Willie Cedillo is the kind of barber you could listen to for hours on end. The 90-year-old has been giving natural haircuts to San Antonio men since 1943.
Alberico Fine Wine Executive Chef Edward Villareal will be hosting a special cooking segment slated to be a regular part of Edible San Antonio Magazine’s new cooking show.
Humble House Foods, which has been a cornerstone of the Pearl Farmers Market since its early days, recently landed its big break in this year’s H-E-B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best competition. But it’s been a long road paved with intentions, blood, sweat, and hot sauce.
Last year, Chef Steve McHugh and his team at Cured raised a whopping $28,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) at the annual Cured for a Cure dinner, which McHugh, a survivor of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, credits with “essentially saving (his) life.”
McHugh plans to raise the stakes for this year’s LLS, five-course fundraising dinner – which is set for Sunday, Sept.
Although Oaxaca has been overlooked as a travel destination in recent years due to the media’s constant misrepresentation of the dangers of Mexico, intrepid friends have told fanciful tales that finally lured me and my reluctant companions to this verdant land.