Todd Duplechan and Jessica Maher returned to Austin from New York almost five years ago set on opening a restaurant together. However, fate had different plans for them: her, a stint working with Dai ...
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By Robin ChotzinoffPhotography by Marc Brown Coming home after a three-week vacation at her West Texas ranch, Liz Lambert decides to take another day off. This isn’t her usual style. You ...
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By Soll SussmanPhotography by Matthew Lynaugh At the University of Texas Division of Housing and Food Service, where Executive Chef Robert Mayberry estimates that 25,000 to 27,000 meals are served ...
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By David AnselPhotography by Marc Brown When conjuring a mental image of a chef’s home kitchen, one might envision small pots of fresh herbs sunbathing on a windowsill, a pegboard rack lined ...
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By David Ansel Illustration by Matt Lynaugh The summer sun had not yet shone its first rays into the third-story windows along Congress Avenue, but Delphino Martinez had already worked up a sweat. ...
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The manager’s workday began at 7:00 a.m., when he unlocked the door to the cafeteria, and ended often after ten or eleven at night. Throughout the hours in between, he performed a cascade of tasks: ...
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