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Chefs John Currence And Brandon Carter Bring Music To Your Mouth To Austin

Chefs to headline a showcase in Texas on April 24
Apr 15, 2014 12:00 pm

Music To Your Mouth has been one of the food and drink world’s best-kept secrets for the past seven years, with the festival held exclusively on the grounds of Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina. The event won’t remain a well-kept secret for much longer, though, as it is hosting one-off events in three other cities, starting with a dinner in Austin, Texas on April 24. Cooking will be none other than John Currence. We caught up with the chef to talk about music in the kitchen, the direction of Southern cooking and Ashley Christensen’s mac and cheese. Mmmm.

Austin Hunter And Butcher Jesse Griffiths Transitions From The Field To The Café

Dai Due's farmers market fare goes brick & mortar
Apr 15, 2014 9:00 am

After years of cooking at the farmers market and supper clubs, butcher, chef, hunter, educator and author Jesse Griffiths will debut a brick-and-mortar of his Dai Due Butcher Shop in East Austin, Texas this summer. All about the upcoming restaurant, his points of inspiration and why exactly it's better to buy meat at your farmers’ market, after the jump.

Food Republic Is Heading To The Austin Food And Wine Festival. You Should Too.

It's going down April 26-27 in the Texan capital
Apr 9, 2014 3:30 pm

Austin is also host to one cool food and wine festival going down at the end of the month. The Austin Food & Wine Festival returns April 26-27 with a full schedule of chef tastings, classes (think Tim Love + 150 smoking grills) and an event called Rock Your Taco, which we had a nice time at last year. Details and how to get in on the action, this way. 

Here Are Tonight's Specials From 53 Restaurants Around The United States

Special dishes from NY, Chicago, LA, Austin, more
Apr 2, 2014 4:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Food Republic’s column “Would You Like to Hear About Our Specials?” highlights the nightly special dishes offered at popular restaurants from around the country. This week, we take a look at tonight’s specials from some of New York City, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles and Seattle's hotspots, with stops in Houston, Miami, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Greenwich, Connecticut, Franklin, Tennessee and West Palm Beach, Florida.

Here Are Tonight's Specials From 48 Restaurants Around The United States

Special dishes from NY, Chicago, LA, Austin, more
Mar 26, 2014 4:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Food Republic's column "Would You Like To Hear About Our Specials?" highlights the nightly special dishes offered at popular restaurants from around the country. This week, we take a look at tonight’s specials from some of New York City, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles and Seattle's hotspots, with stops in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Nashville, Philadelphia and Scottsdale.

Here Are Tonight's Specials From 43 Restaurants Around The United States

Special dishes from NY, Chicago, LA, Miami and more
Mar 19, 2014 4:00 pm

Every Wednesday, Food Republic’s column “Would You Like to Hear About Our Specials?” highlights the nightly special dishes offered at popular restaurants from around the country. This week, we take a look at tonight’s specials from some of New York City, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, Miami and Seattle's hotspots, with stops in Dallas, Fort Worth, San Diego and Alys Beach, Florida.

The Prescription Julep Cocktail Recipe

A centuries-old dose of fine Southern heritage
Mar 13, 2014 4:00 pm

Though most people think of this drink in the springtime around the Derby, juleps and their variations, like the Prescription Julep with cognac, rye and Jamaican rum, are a sure bet year-round. At the newly opened Half Step in Austin, the Prescription Julep is a regular on their menu, replete with silver tin and metal straw. The recipe, after the jump.

Austin's Noble Sandwich Co. Goes Nose-To-Tail (On Rye)

These noble guys are sandwiching tongue and cheek
Mar 13, 2014 9:00 am

Along with his partner Brandon Martinez, John Bates debuted Austin, TX's Noble Sandwich Co. in 2010. The shop now draws such crowds that a second location is under construction. Noble’s points of pride are simple: scratch cooking, using the whole animal and sourcing locally. We talked to Bates about Noble’s menu philosophy, the beauty in showing diners the unconventional and how to ask the right questions of your butcher.

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