Winter Growing Season
And remember that right here in Central Texas, at the start of our winter growing season, we can go to our farmers markets and buy jalepeno peppers, tomatoes, citrus fruits, all kinds of greens, nuts, root vegetables, broccoli, cauliflower and squashes—a real bounty of fresh food for the holidays!
Make sure to check out our 3rd Annual Eat Local Week—December 5-12. Local restaurants will be sourcing local items for their menus as well as many great events that feature local food artisans.
Cover: Hanukkah Sufganiyot (jelly doghnuts) recipe by Jessica Maher.
Photograph by Jody Horton.
New Farmers Markets, Nuovo Vino Festival in Florence, Austin Green Living Festival, Slow Money Austin, Balcones Distillery, Bona Dea Bread
Gaya organic Mexican Vanilla, South Congress Chevron, Thunder Heart Bison, Texas State University's Bobcat Blend and composting programs.
Dai Due Butcher Shop
The Myth of more
A spirited Woman
Paula Angerstein takes on the spirit world with her handcrafted orange and lemon liqeurs.
A RAw Deal
A look into the policies regulating access to raw milk.
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A Breed Apart
Uncompromised quality and innovation hallmarks of Twin County Dorpers Ranch.
Sandstone Cellars Winery.
Sweet Holiday Delights
Revamping old holiday favorites.?
Glimpses behind the line at Asti.
Limerick—Frazier House: Sweet to the soul
This historic landmark is transformed into a hub for African American culinary history.
Have a merry modern holiday.
Plotting to take over the yard.
Perfecting your armchair gardening.
Thank you, farm.
Thai from plot to plate
Incorporate a bit of centuries-old Thai culinary tradition into your garden.
Garlic soup for health.
Lisa Fain makes Great-Grandma's candy.
Lucinda's Flan Famoso.
David Bates at Austin Museum of Art.