This September, our happy hour was sponsored by Homeslice Pizza in South Austin! Home Slice Pizza is a decidedly “Austin” neighborhood pizza joint serving authentic NY-style pizza—by the pie or by the slice. It is located in the heart of South Congress, among all the funky shops and hangouts that make south Austin so unique. We were […]
Are you tired of being rejected by FoodGawker? Do your Instagram pics leave commenters asking just what is that? Are all your family photos dark and blurry? You’re not alone. Join us for Photography Camp! Two years ago AFBA offered its first photo class. This year, we’re upping the ante with an all-day event! Our […]
Join the Austin Food Blogger Alliance (AFBA) for the 2013 Cupcakes and Cocktails event. Sip on libations provided by Treaty Oak Distilling, T1 Tequila, and Hops and Grain. Cocktail themed cupcakes courtesy of Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop, SugaPlump Pastries, Swift’s Attic, Delish, Blue Note Bakery, Butter Stick Bakery and Crema Bakery and Cafe. Additional support provided by Central Market and Google+ Local.
Monetizing: How do I monetize my content? How do I connect with brands? Sponsored by Evernote / Evernote Food Snacks provided by Zilks Food 6:00 – 7:00 pm – Meet and greet other members 7:00 – 8:30 – Panel Discussion with Q&A Free for AFBA members, $10 for non-members. Event open to any type of […]
In early February, twenty-two volunteers from the Austin Food Blogger Alliance spent an evening at the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas. We were there to help sort through donations from the Food Bank’s Souper Bowl of Caring donation drive. With work clothes on and following an orientation from Bethany and Lea (part of the Food […]
A big “Thank You!” goes out to our members that participated in the SNAP Challenge, our first philanthropy event for the AFBA. In total, we had 20 bloggers participate. In addition to helping raise awareness to the hunger issues in our community and the SNAP program in particular, these bloggers also provided more than 60 […]
I spend a lot of time thinking (and writing) about how to get healthier, tastier foods into our kids. But I am ashamed to say that in the past I have spared little thought for those who may be concerned with an even more serious problem – just getting food for their kids. Period. Full […]