Join us on a journey with local connoisseurs to deepen your culinary knowledge through our exclusive hands-on workshops. As our local food economy has grown stronger and more connected than ever, we realize the value in getting back to the basics. Over the past eleven years, Eat Drink Local has served to encourage support for farm-to-table restaurants and home cooking with local, seasonal ingredients. We can’t wait to embark on another local food exploration with our community.
A Bean to Bar Workshop with SRSLY Chocolate
Thursday, September 12
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Learn how to make chocolate from bean to bar with SRSLY chocolate! Owner and chocolate-maker Bob Williamson will go over all aspects of chocolate creation, from sorting, cracking, winnowing and grinding cocoa beans to tempering and molding stone ground chocolate. Participants also get to handcraft and customize their own chocolate bars! SRSLY chocolate makes their amazing treats with cacao stone ground in Texas and unique locally sourced ingredients, so this is a chance to make some truly Texan chocolate.
Confituras Little Kitchen— 2129 Goodrich Ave.
A Taproom Tour and Tasting with Texas Keeper Cider
Sunday, November 10
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Cider is making a well-deserved debut in Texas right now, and we want to bring y'all into the heart of the operation! Join us at the Texas Keeper Cider HQ in South Austin for a very special look into their process. Texas Keeper Cider makes their beverages in small batches with heirloom apples and unique local ingredients, so cracking open a bottle is a treat every time. And we have exclusive access to their taproom and cidery at this event! Join us an hour before they open to see how the cider is made and enjoy sips of their cider varieties, along with some brunch bites from the on-site kitchen.
Texas Keeper Cider — 12521 Twin Creeks Rd., Manchaca
Seasons of Wine
with Wine for the People
Wednesday, April 3
Lone Star Cheese Tasting
with Antonelli's Cheese
Thursday, May 2