Now in its eighth year, the Paella Challenge, which will take place on Sunday, March 26 at Mission County Park, has grown from 10 chefs to more than 30.
The Texas Folklife Festival announced a collaboration with VIA Metropolitan Transit, Lyft, and B-Cycle on Wednesday to expand transportation options for its coming festivities on June 10-12.
Chef Johnny Hernandez never stops moving.
Chef Johnny Hernandez has become synonymous with authentic Mexican dishes, rich flavors, and some of the best dining experiences in San Antonio.
AUSTIN – “Casa San Antonio,” the Alamo City’s first official cultural embassy at SXSW Interactive was buzzing with activity on Friday with panel discussions, taco wars, and other imported treats that summed up the flavor of San Antonio for local, national, and international visitors.
What better way to start San Antonio’s biggest ever presence at South by Southwest (SXSW) but with a breakfast taco competition between San Antonio and Austin’s renowned chefs?
Editor’s Note: San Antonio was minding its own business last Friday, Feb.
Family Service Association received a stunning surprise from Bexar County on Friday morning, as Commissioner Paul Elizondo announced that the county has set aside $1.5 million to help the agency complete their purchase of the former H.K. Williams Elementary School.
Tamales returned to The Pearl in tasty fashion on Saturday and brought thousands of San Antonians from all over the city.
Edible San Antonio Magazine is all about food, but it’s also about family.