The James Beard Award finalist behind Austin’s Odd Duck, Barley Swine, and Sour Duck Market publishes a cookbook as restaurant yearbook.
Our four chefs walked away empty-handed, yes, but this week's glamorous ceremony continued the trend of honoring more diverse and female finalists.
And yet, after the state’s even more stellar showing in the semifinals, the announcement feels disappointing.
No winning chefs from our state this time, but the restaurant celebration was a big night for women, chefs of color, and immigrant rights.
Austin and San Antonio chefs makes the final round, as does Anvil in Houston. Winners will be announced May 7.
Bryce Gilmore, of Barley Swine, in Austin, and Chris Shepherd, of Underbelly in Houston, were among the eight Texas chefs, writers, and restaurants nominated for a James Beard Award, the highest honor given in the food world. Garden and Gun magazine recently caught up with the two chefs to…
On March 18, the finalists for the James Beard Foundation Awards will be announced. Up until that date, Texas Monthly will speak with a number of the Texas semifinalists about their James Beard experience. Today, we’re featuring two of the three Texas semifinalists for Rising Star Chef of the Year:…
White tablecloths. Street food. Small portions. Lots and lots of innards. The only thing the ten best new Texas restaurants have in common is a willingness to prove that there is no such thing as a “Texas restaurant.” But when the escargots with fennel purée are this good, who cares?
Recipes from the ten top restaurants in Texas.
Bryce Gilmore has announced plans to open a brick-and-mortar location of the food trailer that propelled him into local fame: The Odd Duck. Bryce Gilmore The 120-seat Odd Duck restaurant will re-open in Spring 2013 in its original location at 1219 South Lamar Boulevard with “a rustic and casual atmosphere…