In short, everything is artful, adorable, and delicious.
eatin’ and earin’ at sxsw 2023
We missed three years of South by South West due to the pandemic (2020 and 2021) and a trip to Iceland to see our favorite band's 25th reunion concert (gusgus, 2022), but we were in town for this year's event.
arbuckle mountain fried pies (davis ok)
I can't say I've ever had a legit fried pie until I stopped in at Arbuckle's on the way back to Austin from a geology conference in Stillwater.
(the new) trudy’s
The key thing about the new Trudy's is to not judge it against the old Trudy's.
what we ate way back in february of ’23
sad little find on the sidewalk. didn't eat it. bacon, egg, and cheese taco slathered with mocajete from el tacorrido uncle bob's world-famous christmas lobster bisk (with a drizzle of sherry) Thai Chili Sauce Fried Rice at Thai Thai Cafe (San Marcos) pork with garlic sauce from se7en spice fried fish tacos from el mercado … Continue reading what we ate way back in february of ’23
The veggies are large and fresh as are the proportions.
crispy dogs at ray’s drive inn (san antonio)
The crispy dog, apparently invented by a San Antonio abuela or tia, is a yellow corn tortilla slapped with a slice of American cheese and rolled around a frankfurter before a deep fry.
If you like cats, if you like fun drinks, if you like epically good ramen, if you like being outside, and if you like good tunes, Domo Alley-Gato should be your new scratching post!
what we ate way back in january of ’23
amberjack, mussels, and crimini, oh my!
#hit&run: taquero mucho
Foulmouthed, pink, and LOUD, Taquero Mucho slings affordable Mexican, inventive drinks, and more fuschia than Mary Kay's love shack.