Archive for the ‘Wells Branch Area Food’ Category
Have you ever thought about how hard it would be to get a job if you didn’t have a drivers’ license or social security card? Sure, you could accept under-the-table money in exchange for helping move some furniture
In today’s food section, I explore the world of main-course soups that are inspired by main courses, such as lasagna, enchiladas, pumpkin ravioli, curry and pizza. Yes, pizza soup. David Bull doesn’t call one of his most popular
Good drinks so often take a backseat to good food. When trying to decide where to go out to eat, folks rarely ask "What do I feel like drinking with dinner?"
• Open: Squealers, a food trailer at 1620 E. Riverside Drive serving bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches made with house-cured bacon.
We often think of soups as merely a side dish or a last-ditch effort to use up leftovers, but don't overlook main-course soups that are inspired by main courses.
The Peace Through Pie message is spreading. For the fourth year, Peace Through Pie founders Luanne Stovall and Toni Tipton-Martin are helping organize pie socials in Austin in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday this weekend to bring together people, no matter their race, economic status or political affiliation.
From gins and ciders to flavored vodka and an array of unusual whiskies, Austinites had no lack of liquid love to add to their home bars in 2011.
Building better eaters from the start Naima Brown knew more about pastry than preschoolers when she had her daughter, Juniper, three years ago.
Jeffrey Weinberger and Peggy and Ron Weiss — who just last year sold the majority of their stake in Jeffrey’s, which they opened in 1975 — have decided to close Shoreline Grill, which has been serving patrons on
Southern Living magazine called on some of the country’s best chefs from Texas to North Caorlina to contribute a favorite down-home dish for a feature called Comfort Food Classics. The chefs shared the inspiration for their dishes along