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IBM shows off Cognitive Cooking technology at SXSW food truck, private dinner.
Even Austinite who runs a 3-D chocolate printing company says the technology has its limitations.
Documentary about the importance of saving seeds, preserving biodiversity has three screenings that are open to the public and SXSW badgeholders.
Photographer created line of granola to honor her nephew, House, who passed away when he was only a few months old.
Popular Paleo bloggers' new book is packed with recipes that build on one another.
Local food blogger's annual event features more than two dozen local food businesses.
Joanne Fluke is in Austin early this week for events at H-E-B, BookPeople.
First of 10 winners announced today.
Two-hour event at the Stephen F. Austin Hotel is open to badgeholders only.
Food Network host, cookbook author's annual big party at Stubb's to feature free sliders, frankfurter.
More than a dozen panels at South by Southwest Interactive will deal with some aspect of food.
Manchaca resident keeps the history of Texas alive through food, music.
New athletic director pushing for (big boozy) changes at Longhorn sporting events.
A round-up of food news in and around the Statesman.
Earthbound Farm founder Myra Goodman and daughter, Marea, co-wrote 'Straight from the Earth: Irresistible Vegan Recipes for Everyone.'
We've had such an amazing response to our new #Austin360Eats project that it's time to share a mega Storify gallery of several hundred of your entries. You all have shared everything from tacos (and more tacos) and ramen to birthday cakes and pizza, and we can't wait to keep seeing ...
Community cookbook includes recipes from more than 100 past SXSW speakers, including the founders of Craigslist and I Can Haz Cheezburger.
Louisiana Kitchen & Culture magazine is a bimonthly publication that shares lots of recipes from our neighbor state, including this Dutch oven chicken and sausage gumbo.
Free event at UT to explore food history, culture, influence of Japan.
We might think of slaws as a summertime staple, but they are a great way to use up an overabundance of winter vegetables.