Barbecue and breakfast tacos, heritage foodways and hot sauce, tequila and all things Mexican cuisine: These are just a few of the food subjects that will be on the minds (and mouths) of participants of this year’s Texas Book Festival.
In homage to Austin’s favorite way to start the day, Taco Journalism founders Jarod Neece and Mando Rayo kick off the cooking tent lineup at 10 a.m. Saturday to talk about their book, “Austin Breakfast Tacos.” Former Dallas Morning News restaurant critic Dotty Griffith, a late addition to the festival, will talk about the new edition of her 1997 book, “Texas Holiday Cookbook,” at 11:30 a.m.
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