A great server can transform a remarkable meal into the dining experience of a lifetime—making you feel welcome and special with well-timed and light-handed expertise. Exhibiting equal parts grace, humility, heart and charm, they know what you need before you need it. These front-of-the-house stars are some of the unsung heroes of the restaurant world and are an integral part of turning first-time customers into regulars.
By Edible Austin
Feb 27, 2018 · 5 min read
The recipients of this year’s Edible Austin Local Heroes Awards represent the remarkable synergy that makes our food and beverage community so vibrant. It’s largely because of their collaborative efforts that these culinary trailblazers have made such an impact. They are truly a team to celebrate.
By Edible Austin
Apr 26, 2018 · 7 min read
SUMMER IS FINALLY back. The farmers’ markets are bustling with vendors and buyers, and the late afternoons are hazier (and lazier) than we can remember. It’s time to take the cooking outdoors.
By Square Up Media Ltd.
Jun 1, 2018 · 7 min read
My name is Karina Flores Chienda and I was born and raised in Lima, Perú and now reside in Ontario, Canada. I have made it my mission to share my passion for better tasting food by exploring Ontario and making our communities aware of the natural resources and local products that we have. “The Sassy Tomato” stands for my Latina sassy personality and the tomato represents the importance of fresh and real ingredients.
By Love Local Food
May 24, 2018 · 4 min read
Discover eight delicious reasons to explore Australia’s Barossa Valley, the tiny southern region with a big reputation for gourmet food and award-winning wines.
By Ker & Downey
Apr 5, 2018 · 4 min read
Challenging the status quo and tempting taste buds is all in a day’s work for food reporter and bakery owner, Erin Ireland. This busy food activist, and mom-to-one, has a knack for making vegan meals magnificently mouthwatering. Founder and editor of itstodiefor.ca, she’s on a mission to change hearts and minds about plant-based eating and has amassed a loyal tribe of followers with her crave-inducing recipes. Those same recipes have also successfully sustained her pregnancy and helped bring up her baby on real, whole foods. Here, she tells us why this lifestyle is important to her and how it’s helping her and her family thrive.
By Vista Magazine
May 3, 2018 · 7 min read
Cherry Chocolate Bourbon: SERVES 1
By Sweet Paul Magazine
Jun 10, 2016 · 4 min read
If #holdthebun, #bodybybacon and #verylowcarb have been popping up on your social media feeds, you probably know that the ketogenic diet—better known as “keto”—is trending. Developed to treat epilepsy nearly a century ago, the fat-friendly regimen owes its recent popularity to the promise of rapid weight loss—up to 10 pounds the first week, and one to two pounds per week after that. With permission to chow down on butter and bacon, and the endorsements of slim celebs like Bella Hadid, Halle Berry and Kourtney Kardashian, it’s no surprise that keto is the “it” plan for many East Enders looking to get bikini-ready in a hurry.
By The Purist
May 18, 2018 · 3 min read
2 oz Belvedere Ginger Zest
By Santa Babara Life & Style Magazine
May 2, 2018 · 1 min read
Steve Leininger and Chris Mullins operate LA 1 Cajun and Creole, a food trailer in East Austin named for the highway that winds diagonally across much of Louisiana’s culinary-gold country, from the Gulf of Mexico to Shreveport. Located next to St. Roch’s Bar (which they also own), the trailer is a modest two-man operation that focuses on many of the Cajun and Creole dishes of New Orleans. The duo personally cooks every order of crawfish-stuffed beignets, jambalaya, étoufée and poutine, as well as makes every po’boy. “Even the roux for gumbo,” Leininger says, “which I whisk on the stovetop for forty-five full minutes. Even in the summer. In a metal box with no AC. It’s brutal. Maybe we should think about hiring someone?” he says, looking over at Mullins.
By Edible Austin
Apr 26, 2018 · 4 min read