Events

Feb
23
Mon
Food for Thought “Cooking from the Heart” @ Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company
Feb 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Food_For_Thought_LogoFood for Thought will host a concept dinner Monday, February 23, 2015 to benefit Meta House, a nonprofit that ends the generational cycle of addiction by healing women and strengthening families.   The theme will be “Cooking from the Heart.”

This event celebrates Milwaukee’s prominent culinary scene, offering guests a unique opportunity to peruse through several stations hosted by some of Milwaukee’s most decorated chefs. Each dish presented will pay special homage to a personal story that has inspired each chef to recall a pivotal moment in his/her life.

Participating Chefs:  Greg Leon, Amilinda; Justin Carlisle, Ardent; Justice Neal, Blue Jacket; Thi Cao, Buckley’s; Thomas Hauck, c. 1880;  Zach Espinosa, Harbor House; Jan Kelly, Meritage; Nell Benton, The National; Dan Jacobs, Odd Duck; Andrew Miller, Salotto Zarletti; and Cole Ersel, Wolf Peach.

About Meta House. Since 1963, Meta House has worked to end the generational cycle of addiction by healing women and strengthening families. While the cornerstone of our program is substance abuse treatment, we also offer case management, parenting, vocational and educational services to our clients and a host of comprehensive services for their children. This holistic, gender-specific and trauma-informed approach to treatment ensures that as a mother overcomes her addiction, the entire family has the tools to successfully adapt to a life in recovery.

About Food for Thought: Led by Nell Benton of the National Café and Thi Cao of Buckley’s Restaurant and Bar, is an initiative that unifies the local culinary community to share time, talent and treasure to benefit local charities.

Tickets are available for purchase on the event page: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/food-for-thought-dinner-for-meta-house-tickets-14856581435

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