Chef Leo Davila showcases offerings at new San Antonio restaurant
SAN ANTONIO – He makes good food pretty. Chef Leo Davila’s new restaurant, Stixs & Stone on San Antonio’s Northwest Side, promises a feast for the eyes and for the stomach. It’s Davila’s first brick and mortar restaurant with the Catch the Wave team. The team serves Mexican-Asian fusion cuisine at Stixs & Stone, located at 5718b Wurzbach Rd. You can keep up with the new location on the Stixs & Stone Facebook page.
As seen on SA Live - Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Plus, Easter brunch spots, a new food stop in SA, baking chocolate bunny cookies, Easter keepsakes and more. What do you think is better: Cadbury eggs or Reese’s eggs? 🍬 What's better: Cadbury eggs or Reese's eggs? Jen and Mike are baking up a twist on the average chocolate Easter bunny. AdSA Live airs weekdays at 1 p.m. on KSAT 12.
Holiday recipes: Roasted pork belly with acorn squash, broccolini + polenta 2 ways
Liberally season the pork belly with the spice blend. Roast marinated pork belly, skin side up, for an hour and a half. Remove pork belly from oven, set oven temperature to 450°F. At this point, you will need to watch the pork belly to ensure it does not burn. Nestle in your pork belly slices or cubes to fill in the middle gap.
As seen on SA Live - Friday, July 3, 2020
Today on SA Live, everything you need for your Independence Day celebration. Speaking of dessert, as it heats up outside, we want to know which ice cream truck treat fits your personality? Share your comments on the SA Live Facebook and Twitter pages, then watch today at 1 p.m. to see which ones Mike and Jen picked! SA Live airs weekdays at 1 p.m. on KSAT 12. Stream the show anytime from the KSAT TV app on Roku, Fire Stick, your smart TV or your smartphone.
San Antonio Restaurants Offering Cinco de Mayo Party Packs for At-Home Imbibing
click to enlarge Instagram / lagloriapearlLa Gloria Pearl is offering three-course party packs and margaritas to-go for Cinco de Mayo. click to enlarge Courtesy Catch the Wave / Leo DavilaCatch the Wave will be parked at Sangria on the Burg Tuesday to distribute pre-ordered Cinco de Mayo party packs. Even though La Glorias patio is now open for dine-in service, the Cinco de Mayo party packs are only available to take home.The Northside Mexican food staple has put together huge party packs featuring fried cream jalapenos, beef fajita tacos, churros and more. Each kit makes six margs.Tributary, at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter, is taking Taco Tuesday to another level with its Cinco de Mayo to-go kits. Purchase a to-go margarita kit for $30 and get homemade carnitas tacos -just like abuelita makes- included.sacurrent.com
San Antonio Chefs Kicking Off Monthly Culinaria Competition Series Bao Down
click image Courtesy Sangria on the BurgWhen it comes to bao competitions, the only losers are those left hungry.Two local chefs Ceasar Zepeda of Sangria on the Burg and Teddy Liang are kicking off a new bao-making competition series at Sangria on the Burg on Monday, Sept. 23. The Bao Down competition will take place every fourth Monday of the month, with part of its proceeds to benefit Culinaria , a local nonprofit dedicated to food education and culture in San Antonio. "The competition is the main thing. We did it a month ago and I announced that I wanted to make a donation on behalf of both chefs to a cause we support," Zepeda toldtheThe Monday night event will invite guests to taste the results for themselves, offering four chef-driven rounds, with chicken, beef, pork and veggie bao, at $5 per round.The 'Bao Down' series winner will return next month for a show down against a chef Leo Davila of Catch the Wave. The event will take place from 5-9 p.m. Visit the event's Facebook page for more information and news updates.sacurrent.com