— Dai Due is hosting its second women’s hunting school in November. The six-person class out along Lake Corpus Christi will cover guided hunts for feral hogs and whitetail deer, cleaning, butchering, and cooking, leading to dinners. It takes place from Friday, November 16 through Sunday, November 18. It’s $2,500 per person, which includes lodging, food, equipment, and a copy of Dai Due’s Jesse Griffiths’ book, Afield.
— Former Republic of Sandwich and Capitol Sandwich chef Thomas Gardner took over South Congress sausage shop Hudson Meat Market.
— Cuvee Coffee’s next canned nitro cold brew features horchata. The nitro horchata cold brew is made with the company’s cold brew (duh), along with cinnamon, vanilla, almond, and sugar.
— Lucky Robot chef Jay Huang and Lenoir chef Mia Li made it to the semifinalists round of the Ora King Salmon Awards, where competing chefs create dishes using the fish sourced from New Zealand. To determine the finalists (announced on Monday, September 17), there will be tastings through Sunday, September 9.
— The White Linen Party on 2nd Street District raised $5,000 for Safe, and over $20,000 for the Austin Food & Wine Alliance.
This post has been updated to reflect the correct amounts of money raised and donated by the White Linen Party.