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Farm to Table Learning
Local Culinary Program offers new Agriculture-based Curriculum.
DAILY Food  August 29, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts recently broke ground on a new Agricultural Learning Center, an important component of the new Farm to Table curriculum module available to students there. Escoffier Foundation President Michel Escoffier join Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell and State Representative Eddie Rodriguez at the ceremonies...."

Farm-to-Table Food Caucus Successfully Launched
Statehouse Democrats and Republicans find common ground
DAILY Food  December 3, 2012, by Kate Thornberry
"...Thursday last at Boggy Creek Farm the Texas Farm-to-Table Food Caucus held its very first fundraiser and launch party...."

Farm to Table to Policy
Building an appetite for local food
News Story  October 22, 2010, by Katie Walsh
"...11, local Austin food distributors, urban farmers, and sustainable food advocates met with state Rep. Eddie Rodri­guez, D-Austin, at a "farm-to-table" town hall meeting at the East Side Show Room to discuss how the Legis­lat­ure can help support the emerging local food economy in the upcoming 2011 session..."

East to Eden
Sonya Coté's farm-to-table Arcadia, Eden East
Food Story  November 29, 2013, by Kate Thornberry
"...Over the last two decades, chefs began haunting the farmers' markets in their pursuit of the freshest and most delicious ingredients. Eventually they started going directly to the farms, arranging for delectable organics and pastured meats to be delivered to their kitchens..."

Farm and Food Leadership Conference
Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance hosts annual conference Sept. 22-23
DAILY Food  September 17, 2013, by Anna Toon
"...Panels and workshops will cover topics ranging from the farm bill and food safety to organics and urban farming. Other notable topics include raw milk, water policies, and a highly anticipated chefs’ panel featuring, among others, James Beard award nominee Jesse Griffiths of Dai Due and Sonya Cote of Hillside Farmacy and the Homegrown Revival..."

New Farm Debuts at Travaasa with BBQ Bash
Guests enjoy beer and barbecue in pastoral setting
DAILY Food  June 20, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Perfectly in step with the current trends of sustainability and farm-to-table dining, Travaasa Austin Spa & Resort has added a farm to their list of attractions. The property includes a garden to supply the restaurant and spa, a flock of chickens for eggs, a stable for the horses, and a creek-side pasture perfect for outdoor entertaining..."

Lozano Long Conference Turns Lens to Food Systems
Humberto Ríos Labrada to deliver keynote
DAILY Food  February 20, 2017, by Thea Newell
"...Aside from being a great opportunity to learn about a frequently overlooked, yet extremely important global issue, this conference may also be a chance to show some solidarity with a community that has been targeted and persecuted of late. This conference also seems to be particularly relevant in a city with such a thriving and diverse food culture, where so much emphasis is placed on food sourcing (Can you remember the last Austin restaurant you ate at that didn’t advertise itself as farm-to-table?), and yet where 25% of residents are food-insecure...."

Discord Grows Over Springdale Farm
City Council will continue the discussion at its December meeting
News Story  November 26, 2014, by Anna Toon
"...Heated public testimony saw neighbors speak out for and against the proposed changes. Opponents of the changes cited noise from events, lack of parking, and a strong emphasis on the consumption of alcohol at weddings and fundraisers, and at Eden East, the farm-to-table mobile food trailer located on the property..."

The Farm Team
Edible Austin Eat Drink Local Week
Food Story  November 29, 2013, by Jessi Cape
"...7-14) offers a weeklong extravaganza in honor of the city's sustainable, cultural, and culinary wonders. Austin has quickly ascended as one of the nation's hot spots for locally sourced ingredients, farm-to-table restaurants, agricultural sustainability, and organics; Austin's evolving profile has inspired the Edible Austin team to implement a few changes this year in hopes of encouraging even higher levels of support for the Central Texas farms and dining scene..."

'Farm-City, State' Documentary Film in Progress
Local filmmaker explores Austin's sustainable food movement
DAILY Food  January 8, 2013, by Carla Crownover
"...Texas Representative Eddie Rodriguez (D-Austin), co-founder of the nation's first Farm to Table Caucus in the Texas legislature..."

On the Road to the Right Recipe
Austin chefs tour area farms
Food Story  July 15, 2005, by MM Pack
"...She's orchestrated several farm tours, taking Austin chefs to visit Austin-area farms to talk with the farmers, see where and how they work, and get up close and personal with produce in its growing environment. Boyar's goal is "to give chefs a chance to develop a deeper connection with where the food they use comes from." Additionally, the exercise enables growers to showcase their bounty to sophisticated culinary consumers, find out what chefs want for their restaurants, and perhaps broaden some perspectives about the joys and benefits of locally grown fruits and vegetables..."

Up to Scratch
Craft and quality at Bone Spirits
Food Story  October 15, 2015, by Melody Fury
"...Foodies frequently turn their noses up at the term "farm-to-table," brushing it off as cliche. On one hand, that's valid because every hip "New American" restaurant uses that as a tagline..."

How to Avoid a Bad Review
One restaurant's epic fail is a lesson for us all
Food Story  August 30, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Have a concept: Offering one menu online, another on a blackboard in the restaurant, and a third on paper at the table is beyond confusing. Tacos, fries, quesadillas, duck rillettes, Hawaiian poke, risotto, carne asada, mussels Sauvignon, beet salad, burgers, and panini don't belong on the same menu..."

Legislature Hearing More Small Farm/Local Food Bills
Bipartisan efforts in support of local food continue
DAILY Food  March 19, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...HB 1306, the bill to give fair tax treatment to small-scale and sustainable producers, will be heard by the Agriculture and Livestock Committee in Room E1.010. The bill clarifies provisions in the current state law that have been misinterpreted by county tax assessors to exclude vegetable growers, urban farmers, community gardens, and diversified farms from obtaining agricultural valuation on their property..."

VOX Table
Dining for Austin's next generation
Food Story  July 30, 2015, by Brandon Watson
"...Qui inherited that world, and his sudden rocket to fame is the point where culinary Generation X gave way to the millennials. They didn't need to be taught farm-to-table, or umami, or sous vide, but they did demand that eating out was experiential..."

Don't go Home Hungry: Festival Eats Not to be Missed
Food Story  March 9, 2012
"...Halcyon Table-side s'mores are one of the things that make this hoppin' corner joint so very special. It is quite proud of its espresso cocktails and delights across the board with Nutella crepes, paninis, and, as with any fabulous coffee bar, a fine selection of cigars and cigarettes..."

Barbecue's Global Love Letter to Meat
Matthew Salleh chronicles the world’s obsession with barbecue
Screens Story  March 9, 2017, by Dan Gentile
"...MS: We had to constantly clean them. It was partly the smoke, and partly the grease from your hands, because the families were so hospitable they want to feed you..."

Back to Life
Sandor Katz and fermentation's new culture
Food Story  November 6, 2014, by Veronica Meewes
"...Although Katz has been traveling the world to speak at educational events just like this, this will be the first one of its kind in Austin, which is a bit surprising, considering our city's love of farm-to-table menus and DIY food culture. Katz sees food fermentation as a natural progression from the revival of farmers' markets and a renewed interest in locally made products...."

East Austin Urban Farm Tour Announces Lineup
Tickets on sale now for annual food crawl
DAILY Food  March 20, 2017, by Brandon Watson
"...Here's your guide to this year's talent. Springdale Farm Argus Cidery Contigo/Chicon Eden East Friends and Allies Brewery Justine's Brasserie L'oca d'oro Lost Pines Yaupon Tea Olamaie The Hightower Wahaka Mezcal [image-1] Hausbar Farm and Guesthaus The Brewer's Table Counter 3. Five..."

Animal Farm
Sebastien Bonneu and Countryside Farm
Food Story  November 20, 2009, by MM Pack
"...The rabbits are probably the most labor-intensive inhabitants of the farm. They reside in hutches in a climate-controlled barn, where Bonneu can keep them cool, comfortable, and well-ventilated..."

Sonya Coté Debuts A Table in the Garden
Community cookbook pays tribute to District 5
DAILY Food  March 9, 2016, by Brandon Watson
"...Coté was matched with District 5 and the Cherry Creek Community Garden, a tract of land where 25 homes once stood on an active floodplain, that was later redeveloped with a FEMA grant. Coté’s contribution in collaboration with her nonprofit The Homegrown Revival, was a table designed by Alan Gonzales (he also made the tables at Eden East) made from wood reclaimed from the Bastrop fires..."

Austin Critics Table Awards 2013
Arts writers raise their glasses to outstanding art in list of nominees
Arts Story  May 24, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...A toast, please, to the 170-plus artists and creative projects recognized in the nominations for the 2013 Austin Critics Table Awards. Earlier this month, a batch of the ink-stained wretches who cover the city's cultural scene devoted our monthly meeting of the minds (i.e., happy hour) to reviewing the work we'd seen between May 1, 2012, and April 30, 2013 (give or take a few days), and came up with what we considered the most exceptional achievements in dance, classical music, visual arts, and theatre...."

Back to the Future
Austin's agrarian past rises again
Food Story  April 9, 2010, by Kate Thornberry
"..."Of course, there were no farmers' markets then," Sayle explains. "So we set up a card table in front of Wiggy's liquor store on West Sixth, and that was our first farm stand..."

Time To Talk Turkey
Local farms prepare pastured turkeys for holiday tables
Food Story  October 29, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Now is the time to order pastured turkeys, geese, or ducks for upcoming holiday meals. Pastured birds bring exceptional flavor to the table because they are fattened by grazing in nature and are hormone- and antibiotic-free...."

To the Bat Cave!
Season Two: Can the Ice Bats Keep It Out of the Guano?
  November 14, 1997


All Life's Cracked Up to Be
The last days of Tobias Pecans
Food Story  December 11, 2014, by Kate X Messer
"...They plan on doing a lot of baking and candy-making at the Frenzel house this Christmas. "When Dad was living, he'd sit and crack pecans on the porch, using one of those old table-mounted crackers with the spinning thing on it." She herself has never enjoyed an afternoon on the porch cracking nuts..."

Something to Live For
Music Story  February 25, 1999, by Jay Hardwig


Street Cred to Burn
The 1996-97 Austin Music Awards
Music Story  March 7, 1997, by Christopher Gray


Where to Eat Near ACL Fest
Foraging around Zilker
Food Story  September 29, 2016
"...Terry's Burger Stand Burgers fashioned from hormone- and antibiotic-free Black Angus beef, all-natural chicken, fresh-cut fries, and milkshakes. Sit at a picnic table on the patio..."

We Need to Talk
Food for Black Thought is changing Austin's culinary conversation
Food Story  December 18, 2014, by Jessi Cape
"...Tackling the intersectional issues of gentrification, urban change, agricultural history, and cultural perception demands a diverse round table. It's about "getting a full picture of the food landscape," says Thomas..."

What's a Hungry Brit to Eat in Austin?
It may not be Mum's bubble and squeak, but it's close
Food Story  May 7, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...But the international reputation of British food, assisted by the ubiquity on American TV of celebrity chefs like Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay, is improving. Bad imitations of hearty staples of the British dinner table are being replaced by high-quality re-creations that appeal to the American palate while still tasting authentic to expat Brits..."

Just Like Ma Used to Make
Authentic Ferguson Fare at the Austin Hilton
Food Story  January 17, 1997
"...Ruby's Red Tequila Shrimp ($12.95) features marinated grilled shrimp with ruby red grapefruit sections in a subtly tart, creamy tequila-lime sauce arranged around a serving of pecan wild rice. All entrées include salad, vegetables and warm rolls..."

City Bets the Farm on Robinson Ranch
Austin prepares to enable a new city on a huge chunk of Williamson County
News Story  May 28, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...So, rather than sit and watch Robinson Ranch fill up with low-density sprawl over the coming decades, the city, other regional leaders, and the family have gotten proactive. Along with annexation, the City Council is also scheduled to approve preliminary zoning for Robinson Ranch as a planned-unit development; the PUD calls for mixed-use, New Urbanist, transit-oriented development that equals – and in some cases exceeds – the densities called for in the Mueller master plan, the University Neighborhood Overlay for West Campus, and other infill efforts currently on the table..."

Betting the Farm
Gamecock helps indie video-game developers play with the big boys
Screens Story  December 14, 2007, by James Renovitch
"...Now, with their launch at the beginning of this year, Gamecock finds the tables turned. Pitches from game developers looking for financial and moral support come fast and furious..."

Time to Make the Doughnuts Dog Food
Anybody can do it!
Food Story  May 11, 2007, by Kate Thornberry
"...Although manufacturers would like you to believe that your pet's nutritional needs are so difficult to balance that a regular person could never hope to figure it out, making dog food really isn't magical alchemy. Until the advent of commercial pet food around 1900, all dogs on Earth primarily ate table scraps, with the occasional hunted bird or rodent thrown in..."

Two Sides to His Story
Manuel Gonzales leads the nonprofit Austin Bat Cave into uncharted territory while readying for a rapid literary ascent of his own
Books Story  January 11, 2013, by Shawn Badgley
"...It's as if they can sense that Walsh is an ally, a kindred spirit. She waves hello, shrugs, and turns back to the small table..."

A Place at the Long Table
The complex, nuanced, unmistakable taste of Juneteenth, 139 years later
Food Story  June 17, 2005, by Toni Tipton-Martin
"...And you got all you want to eat. You know how they used to bring those long, long tables, they had rows and rows of long, long tables and then they had waitresses..."

Restaurant Recyclers
From earth to table and back again
Food Story  June 5, 2009, by Kate Thornberry
"...This is particularly frustrating for restaurants; estimates hold that 79% of what ends up in a food-service Dumpster is actually recyclable. The sheer volume of wine and beer bottles alone generated in a single evening at a restaurant or bar is astounding; multiply that by the hundreds of bars and restaurants we are blessed with here in Austin, and it paints a dispiriting picture of regrettable and pointless waste..."

Gilmore Family Chefs Mentor Urban Roots Interns
Farm interns help produce seasonal feast from food they grow, harvest
DAILY Food  June 24, 2014, by Maggie Perkins
"...This summer’s Community Lunch series hosted by Urban Roots kicked off in early June amongst shade-dappled, tablecloth-draped picnic tables full of enthusiastic diners. In its third year, the series of seasonal Friday lunches features meals prepared and served at the Urban Roots Farm by youth farm interns under the tutelage of area chefs...."

Can You Say EAUFT?
Spring is the time to tour Austin's urban farms
DAILY Food  April 6, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Tour the fields of each farm to appreciate the different crops they're got under cultivation. Check out one of Austin's oldest surviving homesteads at Boggy Creek, visit the delightful animal menagerie at HausBar Farm, inquire about East Austin's ultimate farm-to-table restaurant at Springdale, and observe the flowering olive trees that will produce Rain Lily Farm's first olive crop this year. [image-1]..."

Plowing Forward
Local food bills signed into law
DAILY Food  June 19, 2013, by Anna Toon
"...According to Judith McGeary, executive director of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance: “The local food movement is growing by leaps and bounds. Just a few years ago, legislators had no idea that there even was such a thing as ‘a local foods movement.’ In a session notable for the number of bills that died without being voted on, the fact that three separate local foods bills passed reflects the legislators’ awareness of the many benefits this movement provides, for both rural and urban communities.”..."

Local Is as Local Does
Why area farmers want you to beware of faux local
Food Story  February 18, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Austin's modern local food movement began in the early Nineties with a small, dedicated group of organic farmers who sold produce from the back of pick-up trucks and off folding tables at small neighborhood markets. When Whole Foods Market built a flagship store at Sixth and Lamar in 1996, the same farmers offered a weekly market in the parking lot there for some time..."

Public Hearing on Two Local Food Bills
HB 46 and HB 910 would increase support to family farms
DAILY Food  March 1, 2013, by Anna Toon
"...Lois Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) and co-authored by Rep. Eddie Rodriguez (D-Austin), chair of the bipartisan Farm-to-Table Food Caucus, HB 910 would limit the health permit fees for farmers and farmers’ market vendors at $50 per year per county or city..."

Austin Food & Wine Alliance Announces Grant Winners
Culinary innovation and community projects rewarded with $20,000
DAILY Food  January 7, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Tecolote Farm (Manor), a 20-year-old organic farm owned by David and Katie Pitre, has the longest-running CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)program in Texas. The Pitres will use the $5,000 grant for two projects - a pilot program to humanely raise endangered heritage breed hogs on pasture and supply its pastured pork to the Austin community; and to subsidize and deliver weekly CSA baskets filled with local and organic vegetables and heritage pork to low-income, underserved families in Austin, uniquely providing access to fresh foods. [image-3]..."

Next Target: Springdale
Eastside activists target another urban farm
News Story  November 13, 2014, by Anna Toon
"...Then there's Eden East, the farm-to-table mobile food trailer located on the farm; Llanes and Noyola argue that each of the two nights a week the trailer is open should count as an event – part of the overall 30 events currently under discussion for Spring­dale – and claim that patrons leave the restaurant drunk, throwing bottles and cans on the ground...."

Party at the Moontower
Moontower Co-op hosts annual farm social at Tecolote Farm
DAILY Food  May 2, 2014, by Anna Toon
"...Moontower Co-op certainly knows how to party: local bluegrass, massages, and a farm-to-table menu complete with craft beer and cider. This Saturday the co-op will be hosting its annual farm social at Tecolote Farm, the longest-running CSA in Texas...."

This Old House
Sam Houston and the historic jigsaw puzzle of Boggy Creek Farm
Food Story  December 23, 2011, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The Smiths resided on the property until January 1845, when James Smith was mortally wounded in a confrontation with a "villainous overseer." In the 40 hours it took James Smith to die, he was attended by Robertson (who also delivered the last of the Smiths' children) and dictated a deathbed will leaving 400 acres of farmland to his eldest son, Alfred Smith. The will was witnessed by early Austin notables Aaron Burleson and James H..."

Top Chef Texas, Week 7: What's Your Damage, Heather?
In which Heather establishes herself as Our Villain
DAILY Food  December 16, 2011, by Melanie Haupt
"...That's what Heather is doing here. Also, Heather explains that Bev does pan-Asian and she does American farm to table plates, so ....."

Taste Test
Farmers market food sampling bill passes Texas House
DAILY Food  May 13, 2013, by Anna Toon
"...House Bill 1382 by Rep. David Simpson, R-Longview, part of a series of bills by members of the Texas House Farm-to-Table Caucus, has passed the Texas House...."

Support Your Local Farmer at Farmgrass Fest
Farm-to-table connection only works when farmers are healthy
DAILY Food  March 26, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The very people who grow clean, healthy food to feed other families and who are always first in line when it comes to donating support for worthy causes are occasionally in need of a helping hand themselves. It's an awkward, humbling position to be in, having to ask the community for help, and hardy, self-reliant farmers aren't comfortable needing to ask..."

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