Angelica Mazé

Angelica Mazé is a Waco transplant by way of San Francisco, New York, and Saudi Arabia. A former chocolatière and production manager, she is now a writer and freelance marketing consultant with a focus on food and cooking.


Tony Berotte’s Guide to Waco’s Best Barbeque

“If you’re feelin’ puny, And you don’t know what to do, Treat yourself to some meat, Eat some barbecue.” —Robert Earl Keen Take it from…


Treasure Hunt at GROCERY

Vintage and secondhand stores are a hallmark of every cool American metropolis. Cities with concentrated numbers of moneyed shoppers—San Francisco and New York City come…


Last Chance for Perspectivism

When artist Jack Bowers visited the Aspen Art Museum in 1980, he migrated up to the second floor in search of a Duane Hansen sculpture…


Vivia Charles’s Red Cabbage & Potato Salad

American salads rely heavily on hot weather-friendly cabbage, rather than the tender lettuces of northern climes. You’ll find cabbage in various preparations dotted throughout the Tru Jamaica menu, but don’t skip the made-to-order red cabbage and potato salad. 


Island Spices & Neighborly Vibes at Tru Jamaica

Aniceto Charles owns Tru Jamaica with his mother, Vivia Charles, whose menu reflects the dishes she grew up eating in the small town of Pratville, Jamaica.


Farewell Kanōm, Until We Meet Again

Kanōm Thai Street Food will be back in a year or so once its owner, Nitcha Garsee, returns from Thailand with new recipes for her menu. Keep your eyes peeled, because Kanōm is not to be missed.


Nitcha Garsee’s Stir Fried Black Pepper Chicken

Nitcha Garsee, owner and culinary queen behind Kanom Thai Street Food, is passionate about introducing Wacoans to the sweet and savory street snacks she grew up eating in Thailand.

Jaja Chen & Devin Li from Cha Community

In this episode, Angelica Mazé sits down with Jaja Chen and Devin Li from Cha Community to talk about how they approach inclusivity at their…

Donna Nickerson with Da’Shack

If you haven’t heard of @dashackfarmers or are contemplating starting a garden, you definitely want to tune in to this conversation on Eat.Drink.Repeat. with @anniegelica…


Helberg Barbecue Is Ready for Prime Time

There is an overwhelming choice of barbecue joints in Texas, with over twenty iterations in Waco alone. How to choose? Do you like your brisket…

Shamica Evans Waffle Chic

Join @anniegelica as she chats with Shamica Evans, the chef and one-woman driving force behind @wafflechicwaco, Waco’s home for chicken and waffles. Evans shares the…

Creative Waco Brings Public Art to the People

Take a look at Creative Waco’s interactive public art map, and you might be surprised at the depth and diversity of art, from wall murals…

Today's Events

Fish Fry Day with Lauren January

Karem Shrine 400 Karem Cir, Waco, TX

Enjoy all-you-can-eat fried fish, fun, fellowship, and live music by Lauren January. $14 for adults. $7 for kids 12 and under.

Dog Bite, Bedtime Stories & The Tuba Room

Undercroft Social Club 712 Austin Ave (rear entrance), Waco, TX

It's a triple bill you don't want to miss—Dog Bite, Bedtime Stories, and The Tuba Room—at Waco's favorite underground BYOB speakeasy.

$7 – $12

The Johnny Joes

Fuzzy's Taco Shop 215 S University Parks Dr, Waco, TX

Led by irrepressible frontman and guitarist extraordinaire Johnny Joe Ramos, The Johnny Joes return to Fuzzy's in downtown Waco.

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