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The Ranch in Las Colinas celebrates its F2T farmers with free food Thursday


Time to Ranch Up.

The good folks at Farm-to-Fork favorite The Ranch in Las Colinas are celebrating their purveyors this Thursday, converting their giant indoor-outdoor porch into a farmers’ market. Dozens of local farmers and suppliers will be there, offering samples of their Texas-grown produce, meats and staples. Kid-friendly, too.

“We want them to experience the end result of their products that they provide to The Ranch,” says Judd Fruia, the GM at the Ranch. “What better timing than Thanksgiving time to honor their small businesses and honest work?”

The Ranch is a prime example of Modern Regional Cuisine done right. If you haven’t been to the Ranch before, stop by to see what you’re missing.

The annual event is free and open to the public. 6-7:30 pm.

 

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