Last week, I was lucky enough to attend an incredible dinner with Perdue Farms. If your mind goes straight to chicken processing, you’re right! That Perdue Farms. However, they’re so much more than that these days. They’ve undergone a deliberate shift in the last 10 years that people may not be aware of – a … More A Fresh Look at Perdue Farms
I’ve been to a lot of events in the last few months. Sometimes, when you’re lucky, those events have little freebies they give out. For example, Circle Brewing Company’s #BeerForAll event gave out three beer tokens to people who bought tickets. The ATX Bacon Fest gave out two coupons – one for free Yellowbird sauces … More Freebie Grab!
Thicket Food Park in South Austin is SUCH a gem. Adam, the developer of the food park, lives just a mile away. He wanted somewhere South Austinites could gather, build community, and enjoy great food. He imagines families meeting for playdates, teachers doing BYOB happy hour hangouts, and friendly picnics under the string lights. I … More Thicket South Austin Food Park
Welcome to another edition of Austin Eats Round-Up! Think of these posts as little glimpses into what I’m loving right now. It has been nearly a month since my last post and two months since my last round-up. If you want to get deeper into the nitty-gritty of my life, you can read the #Roadto100Rejections … More Austin Eats Round-Up (ed. 19)
Last weekend, I went to The Peached Tortilla to check out their brunch menu! Their menu “is based on simple Southern comfort food with an Asian flair” which creates some really interesting brisket/kimchi dishes. They started as a single food truck, then moved to brick and mortar on Burnet, and now have a full catering service. … More The Peached Tortilla