Episode 6: Tiny Pies

Amanda Bates, co-owner of Tiny Pies, discusses working with family, the importance of research, and the zen of pies. Website Twitter Facebook http://austineatspodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Episode-6-Tiny-Pies-1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...
Episode 5: Quack’s Bakery

Episode 5: Quack’s Bakery

Aaron Frausto, manager of Quack’s 43rd Street Bakery, talks about how baked good make the go ’round, how to avoid Red Dye #7, and what’s it’s like to grow up with your customers. Website Twitter Facebook...
Episode 4: La Patisserie

Episode 4: La Patisserie

Soraiya Nagree, owner of La Patisserie, talks being a Francophile, starting a business from your kitchen, and what it takes to make the perfect macaron. Website Twitter Facebook...
Episode 3: The Peached Tortilla

Episode 3: The Peached Tortilla

Eric Silverstein owns the Peached Tortilla restaurant, food trucks, catering companies, and the new event space, Social House. We chop it up about the current state of the Austin hospitality industry, entrepreneurial sacrifices, and what it takes to achieve longevity....
Episode 2: Melted Food Truck

Episode 2: Melted Food Truck

This week I’m talking to Miller Hardin, co-runner of the Melted foodtruck. Miller and I chat about what why people love grilled cheeses, what makes comfort food so great, and how Melted is on a mission to give back. More Information about Melted Website Facebook...
Episode 1: Strange Land Brewery

Episode 1: Strange Land Brewery

On this episode, I’m talking to Adam Blumenshein, co-founder of Strange Land Brewery. I had a cool conversation with Adam about what makes Strange Land’s beer so different from the others, how to come up a really great beer name, and creative ways to fund my next...