Mark Buley and Sam Hellman-Mass are two young chefs with a passion for farm fresh food and sharing it with all who care to partake.
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One of the goals of Mark Buley and Sam Hellman-Mass — chef/partners with Bryce Gilmore at Odd Duck restaurant– is for every diner who eats their food to leave feeling satisfied by the experience and the knowledge that what they consumed was locally grown and prepared with respect and creativity.
Lou Lambert is the creator of several award winning restaurants in Texas, including Lambert’s Downtown Barbecue and Jo’s Hot Coffee Good Food in Austin, Lambert’s Steak Steaks & Seafood and Dutch’s Hamburgers in Fort Worth.
Outdoor cooking takes more finesse than simply moving all your gear from the kitchen to the patio, or campground. So we brought in an expert: Lou Lambert.
It’s just a matter of time before persistent drought conditions worldwide force us to rethink how we grow food. That means everyone: from home gardeners watering backyard vegetables, to farmers irrigating acres of row crops. We all have skin in this game. Maybe it’s time to consider aquaponics.
Our shared history at the table is undeniable. Perhaps at the table, and with the help of people like Michael Twitty, is where we will join together and take a bite out of that which keeps us apart.
Carol Fowler Huntsberger took over operations of Quality Seafood Market nearly 11 years ago and hasn’t looked back.
When you get past your revulsion over an oyster’s appearance, and its creepy texture, you are rewarded with a succulent, briny, and versatile delicacy that elevates those who consume the delicate flesh to a transcendent state.
Lauren Maples is the founder and one of the current co-managers of the PEAS School and Community farm. She began the farm as a parent volunteer with money raised by the community through a Kickstarter.
About 25 families actively participate in PEAS Farm at Cunningham Elementary School in South Austin; they do everything from tilling the soil to harvesting the crops. All along the way both the children and adults learn what it takes to grow a sustainable organic food garden, and even learn how to cook with what they’ve grown.