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Kerbey Lane Cafe

Yay! Round Rock now has its own Kerbey Lane Cafe (a bit of a novelty for this town because it is open 24/7). I can’t count the number of late night or early morning visits I have made to the original location in a converted house in Austin. 89 more words

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Mother's Day

Mother’s Day this year consisted of what Sarai wants each year: to sleep in and receive  breakfast and coffee. So this year I made migas… 77 more words

There's still life in the old loaf yet: Cretan dakos

Old, stale bread is something many of us might throw away. Think again! Reviving hardened bread into delicious dinners, soups and salads has been going on for centuries. 416 more words

Food Waste

An Additional 25 Years for Medco in Oman

Jakarta, 28 April 2015 – PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Medco Oman LLC (altogether called the “Company”) has inked an Amendment of the Karim Small Fields Agreement (“KSF Amendment”) on 28 April 2015. 380 more words

Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas Production

Migas is Love: Food & Home

When you’re not able to travel “home,” then the next best thing is food. For me, that means the Tex-Mex dish known as migas. But wait, I grew up in Indiana. 350 more words

Food

Taquerias Arandinas

If you are in Round Rock and are looking for breakfast or lunch, give Taquerias Arandinas a try. Their Mexican food leans to more authentic Mexican as opposed to the typical Tex-Mex. 31 more words

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Migas

There are a many signature foods in Spain. Most are well known, like the Tortilla de Patatas (Spanish Omelet) , Paella, Jamón Ibérico (Iberian Ham), or Wine…wait, wine isn’t food, but it might as well be. 641 more words

Spain