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Big-name local chefs: you'll have what they're having

Chefs Feed found on #thrillist this morning... will be interesting to see what the local chefs are eating, I bet a chalupa! #miami #foodie

#Repost @souschef.1for1: We're getting ready for Thanksgiving! Today Tuesday and Wednesday are the last days to place a Thanksgiving Package Order! Link in bio. Chef Candace is working hard so that our community can add a little Sous Chef to their celebration this year! Don't forget -especially during this colder time of year- each pound of food that is purchased a pound of food is donated to Open Hands' food pantry to help feed the Carrollton community! Comfort your family with good food…

Feed me allows you to search and save 1000’s of recipes based on the ingredients you have. The application makes use of Food2Fork.com’s recipe finding API which has created a database full of fantastic recipes from some of the best known chefs and websites such as Jamie Oliver and BBC good food. #recipes #recipefinder #android

from Magazine

How ‘Ugly’ Fruits and Vegetables Can Help Solve World Hunger

from TrendHunter.com

Social Good Cuisine: La Tablée des Chefs Teaches Kids About Nutrition While Feeding the Homele

SOCIAL GOOD CUISINE La Tablée des Chefs is a social enterprise based in Quebec, Canada that educates youth on healthy eating while at the same time redistributing leftover food to local underserved communities.

from thestar.com

Chefs unite for suckling pigs and a good cause

24 chefs come together to enjoy good food at Richmond Station and plan a charity event on Oct. 21 to help feed the hungry.

from NPR.org

2011's Best Cookbooks: Revenge Of The Kitchen Nerds

Lone Star Court in Austin, Texas was included in Food Republic's list of 7 New US Hotels With A Serious Thing For Good Food And Drink! When guests at this kitschy hotel get hungry, they hit the Water Trough for Cajun-spiced pork ribs with apple-jalapeno slaw and chipotle BBQ, or tacos packed with brisket smoked in the middle of the courtyard by executive chef Paul Nelson. The Feed Store, the property’s own gleaming food truck, turns out Texan classics like chili-Frito pie.