All posts by Grayson Vreeland

Vendor Spotlight: adaptive reUse

We connected with our new vendor, Christine Terrell of adaptive reUse.  Read on to learn about how this former Cherrywood resident turns tins into fashions.   in: What inspired your passion for crafting upcycled jewelry? ar: I come from a long line of Yankees and all that stuff about being frugal and practical is true. […]

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Ginger Garlic String Beans

Use this super simple recipe to give the Thanksgiving classic a nice kick with some garlic and ginger.  The perfect green to balance all that mashed potato!   in.gredients Salt 2 ½ lbs of string beans, trimmed 4 tablespoons Canola oil ¼ cup minced fresh ginger (about 6 inches ginger root, peeled) 4 medium-size garlic […]

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Wine & Cheese Bundles

Love a good pairing of wine and cheese but don’t know where to begin? From Thanksgiving to New Years, we’ve got you covered with curated bundles of dome stic cheese and local wine from The Austin Winery. Wine and cheese have been expertly paired by our cheesemonger and The Austin Winery’s winemakers to help you […]

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Community Spotlight: Lone Star Victims Advocacy Project

We connected with Glennan O’Neil, Director of Lone Star Victims Advocacy.  They’re our new Community Partner, so you can support them by bringing your own containers (we’ll donate 5¢ per container) or by joining us at in.gredients on the first Friday of every month at our Block Party (we’ll donate 1% of our daily revenue) […]

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Seasonal Recipe: Broccoli Cheddar Casserole

Oh happy day, it’s broccoli season again!  Enjoy your favorite florets in this classic casserole.  This dish is plenty filling on its own, but you can add meat or tofu if you like. in.gredients 1 lb. frozen broccoli florets 8 oz. (1/4 lb) medium or sharp cheddar, shredded 4 cups cooked rice (white or brown) […]

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Seasonal Recipe: Garlic Spaghetti Squash

Warm up with this great gluten free veggie pasta – no spiralizer required!   You’re sure to delight your loved ones with this seasonal spin on cheesy, garlicky noodles. in.gredients 1 spaghetti squash 2 T butter 2 cloves garlic, finely minced 1/4 cup finely minced parsley or other fresh herb 1/2 teaspoon salt or to taste […]

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Vendor Spotlight: Stellar Gourmet

We connected with Chris Johnson of Stellar Gourmet, makers of sauces and condiments that can take any dish up a notch and are made with the highest quality and local ingredients.  We proudly offer their Texas Triple Threat Mustard in bulk, so bring in your old mustard bottle and fill it up with something better! […]

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Weekly Recipe: Seasonal Cocktails

Bust out the bourbon because it’s time to warm your heart and soul with some of Chef Ryan’s favorite fall-inspired mixed drinks.   Spiked Hibiscus Tea (twelve servings) • 1/4 cup dried hibiscus flowers, brewed into tea with 8 cups of hot water • 1.5 cups boubon • 2 T fresh lemon juice • 2 […]

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Vendor Spotlight: Texas Saké Company

Did you know that there’s only one saké brewery in all of Texas?  And only fifteen in the entire United States!  Read on to learn more about the fascinating brewing process at the one and only Texas Saké Company. in: What inspired your passion for saké? TS: I’ve been enjoying saké for the bulk of […]

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Vendor Spotlight: Fruitful Hill/Ringger Family Farm

We connected with the Ringger family of Fruitful Hill and Ringger Family Farm.  We get lots of delicious produce and eggs from these fine folks – in addition to corn husks for making tamales at home!  Read on to learn more about this wonderful family business.   in: What inspired you to start a family […]

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