What a week.
Busy, busy, busy week at the scrumptious house. Austin’s food scene is gearing up for the biggest Spring we’ve ever seen. We’re hoping to see Paul Qui’s brick and mortar popping up in East Austin sooner rather than later, we found the hottest food truck of 2012 this week and the Texas barbecue competitions are about to start filling Central Texas skies with the aroma of sizzling steer flesh.
The week’s top 5 Austin Texas food stories: 1] Yassine Enterprises being raided by the FBI and a host of other agencies was easily the hottest story this week. We’ve created an omnibus for your viewing pleasure http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/27/BREAKING-NEWS-Mike-Yassine-Of-Yassine-Enterprises-In-Austin-Texas-Nightclub-Scandal?adminview=true
2] 5 facts you may not know about Black’s Barbecue in Lockhart Texas http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/27/Kent-Black-Pit-Boss-At-Blacks-Barbecue-On-Cover-of-Schreiner-University-Scene-Magazine?adminview=true
3] We wrote yet another Central Texas barbecue restaurant obituary http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/31/RIP-Rest-In-Peace-Artz-Rib-House-Legendary-South-Austin-Texas-Barbecue-Joint?adminview=true
4] What’s the hottest food trailer since Three Little Pigs? http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/29/Is-Pachamamas-Peruvian-Creole-Cuisine-The-Best-Food-Trailer-In-Austin-Texas?adminview=true
5] and East Austin gets a brand new cafe on Cesar Chavez http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/27/Austin-Daily-Photo-Cenote-New-East-Austin-Cafe-From-Cody-Symington-And-Mary-Jenkins?adminview=true