Texas restaurateurs are getting along swimmingly despite one of the wettest years on record.Most areas of the state, because of some freakish weather system, are waterlogged. In early July, for the first time since 1957, all of the state’s major river basins were at flood stage from the nearly daily rains that began May 23. The rain cup runneth over.In the central Texas Hill Country community of Marble Falls, chef Mark Schmidt, owner of the distinguished Café 909, found himself cooking and ...

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