And another favorite holiday event. I have been the last 3 years and it never fails to be a raucous good time.
Annual Beer and Cheese Tasting!
Date: Thursday, December 5, 2013
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Location: 512 Brewing Company, 407 Radam Ln., Ste F200, Austin, Texas 78745
5 cheeses, 5 Beers, Snacks and a Great Time!
This has become a mainstay in our annual scheduling. A Beer and Cheese Pairing…an homage to the bi-annual event held in Bra, Italy by Slow Food International, CHEESE.
Proceeds benefit Slow Food Austin Programming
Marla Camp is on of my favorite foodie people and the amazing editor of Edible Austin. Here is the news of her latest accolades:
We’re proud to announce that Edible Austin won two Eddy Awards, and were finalists in two other categories this year, bestowed at the Edible Communities Publishers meeting in January. Judged by a panel of outside experts from the food and publishing worlds, the awards recognize outstanding writing, photography and marketing campaigns.
Best Website: edibleaustin.com (2nd year in a row)
Best Editorial—Special Issue for Edible Austin COOKS! (digital edition click here)
and finalists for….
Best Editorial Spread or Layout for Setting the Season, Edible Austin COOKS!
Best Electronic Feature for our e-newsletter
Congratulations to Marla and her talented team! Check out the special Cooks edition for party throwing tips, essential kitchen tools, family recipes from local chefs and farmers, a Texas wine guide, and more!
A couple of years ago I met Marla Camp at a Slow Food reception. She told me she was starting a foodie magazine called Edible Austin. Since then I have fallen in love with this gem The photography is beautiful and the articles are educational and entertaining. I seem to run into Marla wherever there are Austin foodies and artisinal local food producers. She is a true champion for our local scene. Edible Austin is sponsoring an Eat Local Week with some really cool events. You can probably catch me at the Drink Local soiree. Eat Local Week is an invitation to Central Texans to explore and celebrate the abundance of local food and to raise money for Urban Roots, a youth development program that uses sustainable agriculture as a means to transform the lives of young people and to increase the access of healthy food in Austin. More info at edibleaustin.com!