Restaurateurs and small farms across Texas are getting some matchmaking love from the state’s Department of Agriculture.As part of the department’s “Go Texan” program, officials are bringing operators together with boutique farmers, ranchers and vintners in the state’s growing wine industry.“We’re proud to see how chefs across the state are showcasing Texas wines and using fresh ingredients grown and raised right here in the Lone Star State,” said Texas agriculture commissioner Todd Staples. ...

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