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Letters at 3AM
As the semester begins, I present my high school seniors with the words of our great American authors and hope they provide a road map or the bread crumbs that can lead them through the journey of their lives
"...really need. But in the Dark Forest sometimes even bread crumbs help you find your way. I'm dropping bread..."

May 13, 2005 Column by Michael Ventura

Our readers talk back.
"...that are on the potato. I don't eat the bread, so I cannot address the bread and butter –..."

Jan. 28, 2005 Column

Outback Steakhouse Fan Disputes Review
"...that are on the potato. I don't eat the bread, so I cannot address the bread and butter –..."

Jan. 24, 2005 Postmarks

Letters at 3AM
Despite the change in inhabitants, the buildings, people, and mood of the old immigrant neighborhoods haven't changed. The streets still whisper the same cautionary advice: Survive and get out.
"...grab some food sometimes. I'm hungry, Mama. Have some bread and butter. I'm not hungry for bread and butter...."

Dec. 24, 2004 Column by Michael Ventura

Siena Ristorante Toscana
Set in a limestone, tile-roofed building at the corner of FM 2222 and Loop 360, Siena resembles one of those rambling manor houses that define the Italian countryside
" and herbs mates exquisitely with the earthy truffle-scented bread. Here, the homely sardine finds the spotlight in an..."

Nov. 19, 2004 Food Review by Rachel Feit

Where to Find Wi-Fi
A partial list of hot spots affiliated with the Wireless City Project in the Austin area
"...Texas French Bread (3213 Red River)..."

June 11, 2004 Screens Feature

Eddie V's Edgewater Grille
Four of Austin's most reliable downtown restaurants keep on pleasing
"...price). Paired with a loaf of hot, crusty French bread, the bathtub-sized bowl of bisque was rich and velvety,..."

March 12, 2004 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Got Milk?™
On the trail of pastel de tres leches
"...or Italian zuppa inglese and tiramisu. And what about bread pudding and even French toast?..."

Feb. 13, 2004 Food Feature by MM Pack

Tasting Tres Leches
On a recent rainy Saturday afternoon, an intrepid band of food adventurers tackled the ultimate challenge: tasting eight different tres leches cakes in one intensely sweet sitting
"...Leches y Mas, and Marta's Desserts; and retail bakeries Bread Alone and Fiesta Mart...."

Feb. 13, 2004 Food Feature by MM Pack

When it comes to Valentine's Day, those who don't get it are not going to get it
"...of gingersnap or linzer hearts... Over at Texas French Bread (3213 Red River, 478-8794; 2900 Rio Grande, 499-0544; 1722..."

Feb. 13, 2004 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Fusion Confusion
The menu at Zin is a masterpiece, but what about the meals?
"...entrée I ordered ($18). The roasted quails with herby mushroom-and-bread stuffing, glazed with bacon demi-glace, were a scrumptious and..."

July 25, 2003 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

Hill Country Dreams
The 'Chronicle' food and wine update: spring, 2003
"...of locals enjoying lunch and picking up their weekend bread and pastry orders...."

May 9, 2003 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Minouli Steals a Kiss
First Place
"...Every evening, his Yah-yah, grandmother, sent Minouli for bread. This evening, the baker's son and two neighbor girls..."

Jan. 31, 2003 Books Feature by Wynn Parks

Instant Thanksgiving!
Advice for the Culinarily Challenged
"...Breads & Desserts Don't get us wrong, Austin bakeries all..."

Nov. 22, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Cafe Spiazzo
Five new reviews of family-friendly ethnic cafes and east coast-style pizza parlors
"...the pane e aglio ($5.45), thick slabs of wood-fired bread slathered with buttery roasted garlic as well as the..."

Nov. 15, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

The Cheese Stands Alone
Cheese, in all of its artisanal, aromatic glory, takes its rightful place at Austin's tables.
"...we're serving with toasted nuts, fresh berries, and French bread," he explains, adding that he finds "customers who are..."

Oct. 18, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Just Touching Base ...
with classic Austin tastes: old favorites, new reviews
"...things that way. The big, sweet loaves of homemade bread come out hot from the kitchen, and each meal..."

July 12, 2002 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Home Grown
Why Chef Louis Lambert's Palate Is a Product of his Texas Roots
" business, sandwiched between Terra Toys and Texas French Bread. He's someone who clearly loves to cook, and Austin..."

April 26, 2002 Food Feature by Barbara Chisholm

Main Street Grill
Where to dine on I-35
"...On the up side, the unusual soft house-baked bread that accompanies each meal is stellar. So is the..."

Jan. 25, 2002 Food Feature by MM Pack

Two Austin Cafes that seem more like hideaways
"...greeted by smells of freshly brewed coffee and just-baked bread. The tiny spaces within feel less cramped than comforting,..."

Jan. 18, 2002 Food Feature by Rachel Feit

Day Trips
The Cider Mill and Country Store is the apple of Medina's eye.
"...locally. There are dolls and toys, Christmas tree ornaments, bread boxes, and a whole catalog of kitchen and home..."

April 13, 2001 Column by Gerald E. McLeod

Weekend Repast
Brunch in Austin
" juice, coffee, and mimosas, a trip to the bread table loaded with fresh fruit, muffins, scones, and breads..."

March 16, 2001 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Vegetarian and Vegan Spots in Austin
"...basil. Since a good sandwich can't start with lousy bread, the deli has Johnny Cisco's, Whole Foods, Great Harvest,..."

March 9, 2001 Food Feature by Lindsey Simon

Got to Have Kaya Now ...
Restaurants, like people, have distinct personalities, MM Pack writes. The persona that Kaya Blue presents is that of a hip young traveler, back in town after multinational adventures -- exuberant and uninhibited, full of ideas and enthusiasm, well-grounded in the basics, but forever changed by the trip.
"...refers to the Singaporean coconut paste commonly spread on bread. Intentional or not, both of these regional contexts resonate..."

Feb. 23, 2001 Food Feature by MM Pack

Tandoori Junkie
Over the years Austin has absorbed (and discarded) several new Indian restaurants, most in the mode of the classic Americanized Indian dining establishment. But within the past few years, we have been fortunate enough to attract a new class of Indian restaurants. Mick Vann has compiled a guide to them.
"...with a smattering of stews, casseroles, soups, salads, and breads. For most Austin tastes, this is adequate and well-appreciated,..."

Feb. 16, 2001 Food Feature by Mick Vann

The Confounded Carnivore
One bite of steak from Ruth's Chris Steakhouse and we were in meat-eater heaven, Mick Vann writes. It was the consummate carnivore's dream. Unfortunately, it's not a consistently dreamy experience at Ruth's Chris.
"...($6.95) and the spinach salad ($5.95). But first the bread arrived. My baker buddy's assessment was that we were..."

Dec. 29, 2000 Food Feature by Mick Vann

Three Quarters of a Baker's Dozen
"...Artisan Baking Across America: The Breads, the Bakers, the Best Recipes..."

Dec. 15, 2000 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

Good Impressions
Si Bon is located on South Lamar in a comfortable old home. Step through the door and you find a warm, friendly atmosphere: happy customers tended by smiling staff. A cozy bar. White tablecloths, a comfy fireplace and lip-smacking aromas. Before you ever get to your table, Si Bon makes a good impression.
" feel rushed. Once we gave our choices, a bread basket arrived and gave us an indication of the..."

Dec. 1, 2000 Food Feature by Wes Marshall

The details behind several local bakers' plans to create their own workforce.
"...will apprentice at Central Market, Sweetish Hill, Texas French Bread, and Whole Foods Bake House. For the next three..."

Oct. 20, 2000 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Operatic Success
La Traviata, a new Italian Trattoria in downton Austin, is a smashing new eatery which hopefully has many years of innovation and success ahead.
"...and used some of the excellent Sweetish Hill artisan bread to sop up the very last bit of sauce...."

Oct. 6, 2000 Food Feature by Virginia B. Wood

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