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Anjore & Others Win Grants from Austin Food & Wine Alliance

The grants support culinary community organizations in Central Texas.

One of Anjore's dinners.
One of Anjore's dinners.
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

The Austin Food & Wine Alliance announced the winners of their 2014 culinary grants last night. The $30,000 grant was split into five portions. Springdale Center for Urban Agriculture got $7,500 to undergo growing collaborative test crops of heirloom and heritage seeds with local chefs, while Anjore, the Texas-Indian supper club/farmer’s market stand, won $2,500 so that it could expand into a pop-up restaurant. Delysia Chocolatier, the new local artisanal chocolate maker, received an honorable mention. Last year’s grant recipients included Salt & Time and Blacklands Malt.