Busy, busy week here at scrumptiouschef. We penned 28 articles on the exploding Austin, Texas food scene. Here are our top five, based on readership.And once again, thanks y’all, this site is absolutely exploding. Our analytics are through the roof. We appreciate all y’all.

We wrote about a barbecue course being taught at Texas A&M and suggested one for UT complete with professors and an octogenarian pit boss legend as dean. http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/11/10/Life-Is-Good-At-Texas-AM-Texas-Barbecue-Class-Taught-By-Two-Meat-Science-Experts Wednesday nights in Austin Texas everybody huddles around their tv sets and watches Top Chef Texas. We offer running commentary in our blow by blow accounting of the affair. http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/11/10/Top-Chef-Texas-Episode-2-Scrumptiouschef-With-Blow-By-Blow-Coverage

The leader of the new school of food trailers:Odd Duck Farm To Trailer prepares to shutter in South Austin. Victimized by more condo towers http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/11/11/RIP-Hard-Day-In-South-Austin-Odd-Duck-Farm-To-Trailer-Prepares-To-Shutter

Aaron Franklin prepares to take New York City and hold it in the palm of his hand. Texas pit boss ready to show and prove http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/11/10/Aaron-Franklin-Takes-New-York-City-By-Storm-Guest-Pit-Boss-At-Hill-Country

Battle of the Louie Mueller pit bosses http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/11/7/DustUpNew-BarbecueStiles-Switch-From-XLouie-Mueller-Pit-Boss-Lance-Kirkpatrick-Under-Storm-Cloud

and here’s our top five from the previous week http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2011/11/6/You-May-Have-Missed-Top-Austin-Texas-Food-Stories-From-This-Past-Week-October-31stNovember-6-2011?adminview=true

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