South by Southwest  might be best known for its epic music, film, and tech scene, but that's not all that goes on at this nine-day meeting of the minds. Festivalgoers also look forward to indulging in classic Texan fare and tipples (think barbecue, queso, and Lone Star brews) as well as technology-influenced treats like 3D printed sweets. Scroll down to fill up on South by Southwest's bold food scene.
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Festivalgoers lined up for this adorable Texas-shaped waffle. Looks like Texas toast has some competition.
Folks Lined Up For Custom Oreos
Dominique Ansel's milk-and-cookies shots  weren't the only treat festivalgoers queued up for en masse. Some waited in winding lines to watch (and enjoy) vending machines printed 3D Oreos themed around trending tweets.
But Was It Worth It?
The jury's still out as to whether the long wait was worth it; one Instagram user summed up the exasperation simply: "waited an hour for this damn custom Oreo."
BBQ Was a Nonnegotiable
When in Texas, right?
Even Adorable Pups Got in on the Fun
Fierce guard dogs kept the liquor supply safe.
BBQ and Bánh Mì Sliders
Texas calls out the next fusion cuisine, y'all. Get ready for Tex-manese cuisine! Or is it Vietna-Tex?
3D Printed Candies Delighted
Oreo wasn't alone in 3D printed sweets.
Lone Star Dominated
Local brew Lone Star wasn't just for drinking — it even made it into the decor.
Festival attendees started the day right with these greasy, cheesy kimchi fries, certainly a "breakfast of champions."
Weinermobile Sightings Aplenty
Social media feeds were filled with sightings of the chuckle-inducing Weinermobile. (Really, who wouldn't delight in catching a glimpse of this iconic vehicle?)
The Unofficial SXSW Motto
Drinking culture loomed large.
An Impressive Tex-Mex Spread
Attendees fueled up on tacos, queso, and guac.
Dominique Ansel caused the greatest edible stir this weekend when he previewed his chocolate chip cookie milk shots .