61 articles in the last 30 days on the Austin Texas food scene.

We’re leveling off right now but should be able to maintain this weekly output for the rest of the year. A lot of writing effort is going into our pending debut in the world of publishing. To wit: a book length treatise on Central Texas barbecue with our favorite 50 joints featured. Sung, unsung, famous, infamous. Most within an hour or so of Austin. Expect lavish, full color photography and interviews with key figures in the world of Texas barbecue. This is a major undertaking so we’ll only be getting about 60 articles per month up on this site during the next few months.

Without further ado. Here are the top 5 articles we posted this week. As always determined by page views.

1] We’re crazy about local food board Shaggybevo. It reminds us of the old days of Austin’s chowhound board when everybody was excited to be contributing views and opinions on Central Texas food scene. http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/10/Surveying-The-Wild-and-Wooly-World-of-Shaggybevos-GM-Steakhouse-An-Austin-Texas-Food-Board?adminview=true

2] A New Orleans church congregation moved to Central Texas in the wake of hurricane Katrina and opened a restaurant http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/13/Austin-Daily-Photo-Real-New-Orleans-Style-Restaurant-In-Marble-Falls-Texas?adminview=true

3] Live Oak Brewing Company is hiring a head brewer. Whither goest current head brewer Steve Anderson? http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/12/BREAKING-NEWSLive-Oak-Brewing-Company-Austin-Texas-Premiere-Craft-Beer-Maker-Is-Hiring-Head-Brewer?adminview=true

4]Terlingua Texas chili contest winner Larry Walton gave up his chili secrets here http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/8/Terlingua-Texas-Chili-Festival-Winner-Reveals-All-In-Recipe-Stunner-Mexene-Took-Him-To-The-Top?adminview=true

5] We wrote an obituary for Dublin Dr Pepper Bottling Company in the wake of Snapple Corporation’s bid to become known as the most evil regime in corporate America http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/11/Rest-In-Peace-Dublin-Dr-Pepper-Bottling-Company?adminview=true

That’s all folks, thanks for checking out the site.

Bonus: Didn’t get that many page views but we were happy to welcome Amsterdam Netherlands vegetarian chain Maoz to Austin http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/13/Birth-Notice-Attention-Austin-Texas-Area-Vegans-And-Vegetarians-Maoz-From-Amsterdam-Is-Open?adminview=true

and last week’s top 5 http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/8/Top-5-Austin-Texas-Food-Stories-This-Week-January-2nd–January-8th–2012?adminview=true

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