Tag: paul qui

Things We Learned at Austin Food & Wine 2014

Another Austin Food & Wine has come and gone, and I for one can’t wait for 2015. One of the most fun, intimate festivals in the country. Without further ado, some of the best moments (and one sort of ugly one) from this year’s party: 1. Paul Qui has confirmed for me that the Next Big Food Trend…  Read More

In Love With Austin

The world’s live music capital has a gourmet side. Austin’s quirky vibe and come-as-you-are attitude seems to attract a lot of creative talent, especially when it comes to food. From barbecue and tacos to food trailers and world-class Japanese restaurants, the Texas capital has a place for everyone. Here are just a few reasons I…  Read More

In Love With Austin

The world’s live music capital has a gourmet side. Austin’s quirky vibe and come-as-you-are attitude seems to attract a lot of creative talent, especially when it comes to food. From barbecue and tacos to food trailers and world-class Japanese restaurants, the Texas capital has a place for everyone. Here are just a few reasons I…  Read More

Uchiko

Japanese Farmhouse Fare Tyson Cole’s acclaimed Uchi and the subsequent (and much larger) Uchiko serve some of the best Japanese fare in the United States. From sushi bar staples such as yellowtail and salmon belly to unconventional options (72-hour Wagyu short rib sushi), it’s obvious that the kitchen loves experimenting, but not at the expense…  Read More

Uchiko

Japanese Farmhouse Fare Tyson Cole’s acclaimed Uchi and the subsequent (and much larger) Uchiko serve some of the best Japanese fare in the United States. From sushi bar staples such as yellowtail and salmon belly to unconventional options (72-hour Wagyu short rib sushi), it’s obvious that the kitchen loves experimenting, but not at the expense…  Read More