Where We Were: Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit

The Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit is a great excuse for a road trip.

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Chef Tim Love representing Fort Worth. 'Nuff said.
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Every year the tiny town of Buffalo Gap is flooded with hungry foodies who come from all over to enjoy the Buffalo Gap Wine & Food Summit. Highlights from this year include: dinner by Stephan Pyles, a blind tasting hosted by Master Sommelier Guy Stout of Glazer's Family of Companies and a chance to sample some of the regions' best cuisine from celebrity chefs.
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This picture is blurry, but it acurately captures most guests moods ... and vision after a full day tasting wine produced by multi-generational family vineyards.
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Chef Tim Love representing Fort Worth. 'Nuff said.
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Bananas Foster with vanilla ice cream à la mode
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The lovely Tony and Jo Ann Truchard from Truchard Vineyards in Napa, California.
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Sweet breads with slice of orange and cliantro on lettuce from Olivia restaurant in Austin.
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...handing out scrumptious plates of grilled quail and plenty o' good times.
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A bit of Japanese flavor on Perini Ranch -- hamachi with cream, cilantro and sweet sauce.
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"Barbaradilla"
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The "Bid-Adieu Brunch" on the patio of the Perini Ranch Steakhouse had heaping servings of southern fare. Leftover bottles of wine from the weekend were given away at the bar. Ain't that sweet?
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A blanket of bluebonnets grow about five miles up from Perini Ranch at the Buffalo Gap Cemetery.
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NBCDFW.com came, ate and conquered. That's it folks.
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