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Student takes stab at fencing, falls in love
September 2, 2010
By day, Jessica Philippus is a typical student: an English major who loves the Mexican martini specials at Trudy’s and occasionally savors a dip in the cool waters of Barton Springs. By night, she is a fencing warrior capable of going toe-to-toe with the likes of Jack Sparrow or Edmond Dantes.
Austin residents have hots for rare Hatch chile peppers
August 31, 2010
In the oppressive heat of mid August, large, emerald-green peppers ripen to perfection, are plucked with delicate tugs and loaded into worn, wooden crates to be shipped across the country.
Summertime fare gives UT students cheap, good eats
August 23, 2010
Finding an affordable meal in the midst of the scorching-hot Texas summer is more enjoyable than it may seem.
Cookbook by TV chef re-imagines old recipes
April 27, 2010
Loved by countless Food Network fans for her delicious Italian cooking and her endearing spunk, Giada De Laurentiis recently released her fifth cookbook, “Giada At Home.”
Author lets ACL-lovers cook artists own recipes
April 26, 2010
Fans often fail to identify their favorite artists as anything other than dedicated musicians. Some fans may not be able to imagine their favorite artist as someone who breaks away from writing lyrics or strumming a guitar to doing everyday tasks such as reading books, writing in a diary or even cooking dinner.
Musicians cookbook just same song, second verse
April 20, 2010
Aside from her fame as a Grammy Award-winning country music artist, Trisha Yearwood also has a self-proclaimed gusto for making delicious Southern comfort food.