Author Archives: Christine

Bouldin Creek Cafe’s New Dinner Menu

I’ve been going to Bouldin Creek Cafe for years, since pretty much when I moved into the neighborhood. Back then, the cafe was in a rundown, falling-apart building, and they served vegetarian comfort food: breakfast all the time, lots of … Continue reading

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Purple Cabbage Slaw with Avocado Dressing (Recipe)

We’re coming up on the tail end of the season for vegetables in the cabbage family, like well, cabbage—and broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and bok choy. But I’m not over them yet! I always look forward to market tables full … Continue reading

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Taste of Ethiopia

Taste of Ethiopia is one of the places I’d visit all the time if I lived closer. It’s a little shop tucked into a little strip mall, off the highway in Pflugerville. Their menu is organized into vegetarian and meat … Continue reading

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Homemade Granola Recipe

When I lived in Urbana, Illinois, I belonged to a food co-op called Common Ground. They’ve long since moved into a bigger space, but at the time that I was a member, it was very much what you might think … Continue reading

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Lenoir Happy Hour

Have you guys tried Lenoir yet? It’s a gorgeous little restaurant on South First Street owned by chef super-couple (super-chef couple?) Jessica Maher and Todd Duplechan that serves incredible locally sourced food in a beautiful blue and white dining room … Continue reading

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