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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.
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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.

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