Mexican Martini at Trudy's in Austin, TX
Second trip to hey cupcake! Austin, TX
Drowning Flautas at the Screaming Goat in Austin, TX
Michael Jackson cupcake at hey cupcake! in Austin, TX
Man Bites Dog, Austin, TX
Torchy's Tacos Austin, TX
Cheese and tender blueberries at Parkside in Austin during Techmunch. Perfect Combination!
Housemade Texalina Hotdog with Grilled Cole Slaw
BLT. with Red and Yellow Tomatoes
Hot and Cold Pea and Green Bean Salad
Caesar salad with Creamy Anchovy Dressing and House Croutons
French Breakfast Radishes at the Austin Farmers' Market
Bread Flour Test: White vs. Wheat
Pasta with Leeks and Artichokes
Cured Meyer Lemons
Crispy Fried Chicken
Crispy Pork Belly - dressed lightly with spicy, sweet diablo glaze and topped with Asian pear salad and a fried mint leaf.
Petit vegan waffles from Snackbar in Austin, Texas
Pad Spaghetti Kee Mao: Whole wheat linguine stir fried with Mushrooms, Thai Basil, Thai Peppers and Spices -- very spicy!
Ceasar Salad with garlic croutons, Cojita and Parmesan cheese and a creamy anchovy dressing. Did you know the Caesar was created in Tijuana?
Gnocchi: potato, egg, parmigiano-reggiano cheese and flour.
The long held wisdom is a ‘twice fry’ method. I have had very mixed results with this method in my home kitchen.
Beef tenderloin, scalloped potatoes with mushrooms and port wine sauce.
Potato pancakes with sour cream and chives.
Sausage Pie with Smoked Mozzarella
Mixed lettuces with bacon, goat cheese, shaved red onion, some fruit (in this case, raspberries) and a nice, little, honey mustard vinaigrette.
I have finally reached my goal of baking a loaf of bread in the shape of the egg pod from the movie Alien.
The Flying Pig from Gourdough's in Austin - intense maple syrup icing and a pile of crispy bacon top this gourmet doughnut.
Uchi in Austin, TX makes an incredible maguro tuna and goat cheese sashimi-and now you can make it at home!
Petite Chocolate Crunch - Rich chocolate mousse on a crispy chocolate base topped by a dollop of banana ice cream
Khao Kan Jin - a Burmese dish made from rice that has been mixed with blood, salt and steamed in a banana leaf.
it sounds complicated, but all you do is mix red wine with a frozen margarita to get Sangria-rita from Matt's El Rancho in Austin