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What other sources are there for info on food in San Antonio?

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  1. http://www.sanantoniojoe.com

    1. savorsa.com

      former writers for the Express News

      1. http://www.sanantonioburger.com
        I tried their #3 rated burger today, The Lord's Kitchen. Unfortunately the burger was overcooked to where it was falling apart.

        Lord's Kitchen
        118 Seguin St, San Antonio, TX 78208

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        1. re: saeyedoc

          I got to Lord's Kitchen a few weeks ago. I liked it. I think it defies the current notion that medium rare is the only way to cook a burger. It had a good crust, which most burgers lack. well seasoned and constructed. Coarsely ground, a little crumbly, and a little drier on account of being cooked to well done, but i think it had enough fat in the meat to carry it.

          Unlike most the burgers that get a lot of press in the area, this one tastes like meat. However, I'd definitely take a Bracken Store or Bobby J's over Lord's.

          Bracken Store
          18415 Bracken Dr, San Antonio, TX 78266

          Lord's Kitchen
          118 Seguin St, San Antonio, TX 78208

        2. www.sanantonioeats.weebly.com is another food blog.

          1. Twitter is always a good source for finding out the local food buzz in San Antonio. Many popular food bloggers are on there, including myself! http://www.culinarycara.com

            1. Interestingly, a similiar thread (http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/804738) has popped up recently. It's great to find useful info on this Texas board (HOW DO WE GET A SAN ANTONIO SPECIFIC ONE????) instead of fielding the same old questions over and over.

              What do I read?

              And twitter feeds from Dady, Weissman, multiple random restaurants,brewpubs, etc.

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              1. re: Sam Spade

                For people looking for an food blog aggregator, I actually created one called Local Dish for the iPhone. You can download it for free here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/local-... and includes many of the blogs mentioned here.

                Hope you can enjoy it!