Okay, is that irony – or are we, like so many others, misusing the term?Because Fareground, that destination food hall in the heart of Downtown (at One Eleven Congress), just recently regained its own glorious life … and now it’s preparing to celebrate Dia de los Muertos?
After a virtual year in 2020 the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival returned to an in-person event. The Far Out Lounge hosted a myriad of sauces, live music, and masochistic folks looking to toast their tongues.
Here’s some of what’s happening in Austin’s vast and multivalent culinary scene, as wrangled from numerous PR releases, official posts, words on the digital street, and even the occasional (verified) IRL eavesdroppings.
Yes, it’s your Food News Buffet for the first week in September.
You already know that the answer to our questioning sub-headline is “No.”Because that’s how such obvious journo provocations work, yes … but also because you’ve actually tried one or more of these milks made from various nuts or whatever, and you’re aware that such milks can be worthy in and of themselves, right?
Searching for the right wine can mean either a leisurely grab of something familiar at the local grocery store, or, for the wine lovers in the crowd, it can turn into a time consuming crawl through literally hundreds of new-to-you wines.