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Sept 2010

A Reason to Eat Meat

When we arrive at “the shop” in Niederwald, Runkle and his assistant, Thomas, have just filled the sausage maker with a mixture of ground pork and Runkle’s own pancetta, spiced ...

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By Sarah Seidel Photos By Romina Olson Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood East Side

A Fridge Away From Home

For dieters and the allergy-plagued alike, fast food can be a one-way ticket to a fast disaster. With calorie and fat content that is through the roof, the classic hamburger ...

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By Amy Wald Photos By Alison Narro Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood West Side

Side Dishes: Belly Dancing, Tango, or Fire?

There’s something different about dinner. Breakfast? It has “fast” in the name, it’s a grab-and-go, on-the-move affair. Lunch? It’s casual, a break in the middle of a long day. But ...

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By Sarah Morgan Photos By Sam Marx Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood South Side

A Stink So Good

Practice makes perfect. And that’s exactly the mentality that owners of Antonelli’s Cheese Shop, Kendall and John Antonelli, encourage within their customers. With an entire store devoted to education in ...

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By Caitlin M Ryan Photos By Alison Narro Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood Campus / Hyde Park

Learn. Cook. Live.

The corners of the world meetin cooking class
Twelve strangers stand around a table. Some are couples, there together, and others are alone. Conversations begin, and a just-sharpened knife sits between ...

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By JW Walthall Photos By Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood North Side

Chip Tate’s Blue Corn Whisky

The star of the Balcones Distillery, located in Waco, is Baby Blue, a whisky made from roasted Hopi blue corn. There’s also Rumble, a rum-like spirit featuring Texas wildflower honey, ...

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By Adrienne Breaux Photos By Matthias Vohwinkle Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood North Side

From Dusk ‘Til Dawn: The Grueling Life of the Kitchen

Bleeding fingertips. Sweat-soaked chef coats. Tears falling from a young girl’s eyes in the back stairwell. Scars that bring back memories, and paychecks that make you want to forget.
Life in ...

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By JW Walthall Photos By Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood Midtown

Too Good to be True? Just Good to be Green.

Straight from Farm to Home.
Finally, a day has come when shopping at the grocery store no longer involves shopping at the grocery store. Enter—from your computer—Greenling. A provider and home ...

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By Laura Romer Photos By Alison Narro Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood Midtown

Bleed and Drink Orange

When the great minds behind Austin’s premier advertising agency, GSD&M Idea City, championed a plan to put the University of Texas’ most recognized landmark right into the public’s hands, a ...

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By Scarlett Steakley Photos By Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood Campus / Hyde Park

Haddington’s Grown Up Pub Grub

A plywood skeleton sits on a fenced-in corner of West Sixth Street and Nueces, offering passersby few hints about the much-anticipated pub that will inhabit the lot. But what may ...

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By Andrea Bearce Photos By Sam Marx Issue Sept 2010 Neighborhood Downtown