Like the Uchi cookbook? Eat With Your Hands? Mission Street Food? All the exotic ingredients look so intriguing! Have any idea where to get Goma Shio, Mirin, Nori or Miso? Neither Did I. Then I found Asahi Imports on Burnet Road. This place is nuts. Japanese ingredients from A to XO sauce. Asahi Imports, Burnet […]
I have been working on my Last Supper guest list. It’s still up in the air, but this is it so far…. 1. Lemmy, from Motorhead: hear me out! Believe me, if there is any trouble, he will mop it up. 2. Paul Qui: being amazed by his direction at Uchiko, ESK and questions about […]
I wish I would have taken this shot. Beautifully composed and lit. Then, I wish I could have eaten it. Sally Ryan for the New York Times.
Wide spread baguette violence running rampant in our country (cigarette not included).
Excellent article on the trend of military personnel taking up farming. “In the military, grunts are the guys who get dirty, do the work and are generally underappreciated,” said Colin Archipley, a decorated Marine Corps infantry sergeant turned organic farmer. “I think farmers are the same.” Farming offers veterans a chance to decompress, Mr. Archipley […]
Congratulations, Austin. 2010 was a crazy-fun food year: booming farmers’ markets, food trailer madness, a slew of new restaurants, guerilla gardening and more. I am already getting a spooky feeling about 2011. All that newness in 2010 is probably just a foundation for more to come. January marks our anniversary here at the Austin Food […]