The San Antonio Food and Sign Festival, Day 3: Austin Bound

Here’s what’s great about my sister-in-law Hannah: on the day that we had planned to make the drive up to Austin, she couldn’t sleep. So, instead of doing as the rest of us would do and lay around in bed waiting for something drowsy to happen, she got up and started surfing around the internet … Continue reading “The San Antonio Food and Sign Festival, Day 3: Austin Bound”



The San Antonio Food and Sign Festival, Day 2

We woke up on our second day in San Antonio to homemade granola and Cafe de Olla. This was going to be a day of homemade food, and when you consider our hostess’ prowess in the kitchen, restaurants could stand to take a break for a day. Hannah works at Central Market in San Antonio, … Continue reading “The San Antonio Food and Sign Festival, Day 2”



The San Antonio Food and Sign Festival, Day One

For a number of years, Laura’s sister, the esteemed Chef Hannah, has been living in San Antonio with her husband, the esteemed Dr. Dan. We’ve been meaning to go down there to see them since they married and moved there in 2010, but doing so would have meant a couple of things: a) that we … Continue reading “The San Antonio Food and Sign Festival, Day One”