Right now we can definitely support local businesses by eating out and doing drive-up options. We can also order some local favorites online so that we can get our chips, our chocolate and even our produce from local businesses. Produce and Meal Kits Farmhouse Deliverysources locally and is a great way to support farmers as well as tastemakers. You get your produce, local eggs … Continue reading Food Staples from Locals you Can get Delivered in Austin
So SXSW hits and already restaurants are facing up to 1/3 of their sales of the year leaving. For food trucks, this can hit even harder as they paid for and planned events for the festival, as well as stocked up on ingredients and hired people to help them out. As SXSW leaves we are seeing the virus causing people to stay at home and … Continue reading Restaurants in Austin Affected by COVID-19 and How to Support Them
Foreign and Domestic. The words capture the meaning injected into the dishes. The flavors taste freshly picked from the ground or recently taken from their animal.
We got to indulge in some popsicles last week on Guadalupe street. When I used to think of these ice sticks there were just that, ice with some flavor drops. Remember those squeeze pop style ones that came in cases of 50 for your freezer? I used to do rock paper scissor competitions for the pink one.
After interviewing these amazing chefs around Austin and letting you know about them, we also want to give you a taste of what they do. We asked Chef Darci for a recipe for her brighteningly sweet watermelon lemonade. After leaving I have to admit I left the watermelon slice in there, and it flavored my water all day as I refilled it.
I don’t recommend this. I would title this How Not to Spend $350 in Your First Week in Austin, but I don’t know how to do that yet. Apparently foodie adventures can seem budgeted while you’re doing them, you know, that skipping a glass of wine or dessert, but those $15 meals and $4 drinks can make you feel like you’re playing Are You Smarter … Continue reading How to Spend $350 on Food Your First Week in Austin