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Tickets to Indie Chefs Week Make Great Stocking Stuffers
Get dinner tickets for the adventurous foodie on your list
DAILY Food  November 27, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Last year's inaugural Indie Chefs Week collaboration grew out of social media relationships developed by some young chefs around the country. The chefs wanted to get together for an exchange of culinary ideas, techniques, and approaches..."

Foreign & Domestic's Indie Chefs Table: Chicago's Jason Vincent
Ex-Nightwood maestro tag-teamed up a fine menu with Ned Elliott's crew
DAILY Food  April 25, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Not satisfied with his own media ascendence – nor with the critical acclaim for and personal satisfaction of pushing boundaries of what can be done with exotic edibles and what new and tasty twists can be visited upon traditional culinary tropes – Executive Chef Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic has a new Indie Chefs series going on...."

Hail to the Indie Chefs
Second annual Indie Chefs Week kicks off at Foreign & Domestic
DAILY Food  January 9, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...For the second year in a row, Ned Elliott of Foreign & Domestic brings cutting-edge chefs from around the country together for a weeklong series of innovative meals. The five-night event commenced on Tuesday, showcasing the work of nine Austin chefs with a diverse menu featuring everything from fermented mashed potatoes to foraged fruit...."

Indie Chefs Week at Foreign & Domestic
January 10, 2013. 10 Photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  January 18, 2013
"...Indie Chefs Week at Foreign & Domestic on Thursday, January 10, 2013..."

Indie Chef Week Almost Sold Out
Snap up the last few seats for Wednesday, Jan. 9 while you still can
DAILY Food  January 3, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...The most sought after seats in town right now are places at the tables of Foreign & Domestic restaurant during the first Indie Chefs Week. Up and coming chefs from around the country will be creating multi-course dinners with wine pairings four nights in a row..."

Are DIY Chefs Biting Off More Than They Can Chew?
Five local foodies convene on kitchen DIY
DAILY SXSW  March 9, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...McCarron: You’ve all gained national acclaim for your work in the culinary world, and you’re on the front lines of what is new and exciting. People admire chefs because they are making things..."

Mixing It Up at Foreign & Domestic
Indie chefs dinners continue with Bill Corbett
DAILY Food  June 20, 2014, by Rachel Feit
"...This past Monday, Foreign & Domestic hosted Corbett, executive pastry chef of San Francisco’s The Absinthe Group, to another Indie Chefs dinner, where he talked about his philosophy in the kitchen, his culinary influences, and how he went from washing dishes to overseeing dessert menus at four Bay Area restaurants. Although named one of the food industry’s rising stars in 2007 and Best Pastry Chef of 2011 by San Francisco Magazine, Corbett’s name is still relatively obscure in the contemporary culinary pantheon..."

Cochon555 Engages Local Superstars for Heavenly Pork
The culinary celebration of heritage pig breeds returns to Austin
DAILY Food  May 16, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Now: Imagine that top chefs from each of those places are competing to see who can perform the most astonishing culinary miracles with an entire pig – a pig of heritage breed – in just one week’s time. And then those chefs will serve up what they’ve done with those five pigs – each pig of a different heritage breed – for specific judging and general dining..."

In praise of the pop-up, plus closings, openings, and rumor-mongerings
Food Column  February 1, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Pop-up restaurants are a hot culinary trend across the country just now, and seeing one in action was what I enjoyed most about covering the Indie Chefs Week pop-up dinners hosted by Foreign & Domes­tic earlier this month. For four nights in a row, a different lineup of chefs put out distinctive tasting menus paired with wines from area vintners..."

New Year's resolutions
Food Column  December 18, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Foreign & Domestic (306 E. 53rd) chef/owner Ned Elliott once again this January hosts Indie Chefs Week..."

Is it "Goodnight" for iconic Hill's Cafe?
Food Column  January 18, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...I finished last week with a serious case of culinary whiplash, ricocheting from one vital part of our diverse scene to another. First, I was a guest at one of the four Indie Chefs dinners Thurs­day at Foreign & Domestic..."

Culinary Wish List for Austin in 2013
Epicurean hopes and desires in 2013
Food Story  December 28, 2012, by Virginia B. Wood
"...2012 has been a year in which Austin' food scene really took a giant step out onto the national stage, with chefs, restaurants, farmers' markets, urban farms, and artisan food makers garnering plenty of positive media attention. And while the media coverage and awards have been wonderful, what has impressed me most is how the food community was able to coalesce around common goals..."

Local gelato maker heads to the finals, delicious tacos at Pachanga, and to-go orders at Sway
Food Column  May 15, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Look for more about the updated decor and menu online. Pastry chef Bill Corbett of the award-winning Absinthe Group of San Francisco is the next guest up for Indie Chefs Table at Foreign & Domestic (306 E..."

SXSW Film's First Course
'Chef' is ultimately all about what's cooking at the festival
DAILY SXSW  March 8, 2014, by Jeff Winkler
"...There’s his will-they-won’t-they relationship with the restaurant’s manager. There’s the wise-cracking sous-chefs..."

A New Comfort Zone
Kristine Kittrell's culinary juggling act
Food Story  October 23, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...This summer, Kittrell turned over the day-to-day operation of Mulberry's dream kitchen to chef de cuisine Ruston Richardson, most recently of the Paggi House. The two chefs consult on menu changes, and in September they launched a monthly Mulberry Supper Club where about a dozen diners can enjoy a three-course meal complete with wine pairings for an all-inclusive $55..."

All in the Family
Three Austin restaurants serve up special Sunday dinners
Food Story  May 15, 2014, by Rachel Feit
"...Finally, in South Austin, Lenoir's $40 Sunday night dinner is one of this town's hidden gems. This postage stamp-sized restaurant is a darling of indie chefs and food cognoscenti for its innovative culinary mash-ups like roasted carrots with miso flan and hemp soup topped with Indian chaat..."

Food-o-File: Weekend Lagniappe
A little extra Austin food news
DAILY Food  January 3, 2015, by Virginia B. Wood
"...• Ned Elliott has announced some changes to the fast-approaching Indie Chefs Week. The week-long event has now been compressed down to three days, January 8-10 and tickets are still available..."

The Capital Grille Steaks Its Claim on Fourth Street
And, boy howdy, does it come through with flavors flying
DAILY Food  April 30, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner

'86 Plots,' One Graphic Novel
Local comic creators need a Kickstart
DAILY Books  September 11, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...Seems like a lot of bands, movie makers and even chefs have wised up to online fundraising behemoth Kickstarter. Now local comic creators are trying to finance their upcoming horror graphic novel through the online donation system...."

Kudos to area chefs, a hot new sweet shop to cool Austinites down, and new ownership at Ararat
Food Column  June 25, 2004, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Congratulations, Chefs!..."

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