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SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY MENU

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SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY MENU SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2016 11:00am to 5:30pm   Join us for a beautiful afternoon at The Orchard. We've created a delicious customizable menu that you and your loved ones can enjoy. No reservations required.    TAPAS POMEGRANATE SALAD - $10STREET TACOS - $8TRADITIONAL BRUSCHETTA - $5HUMMUS DIP - $5OLIVE TRIO - $5CHEESE SAMPLER - $6 DESSERTS  CHOCOLATE GANACHE BROWNIE W/CHOCOLATE CHIP GELATO - $8OLIVE OIL CAKE W/CHERRY GOAT CHEESE GELATO - $8 DRINK SPECIALS MIMOSA BAR - $10SANGRIA BAR - $15(3 DRINK TICKETS EACH)

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Field & Feast Podcast: Gambini Family Olive Oil

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The delightful Cecilia Nasti of Field and Feast interviews the Gambini's about growing olives in Texas.

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Dine With Shayda: Interview

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Texas Hill Country Olive Company was recently interviewed by Austin food blogger Shayda Torabi. Full interview has been reposted below; original article can be found here. Texas Hill Country Olive Company is a little piece of Italy in the Texas Hill Country. Located right outside of Dripping Springs on a beautiful piece of land, the Gambini family is growing and manufacturing organic olive oil that has been ranked as some of the best in the country.They’ve created this amazing oasis in Dripping Springs and invite you to come tour their olive oil making process, olive orchard, and enjoy some Texas Hill Country...

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Olive Oil Times: Texas Olive Growers Stake Their Claim

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The Longhorn state has a long way to go to overcome California as America’s top dog in the olive and olive oil trade, but Texan farmers are planning to get there one step at a time.

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