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From the monthly archives: October 2016

Max’s Wine Dive 207 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701 (512) 904-0111 http://www.maxswinedive.com It’s still warm in Texas. I wish you can magically entice nippy weather to come and stay awhile by eating perfect for fall dishes, kind of like a culinary rain dance for the seasons. I previewed the scrumptious fall menu at Max’s […]

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Honeycomb Shards

On October 30, 2016 By

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Carter & Cooley Sandwich Company
“Carter & Cooley” may sound like the title of a 1970s-era detective show but actually its “retro” roots go much farther back. Inspired by one of the first sandwich shops in Houston created by two of the original community planners of the Heights, Carter & Cooley is named in honor of Oscar Carter and Daniel Denton Cooley. Although this duo’s original shop is long gone, its culinary legacy as a neighborhood institute is carried on by Carter & Cooley who have managed to maintain a loyal clientele because as the Heights changed rapidly over the past two decades…well, they didn’t.…
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Prohibition Creamery 1407 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702 (512) 992-1449 http://prohibitioncreamery.com As Social Chair of Austin Food Bloggers Alliance, I organize monthly happy hours around Austin for our members. For a special occasion, we invited other influencers who don’t necessarily have blogs but still cover the local food scene on Instagram. Prohibition Creamery generously […]

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On work days, I typically keep prep and cook time of breakfast to less than 10 minutes. It’s usually something easy like an egg sandwich or hash browns with an over-easy egg. This week I felt motivated to transform a mundane Tuesday breakfast to a special treat by making Chorizo Quiche with a Hash Brown […]

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Captain Morgan: Orange Pumpkin Smash
Captain Morgan Jack-O’Blast is the first pumpkin spiced rum ever to hit shelves, as a blend of Caribbean rum and everyone’s favorite fall flavors – including fresh pumpkin, cinnamon, and other autumnal spices. Whether you’re preparing for your Halloween party or carving Jack-O-Lantern’s with friends, Jack-O’Blast is the perfect way to toast to the pumpkin holiday. Orange Pumpkin Smash 1.5 oz. Captain Morgan Jack-O’Blast 2 oz. orange juice 2 oz. club soda DIRECTIONS: Combine Jack-O’Blast and orange juice in a glass filled with ice and stir. Top with club soda and enjoy. Information provided by Taylor Strategy.
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Chocolate Espresso Pizzelles

On October 25, 2016 By

Out with the old, in with the new.

A person who likes to bake and cook can never have too many pans or utensils, can they? Maybe I don’t need three pans to make chocolate bouchons which are chocolate “cork” shaped cakes made by Thomas Keller; at the time I bought these molds I worked at Williams Sonoma and was catering and if I were to make these 12 would not have been enough, I needed at least 36 at a time. So is the story behind most of my pans like my 24 tiny 1″ x 2″ bread […]

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Choice City Butcher and Deli

On October 23, 2016 By

104 W. Olive St., Fort Collins, COMost of my meals in Fort Collins were taken with relatives and I ate very well but I had done some research in case I had time to grab a meal or two on my own.  Not surprisingly I found Chinese, Vietnamese and Tha…

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The Red Beans and Rice Roadshow comes to Houston!
Guest Chef: Bryan Caswell at Reef
One night only!
For Tickets click here!

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Porridge of grains and Texas winter wheat
Here’s what I knew about Oxheart beforehand: tiny (tiny!) portions, big prices ($75 for either the meat or for the vegetarian tasting menu), creative stuff with vegetables. With those battling interests in mind, it took years—until my 26th birthday—for me to enter the rustic wooden doors into the cozy corner residence where the creativity of Oxheart takes place. First, it should be noted that the service is seamless. From the moment we sat down, service was quick, knowledgeable and personalized—complimentary bubbly was brought for our party of six and my birthday was acknowledged multiple times by our friendly server and…
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