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By: Anjli Mehta If you’ve hosted a New Year’s Eve bash before, you know there’s a lot to consider to pull off the perfect party. From crowd-pleasing appetizers to curated playlists, there’s so much to prep. Cut yourself some slack this year and opt for a low-maintenance cocktail that you can whip up in seconds—because […]
Editor’s Note: This post is part of a series that features the 2014 grant recipients of the Austin Food and Wine Alliance Culinary Grant Program. Close your eyes for a second and imagine an Austin that isn’t defined by high-rises or heavy traffic. New Farm Institute, a nonprofit located on Green Gate Farms in East […]
Every Austinite knows at least one thing to be true about this city: Fall doesn’t really exist here. If you’re lucky enough to catch a cool breeze, it’s usually not until December. While states above the Texas border were wearing sweaters to football games and whipping up butternut squash soup dinners, we were escaping the […]
Editor’s Note: This post is part of a series that features the 2014 grant recipients of the Austin Food and Wine Alliance Culinary Grant Program. Springdale Farm is bringing a hint of idyllic country life to the heart of the city. Life is just a little bit slower at this 4.83-acre farm off Springdale Road, […]
By Anjli Mehta Editor’s Note: This is the second of a series that features the 2014 grant recipients of the Austin Food and Wine Alliance Culinary Grant Program. When the Austin Food and Wine Alliance gave out $30,000 in grants last year to five local food businesses and nonprofits, Shaleiah Fox was beyond excited to […]
By Anjli Mehta Editor’s Note: This is the first of a series that features the 2014 grant recipients of the Austin Food + Wine Alliance Culinary Grant Program. The Austin Food and Wine Alliance gave out $30,000 in grants last year to five local food businesses and nonprofits, and Anjore, awarded $2,500, was one of […]
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