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afwballoon150.jpgThe Austin Food & Wine Festival's Charlie Jones of producer C3 events and Fort Worth chef Tim Love talk to Texas Monthly about their plans to improve next year's second annual festival. Folks pissed over the $250/$850 pricing structure won't see any changes, but they are giving people who buy the lower-priced tickets the option to pay yet more ($150 or $200) for nighttime event admission, so. Look for two different lines for demos and larger tents to hold them, along with more seating and a modified layout to improve "flow." [TxMo]