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Chef Raymond Tatum, formerly of Jeffrey's, churns out gourmet trailer fare with a South­ern soul-Asian fusion twist. Think maple-glazed pork belly sliders; bacon-wrapped, cracklin-studded pork meatloaf; and Asian fried chicken. Also, homemade pies. – Melanie Haupt 3 Little Pigs (location page) 1209 Rosewood, 512/653-5088 www.3littlepigsau...

The recent winner of the inaugural Austin Chronicle Invitational BBQ Beef Rib Smackdown, Micklethwait's meats smoke out of a vintage refurbished trailer and romance the city with hand-crafted sausages, succulent pork loin, melt-in-your-mouth brisket, and sides that rival those of any barbecue dynasty. Both consistently creative specials and time-honored favorites abound, including homemade bread and desserts. Micklethwait Craft Meats 1309 Rosewood, 512/791-5961 www.craftmeats.com/

Legendary lines for this smoked-meat sensation. Frill-less ordering: by the pound, plate, or sandwich, with simple sides and delicious pies by Cake & Spoon Bakery. Aaron Frank­lin's mouthwatering brisket has sold out every single day since opening in an East Austin parking lot in 2009. The real deal. – Gracie Salem Franklin Barbecue (location page) 900 E. 11th, 512/653-1187 www.franklinbarbe...

World-famous chef Paul Qui and his partners invented the dishes sold at the East Side King trailers, and this newest addition to the fleet has all the Qui hallmarks of his sublime, heartrending Japanese/Thai/Texan fusion cuisine in a bright shop accented with Peelander Yellow murals. – Kate Thornberry East Side King (location page) 2310 S. Lamar #101, 512/383-8382

This tiny trailer is the definition of culinary fun. Empanadas, French bread sandwiches, pho, puffy tacos, handmade sausage – you name it, remarkable chef Luke Bibby is ecstatic to be cooking it up for his ardent fanbase. – Kate Thornberry Luke's Inside Out (location page) 1109 S. Lamar, 512/589-8883 www.lukesinsideou...

Aside from signature dishes like the ancho relleno with goat cheese and tomatillo relish, this authentic SoLa spot now serves the best, most affordable Interior Mexican brunch south of the river – which includes healthy breakfast items, homemade pozole and paella, and an outstanding smoky Bloody Mary made with mezcal. – Claudia Alarcón El Mesón Taquería (location page) 2038 S. Lamar, 512/442-4441 www.elmesonaustin...

This sketchy-looking trailer has long been serving some of the yummiest and most authentic tacos in South Austin, accompanied by wonderful, hot-hot salsas. – Kate Thornberry El Primo (location page) 2101 S. First, 512/227-5060 elprimomex.com

El Chile takes a contemporary approach to Tex-Mex and Interior cuisine, and the emphasis on fresh, colorful ingredients and bold flavors has made it a longtime Austin favorite. The restaurant is rightfully renowned for an outstanding roasted jalapeño salsa, seafood dishes, micheladas, and margaritas. – Kate Thornberry El Chile Cafe y Cantina (location page) 1816 South First St., 512/457-9900 www.elchilecafe.com

This most Austin-y of Austin eateries serves dishes inspired by the cuisines of the entire world, made from locally sourced, ethically obtained ingredients. Cutting-edge in conception, the food itself is original and tasty. Craft beer and wine, gluten-free and vegan-friendly. – Kate Thornberry Snack Bar (location page) 1224 S. Congress, 512/445-2626 www.snackbarausti...

Red Star Southern Truck 1700 E. Sixth, 512/962-3674 www.redstarsouthe... Thu.-Mon., 1pm-sold out

angled bob with layers, side swept bangs- opposite of growing out but oh so cute!!

Never fails - temp hits 85+ and I want to shave my head. Hair cut Saturday. Likely this.

haircut with bangs/curls

Galapagos yacht - Samba

Galapagos Sailboat - S/S Mary Anne

Galapagos Safari Camp

Another fondant cake but the edible flowers are kinda pretty.

Paper flower arch (ok, so this one also has pinwheels but you get the idea, right?)

Does it really say pollen on the supply list?

I might have to try this with my roll of pink crepe paper.

  • Lori Muffinface

    The only thing I would worry about would be when people sweat it might make the color bleed.

  • Lori Muffinface

    But I love them!

  • Wendy Hughes

    It's ok, I don't want to have to make a couple hundred of them. Just thought it would be fun to make one or two until a flower technique is perfected.