Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Second Harvest Generous Patrons' Party Looks Like a Real To-Do

Posted By on Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 5:58 AM

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Last week, Lesley gave y'all the heads up on this year's Generous Helpings event on May 15 organized by the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee to benefit Middle Tennessee’s Table, their local grocery rescue program. If you'd like to help out this worthy cause and experience an even more remarkable culinary experience, consider buying tickets at the highest level for admission to the May 6 Patrons' Party.

The event will be held at Second Harvest headquarters in their Culinary Arts Center. The organization has partnered with Josh Habiger of Pinewood Social to present a multi-course dinner with wine pairings, where each course will be prepared by some of Nashville's most acclaimed chefs. Featured chefs include Brandon Frohne of Mason’s, Deb Paquette of Etch, Guerry McComas of Yellow Porch, Anthony Mandriota of The Art Institute, Rebekah Turshen with City House, Hal Holden-Bache of Lockeland Table, Roderick Bailey of Silly Goose, Matt Bolus of The 404 Kitchen as well as Robert Siegal and Second Harvest's own Culinary Arts Center chefs, Mark Rubin and Jason Matheson.

Tickets to the event are $250 and also include admission to the May 15 tasting at the Nashville Farmer's Market as well a commemorative T-shirt and another gift. It's limited to just 80 patrons, so buy your tickets soon at the event website.

Note: Lisa Donovan will now not be able to participate, but Rebekah Turshen with City House has graciously volunteered to take her place. Pretty strong substitution!

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