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The Wine & Food Foundation of Texas
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Don't miss @drafthouse screening of Silence of the Lambs including a themed feast and their new Sinature Wines! http://ow.ly/m0cxS
Join the couple in Greece with this Mediterranean-centered four-course feast designed by Alamo Chef Trish Eichelberger and completed with Greek wine pairings chosen by Beverage Director Bill Norris.
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UT Nutrition Institute is hosting a great conference next week with an amazing opportunity to take a class with @ChefDavidBull: http://ow.ly/liwF3
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A (very) unique opportunity with @ChefDavidBull and The University of Texas: http://ow.ly/lnmaA
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+David Berger We have done some updating to our page. Let me know what you think and what's still missing!
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Working with Google to create our Google+ Page!
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We are a membership nonprofit using our passion for wine and food to better the health and well-being of our community hosting public wine and food events, educational opportunities and the finest wine auction in the Southwest funding culinary scholarships, educational grants and other deserving causes.

We fund this mission through best-in-class wine and food events and the finest wine auction in the Southwest.

We have given away over $1.25million over the past 25 years in culinary scholarships, educational grants and viticultural research.

We are proud to announce that we will be working with Share our Strength and the Texas Hunger initiative in 2012 granting $25,000 to the Texas no Kid Hungry campaign aimed at eradicating childhood hunger by 2015.