Numerous Texas artisans honored at Good Food Awards in San Francisco
Tue January 22, 2013 11:41 am

A myriad of Texas artisans and culinary businesses were recognized at the Good Food Awards Ceremony in San Francisco this weekend. The ceremony was hosted by well-known food activist Alice Waters.

In the beer category, both Independence Brewing Co.‘s Convict Hill Stout and Jester King Craft Brewery‘s Boxer’s Revenge were honored. In the coffee category, Cuvee Coffee‘s El Molino Witness Project was recognized. In the pickle category, Aunt Nita’s Homestyle Foods‘ Sweet Jalapeño Relish and Pogue Mahone Pickles’ Jalapeño Mint were honored. In the preserves category, Flume Creek Preserves‘ Raspberry Preserves was awarded. Texas did not take home awards in the spirits, confections, chocolate, or cheese categories. For the full list of winners, see this link.

 

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