September 21st can't get here fast enough! Is there any reason why this wouldn't freeze well or that you wouldn't advise making several of these and stocking up?
Homemade ice cream and my grandmother's handcut pasta.
Anything with lotsa meat and uber-cheesy.
Borracho Beans -- and Lisa's are absolutely fantastic! Definitely my go-to recipe!
Yep, the Luke's happy hour prices (and quality) can't be beat.
Co-hosting a party - my sister is providing the cleaning services and the pad, I'm cooking. I say it's a pretty fair tradeoff. :)
+1 for A.L.C.
Yep - pretty sure Chick-Fil-A would have blown all of these out of the water (except for their weird Ranch). Chick-Fil-A Sauce FTW.
anything with shrimp. ANYTHING.
Searsucker's happy hour has been just awesome in my experience - the "small plates" (which are 50% off their usual prices) are not small at all and every single one that I've tried is truly delicious. The infusions.....not so much. :)
Looks great - can't wait to check it out!
Forgetting about the frozen pizza dough I made for him and lovingly placed in single-serving pieces in the freezer -- upon discovery (3 years later) there was no hope for those things.
Supreme -- give him all the toppings in the world, and he's a happy man. Except olives. NOOOO olives.
Simple potato dish, some grilled veggies and ice cold beer.
I had no idea we had the ability to share pictures in the comments....neat!
Lemme guess: you saw "Nothing Bundt Cake" locations. (get it?) It's a new central-south Texas chain and I'm almost sorry to admit this but they're absolutely incredible. A family member brought one for my sister's birthday a couple of weeks ago and the leftovers on that thing stayed super-moist and fresh for a week!
No, thank YOU!
If you're in Austin this weekend, you cannot miss Paul Qui's SouthBy-only curated "trailer park" = South Bites. Literally a one-stop shop for some of the best food trucks in not only Austin but all over Texas and beyond. No wristband required.
Pork ribs. From almost anywhere.
Torchy's Diablo Sauce (it's available by the bottle in all locations) is quickly becoming my my default condiment of choice. "May start mouth fires" indeed!
Umm...I'm from Austin (and dearly love this damn city)...but we have NO right to be on this list. Whatsoever.
Uchi in Austin...life-changing.
Two words: Franklins Barbecue. Followed closely by any time my father throws something on the pit.
Down here in 75-degree Austin, Texas, I'm sitting on a patio, sipping a glass of white wine, munching on chips & queso, and soaking up the sun. (sorry!)