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National Geographic  Food Waste in Austin: Whole Foods, 24,000 chickens, and a cyclist – they’re all players in this city’s plan to tackle a global issue.

National Geographic  Austin’s buzzworthy hunter-gatherer Jesse Griffiths talks about creating a model of regional food and what it really means to go whole-hog.

National Geographic  Can a Booming City Feed Its People Sustainably? Beyond its hot restaurants and funky food trucks, Austin taps its creative energy to find solutions.

The Austin American-Statesman  A Prayer on a Plate for Amatrice

The Austin American-Statesman  Sara Moulton’s New Book and Austin Visit

Lifezette Parents, Start Your Ovens

The Austin American-Statesman The Other King Cake

National Geographic The Plate How the Cricket Crunches Depends on its Diet

Lifezette Let Him Eat Cake

National Geographic The Plate Without Blue Bell, It’s a Summer Without Ice Cream for Texans

The Austin American-Statesman Bringing farms to Austin tables, retiring farmers market manager Suzanne Santos

The Austin American-Statesman Summer Entertaining with the Salonnière

The Austin American-Statesman Big Cheese: Whole Foods Market cheese maven Cathy Strange shows us her knives

The Austin American-Statesman Irish or Not, Lucky at the Emerald

The Austin American-Statesman Pretzels represent prayer to Christians in the season of Lent, a tasty snack to everyone, anytime

The Austin American-Statesman Even Meatballs are Better with Bacon Why Pecan Pies Have Gotten So Expensive

AARP Bulletin In Bastrop, Texas, Hope After the Fires Residents help wildfire-devastated community — and a beloved chocolatier

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