April  10th.  2014
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And then there was Instagram: @broylesa

And then there was Instagram: @broylesa


June  6th.  2012
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@chefdavidbull working with a young chef camper @elbuen’s #food4kids luncheon. A big group of us is helping serve turkey meatloaf, whipped carrots and candied quinoa for lunch.

@chefdavidbull working with a young chef camper @elbuen’s #food4kids luncheon. A big group of us is helping serve turkey meatloaf, whipped carrots and candied quinoa for lunch.


May  30th.  2012
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Lloyd Doggett speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony for SFC’s new home off MLK near the MetroRail stop.

Lloyd Doggett speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony for SFC’s new home off MLK near the MetroRail stop.


May  18th.  2012
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Anyone surprised to see this on E-trade’s home page right now?

Anyone surprised to see this on E-trade’s home page right now?


9:34  am
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Whew, I’m so glad they specified “manly recipes” on the cover of this new cookbook from a “Deadliest Catch” guy. I can’t imagine the alternative!

Whew, I’m so glad they specified “manly recipes” on the cover of this new cookbook from a “Deadliest Catch” guy. I can’t imagine the alternative!


May  17th.  2012
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I’m very pleased with this farro panzanella I made today for that photo shoot. Nutty, chewy, tangy, fresh. Recipe on Wednesday.

I’m very pleased with this farro panzanella I made today for that photo shoot. Nutty, chewy, tangy, fresh. Recipe on Wednesday.


May  12th.  2012
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Mexican plums! Foraged (with permission) on our walk this morning. Can’t get over all the fruit hanging on trees around Austin this year! Figs will be ripening soon…

Mexican plums! Foraged (with permission) on our walk this morning. Can’t get over all the fruit hanging on trees around Austin this year! Figs will be ripening soon…


May  2nd.  2012
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First peaches of the season from Rhew Orchard near Stockdale, southeast of San Antonio. Fat juicy cling peaches fresh off the trees…

First peaches of the season from Rhew Orchard near Stockdale, southeast of San Antonio. Fat juicy cling peaches fresh off the trees…


April  28th.  2012
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The wind is keeping temps bearable, but Auditorium Shores is a dust bowl. Remember when this used to be a field of grass?

The wind is keeping temps bearable, but Auditorium Shores is a dust bowl. Remember when this used to be a field of grass?


10:16  am
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Brad Sorenson of “Next Food Network Star” among the fans in Waxman’s captive audience. #austinfoodwine

Brad Sorenson of “Next Food Network Star” among the fans in Waxman’s captive audience. #austinfoodwine


9:31  am
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100 hot grills + 200 people + Tim Love = largest hands on grilling event in history, he says. @austinfoodwine

100 hot grills + 200 people + Tim Love = largest hands on grilling event in history, he says. @austinfoodwine


April  25th.  2012
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Great to meet @grillgirl  & Kreuz owner @keithschmidt1, who had just come from Franklin’s, over a fat beef rib at JMueller’s. #bbqtrail

Great to meet @grillgirl & Kreuz owner @keithschmidt1, who had just come from Franklin’s, over a fat beef rib at JMueller’s. #bbqtrail


April  9th.  2012
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On a hunt for loquat recipes when I found this: “Loquat wine needs to age at least one year. Therefore, it would be best to plan in advance.”

On a hunt for loquat recipes when I found this: “Loquat wine needs to age at least one year. Therefore, it would be best to plan in advance.”


April  7th.  2012
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Loquat trees all over Austin are sagging with fruit! A bumper crop of an under-appreciated fruit. Great for nibbling or, if you’re feeling ambitious with all that peeling, preserves.

Loquat trees all over Austin are sagging with fruit! A bumper crop of an under-appreciated fruit. Great for nibbling or, if you’re feeling ambitious with all that peeling, preserves.


March  28th.  2012
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Has anyone ever made dehydrated berry jams? Trying a Paul Virant recipe from “The Preservation Kitchen.”

Has anyone ever made dehydrated berry jams? Trying a Paul Virant recipe from “The Preservation Kitchen.”