-Fri., 10am-8pm; Sat., 10am-6pm; Sun., 11am-5pm www.stuffedfoodstores.com..."

Partying on ESPN's Dime: Priceless
Horns Republic Square shindig turns into big freebie for fans
DAILY Sports  September 2, 2012, by Michael Corcoran
"...Can’t miss the season opener! Suddenly a guy with a walkie talkie and clipboard addressed the crowd two minutes before kickoff and apologized. To compensate, all the beer and food was free from then on, including the food trucks ringing the downtown square..."

Welcome to the Heat
'Austin Chronicle' Hot Sauce Festival
Food Story  August 24, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...There will be printed maps available at the festival (and online) to acquaint everyone with the new layout. In addition to the hot sauce tasting tent, food and drink vendors will be on hand, and our own Claudia Alarcón has put together a stellar lineup of chefs to demonstrate the finer points of salsa preparation..."

After a Fashion
Birthdays of art and birthdays of heart
Columns  August 19, 2011, by Stephen MacMillan Moser
"...It turns out that our trusty next-door neighbors, pillars of our neighborhood and great neighbors, lost a 5-year-old grandchild to leukemia in 2004. Libbie lived four years longer than her doctors initially thought she might, and her mother, Becky Nichols, owner of the Bountiful Bakery and Cafe in West Lake Hills and Bee Cave, decided to give back to the hospitals by donating home-cooked food..."

Confessions of a Festival Weenie
Girlie Action looks back at ACL 08
DAILY Music  September 29, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...If you can afford it, the VIP Grove is totally worth it. This isn’t like the ripoff $350 bleacher tix for the Stones, either – it’s got the goods from food to freebies..."

Off the Record
Greezy Wheels shift their gears for a midnight ramble, Black Joe Lewis preps for the Chronicle's annual Hot Sauce Festival, American Analog Set's Andrew Kenny rewinds back to Austin, and the lineup for the 2008 Fun Fun Fun Fest is in
Music Column  August 22, 2008, by Austin Powell
"...It all just runs off. It works; believe me." Entrance is free with the donation of three nonperishable food items for the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas. Random Play..."

Event Menu
Where to find the Austin Farmers' Market, at least for a while
Food Column  November 24, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Get the jump on upscale holiday shopping at the silent auction portion of the annual Big Reds and Bubbles Tasting of fine red wines, champagnes, and delectable local cuisine. The event takes place at the Driskill Hotel (Sixth & Brazos), and proceeds benefit the educational programs of the Wine & Food Foundation of Texas..."

Just an Old-Fashioned Cat
Eartha Kitt is one funny dame
Arts Story  July 21, 2006, by Kate X Messer
"...Well, it's not a matter of me talking or not talking about it, it's a matter of realizing that I am not sitting around moping about it. I am eating the right kind of foods..."

At the Table
Our panel of service experts
Food Story  March 31, 2006
"...Mahala Guevara, Magnolia Cafe general manager: Young Guevara's articulation of her attitudes about both service and hospitality made a significant impression on the panelists. Her grandfather provided medical care to hospitality workers in New Orleans and she related how she'd grown up "in this enchanted world where everywhere we went, people were delighted to see us and bring us wonderful food," making hospitality something she considers part of her "cultural legacy."..."

Paggi House
The new Paggi House's model is 'Nothing you expect, everything you want.' Um ...
Food Review  October 21, 2005, by Claudia Alarcón
"...The lunch fare features simple fare that resembles what you may find at Austin Java, such as fresh salads, sandwiches, soups, and pasta dishes, and it even retains the former Paggi classic, the Jackson Salad. But the food attractions here are the "small plates" created by Thomas and available in the evening..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  December 3, 2004
"...I am glad to contact you regarding the article entitled "Food-o-File" published on Nov. 19 in the Food section and written by Virginia B..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  March 5, 2004
"...No Politics in Food Section..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  February 28, 2003
"...Then we have Misters Katz and Meltzer -- just have to tell ya that running for mayor may entice us into their food joints. (Oh yea, Mr..."

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
Columns  January 17, 2003
"...Look, I'm not saying that people that live in South Austin are pretentious, I'm not saying that people that live in North Austin are not, all I'm saying is that the separation of people by race, religion, sex, creed, class (sound familiar?), and, maybe the simplest to forget, geographical location, is what keeps us from organizing anything more than a small food drive or a salamander protection agency whose members can't remember where there car keys are half the time...."

Cleopatra Nights at the Hot Jumbo Bagel Company
Hot Jumbo Bagel hosts a tearoom brimming with sophisticated exotica into the wee hours? Who knew?
Food Review  September 13, 2002, by Rachel Feit
"...Tired of Mexican food at two in the morning? Looking for someplace else to grab a cheap snack, perhaps something a bit more exotic than the same old taco and cheese? Well look no more: Austin now has its very own Russian and Mediterranean tea room on Friday and Saturday nights. Set within an unlikely location at the Hot Jumbo Bagel storefront, the Cleopatra Nights is one more example of the curious, hybrid eateries to hit the Austin dining scene...."

Fear & Loathing on the Inaugural Trail
One man's journey to the Bush inauguration confirms more than it denies.
Features Story  February 2, 2001, by Michael Bolduc
"...National Guardsmen, and riot cops in two blocks of that street. We all tried baiting them to some degree ("Pennsylvania has shitty Mexican food!" was all I could muster), but they were appropriately caught up in the moment...."

Day Trips
Remembering Bob Roberts, the dean of Texas barbecue.
Columns  August 18, 2000, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Besides knowing how to have a good time, Bob Roberts knew good food and had a good idea of how it should be prepared. In an interview in 1992, Roberts said he first got interested in the art of cooking meat over an open flame when he was stationed in Japan in 1955 and discovered hibachis..."

Cooking Time Is Family Time: Cooking Together, Eating Together, and Spending Time Together
Food Story  November 26, 1999, by Barbara Chisholm
"...I cherished the rituals of mealtime in my youth, and I can see the same sense of comfort and communion in my daughter when the family sits down together and breaks bread. Author Lynn Fredericks came upon this realization when she observed that her family mealtime had degenerated into food in front of the TV while she talked on the phone with various friends, family, etc..."

Grow and Prosper
With neighbors still reeling from 1990 expansion, Hyde Park Baptist plans another growth project.
News Story  November 19, 1999, by Erica C. Barnett
"...For a church whose congregation has proven its ability to give generously in the past (according to IRS records, the church's income from contributions and other sources in 1997, the most recent year for which information was available, was $557,632), Hyde Park is notoriously stingy with spreading its wealth outside its approximately five-block compound. The food pantry at the church is open just three days a week, and its at-home food service (the functional equivalent of Meals on Wheels) serves fewer than 40 families in the Austin area...."

On the Pork Trail
Noel Coward once declared that "Any part of the piggy / Is quite all right with me" but we found five pork dishes at Austin restaurants that are more alright than others.
Food Story  October 29, 1999, by Rachel Feit
"...They come not only from America, but from all over the world. Eating them can be almost a folkloric adventure, especially when a little food history is served alongside..."

Kids
Best of Austin Story  September 24, 1999
"...They even have a state-of-the-art arcade equipped with the hottest (non-gun-toting) video games. Play until you poop out, then seek sustenance at the food court..."

Day Trips
Columns  May 27, 1999, by Gerald E. McLeod
"...Fiesta Amistad in Round Rock presents Tejano music stars Eddie Gonzalez and Emilio along with mariachis, Ballet Folklorico, and food, May 29 & 30. 498-4677...."

Pizza-Based Life Forms
Food Story  May 6, 1999
"...To this day, Zack and Michael bond over video games and one other common interest: pizza. Zack's tastes in food reflect that of a sophisticated almost-vegetarian, raised to cover all four food groups..."

Getting the Shakes
Sippin' Your Sundaes Through a Straw
Food Story  July 18, 1997, by Pableaux Johnson
"...While some may argue that convenience killed the true milkshake (as evidenced by pre-mixed fast-food mixes), sometimes the urge for a shake hits while in transit. When there's no time to make one yourself and no time to hit the fountain, you just gotta drive through..."

Postmarks
Contradictions Exposed
Columns  January 10, 1997
"...I was amazed when I took the recumbent trike out to get the cat a can of food. A no-cars Christmas magic had settled on the streets. It had blown away the acrid clouds of exhaust gases..."

Film Reviews
Recommended
News Story  October 13, 1995
"...But when rival chef Xin Xin-xiong (better known as "Club Foot," yet another Once Upon a Time in China regular) challenges Qing Han to a test of cookery skills that culminates in a re-staging of the legendary "Qing and Han Imperial Feast," Cheung and Yuen must track a masterful chef-turned-scummy-recluse (Kenny Bee) in mainland China in order to win the contest. "Kung Food" might be a silly, if somewhat accurate, description of The Chinese Feast since all the challenges, duels, and training sequences on display here occasionally parallel those in Hark's martial arts films..."

Review: The Beer Plant
Uneven execution blights vegan gastropub
Food Story  January 12, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...Undoubtedly the most surefire way to drum up a few negative comments on a Chronicle Food section article is to assign any sort of relative value – positive or negative – to a plant-based restaurant. There are plenty of reasons given for that disapproval, from a list's omission of certain eateries to disagreements on what constitutes vegetarian eating, but I suspect one root of the sensitivity has something to do with the constant barrage of snide remarks and bacon jokes aimed at herbivores, which surely inspire few yucks for those eating with a moral imperative..."

Dear Glutton: Alone for the Holidays
The least sad way to spend Christmas solo
Food Column  December 22, 2016, by Emily Beyda
"...You may not have your friends and family around you this year, but you are still part of our city, a city full of people looking for understanding and comfort, people who may not be as lucky as you are, to have work, people who love you (even if they're far away), and a place to live. A great place to start helping is the Central Texas Food Bank, which always needs help and donations this time of year..."

Hyperlocal for the Holidays
From shoes to dollhouses to leather goods, these Austin designers are doing it their way
Features Story  November 23, 2016, by Nina Hernandez, Spencer Beghtol, Tucker Whatley and Will McCarthy
"...Anne Christian on Austin's pet-commerce community: Austin is such an amazing city full of ambitious and creative dog-lovers. From natural pet food, boutique pet stores and spas, even makers of dog beer, the list just goes on and on..."

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