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That’s a Wrap: Austin Food and Wine Festival has Come and Gone

With a weekend of grilling, food tasting and cooking demonstrations now in the past, the many who weren’t in attendance at this year’s Austin Food and Wine Festival might be curious for a recap of some of the moments. An array of celebrity chefs and food savvy all-stars were in attendance, including Andrew Zimmern of Bizzare Foods and chef Marcus Samuelsson.
As the reviews of the festival come in, you shouldn’t despair if you missed out. Some of the chefs featured this past weekend have restaurants here in Austin you can be sure to indulge in at your leisure. The “Taste of Texas” event at the festival highlighted these local culinary artists, some of which include chef Tyson Cole’s award winning Japanese cuisine from Uchi and Uchiko, as well as Paul Qui’s East Side King and James Holmes’ Lucy’s Fried Chicken. Be sure to check out some of these local delicacies, your tastebuds won’t regret it.

Here are some highlights of the event!

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 [Credit: Jessica Dupuy/Culture Map Austin]

 

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San Antonio chef Jason Daly at the fire pits.

[Credit: Matt McGinnis/ Culture Map Austin]

 

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Andrew Zimmern and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons with fellow food and wine lovers.

[Credit: Andrew Zimmern/Instagram]

 

austin events, keep austin weird, crave blog, food blogging, austin food and wine festival, austin food and wineMarcus Samuelsson enjoying the festival.

[Credit: Art of Soul Photography/Examiner.com]

 

 

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