In this issue, this food spot ghost-expands, ice cream gets added to a menu, and a market unveils a new logo. But first…
The Texas VegFest has moved from an in-person event, initially scheduled for December 5, to a virtual event from December 15–21.
In Austin Veg News
Isaac Mogannam of Plow Burger announces a fourth location that isn’t a food truck. He writes, “This is a ghost kitchen. But you will be able to order for pick up or delivery and be able to order from our other sister brands in the same transaction! Yup, order and mix/match our sister brands in one order.”
You can now find Luv Fats Ice Cream at Revolution Vegan Kitchen.
Maha Market has a new logo.
Austin Veg in the Media
Austin Eater includes The Vegan Nom in “How to Ship a Taste of Austin’s Best Restaurants Anywhere in the Country.”
And speaking of Austin Eater, they also include Bouldin Creek Cafe and Sassy’s Vegetarian Soul Food in “38 Standout Dining Destinations in Austin.”
Mr. Natural was on KEYE CBS Austin in “A very vegan Thanksgiving with Mr. Natural Austin!”
Edible Austin highlights Rebel Cheese in its latest issue.
Attending Veg Events
There’s still time to catch The Last Pig virtual screening.
Mark your calendars for The Wandering Vegan market.
Austin Veg Delights
Hannah Kaminsky of BitterSweet speaks with Craig Vanis of Bistro Vonish about kolaches. Check out Hannah’s blog post, “Czech Mate,” and learn where Craig learned how to make Czech-Texan pastry.
Austin Veg Help Needed
Dreamtime Animal Sanctuary seeks volunteers.
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