Articles Archive for September 2010
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Google “Austin Interior Mexican” and you won’t have to scroll far down to find Fonda San Miguel. Before Fonda opened in 1975, Austin was a decidedly Tex-Mex town.
What’s the difference? That’s up to your own personal interpretation but I think of Tex-Mex as dishes like chips and salsa, queso, fajitas, and the combination plate.
Interior or Regional Mexican is more traditional cuisine that is served and enjoyed throughout the six regions of the country. According to Wikipedia, some of the specialties of each region include:
Yucatán – sweetness and achiote seasoning
Oaxaca – tamales and …
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UPDATE from the organizers (11/1/10): The event is from 11am-8pm, family- and dog-friendly. We have great live music all day with Junior Brown, Gary Clark Jr, J. Roddy Walston and The Business, Ruby Jane, English Teeth and Noise revival Orchestra. Gypsy Picnic is free to the public, and all of the trailers will be serving sampler sizes for $3 or less.
Dear trailer-owning and trailer-loving friends,
On Saturday, Nov. 6 from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m., Austin’s Auditorium Shores will be home of the Gypsy Picnic, its first large-scale trailer food festival. …
I’m kicking myself for writing this because The Tigress is the kind of place that makes you feel like you “discovered it” and are in on a secret. Add to that the fact that it’s tiny and to be honest with you, I don’t want anyone to go except for my friends.
That said, I also want to share my love for The Tigress with the world so that everyone can experience it’s sweetness and so it will continue to thrive.
Located on North Loop, the only signage for The Tigress is …
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I visited home this summer and joined my parents and brother for a crab feast at Fisherman’s Crab Deck in Kent Island on the Chesapeake Bay. It takes almost an hour and a half to get to Kent Island from their apartment in Rockville, but to us, the experience is worth every mile.
While we waited for a table, we walked over to the nearby marina, where we met a crab boat salesman who was catching his dinner. He showed us how you can tell male and female blue crabs apart …
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Where do you like to get your brunch on? There are so many options, yet I found myself at a loss this weekend. For one, Sunday brunch happened on Monday since it was Labor Day. Also, my 80 lb. black lab/great dane was with me so I needed a spot with a dog-friendly patio.
I went with Galaxy Cafe and it served the needs of my friends, my dog, and I nicely. The food was good but they really won my heart when they brought out a doggie bowl filled with …Read the full post »