Parker County Today December 2016 - Page 13

our taste: VINTAGE Dessert Chef of the Year — The Proof Is In the Bread Pudding Vintage Restaurant & Car Museum’s Team Wows Parker County’s Most Benevolent Tastebuds BY MELISSA MOORMAN PHOTOS BY CRYSTAL BROWN T hey decided weeks ago, almost immediately after Executive Chef Aaron Austin and Vintage Restaurant Manager Jacob Meier attended the kickoff meeting for Sweet Charity & Bachelorettes with the bachelorettes, chefs and charities. They knew they had to bring a great dessert to the Nov. 3 event and wanted to make something memorable. Texas Toast Bread Pudding with a TX Whiskey Sauce topped with fresh cinnamon whipped cream was the winning dish for Dessert Chef of the Year from Vintage Grill and Car Museum. “We tried a couple Drew Springer intoducing Dessert Chef of the Year Aaron Austin of Vintage Grill DECEMBER 2016 PA R K E R C O U N T Y T O D AY 11