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AIF Young Professionals DC: Eat 4 Charity

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On June 7, 2014 local amateur food vendors, chefs, and food aficionados will be competing for the affection of your taste buds!  Actually, they’ll be judged by a panel of DC celebrity judges, but you’ll get to taste the fruits of their labor! Not to mention a pretty cool beer deck and tree-top patio await you. Tickets are going fast and space is limited, so get your tickets now for this amazing summer kick-off event. Tickets available here.

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When: Saturday, June 7th, 4-6PM
Where: Mad Momos, 3605 14th St NW

Celebrity Judges

 

Dan O’Brien
Dan is a quirky and hugely creative chef who opened Seasonal Pantry, a market and supper club in Washington, DC, three years ago. Here, he gets to do what he wants, and even created a Wu-Tang Clan-inspired menu for one supper club dinner. Seasonal Pantry has been awarded the coveted Washington Post Editor’s Pick, and was also named one of “10 Best New Restaurants” in the Washingtonian. After a three month internship at Le Laurier Hotel in France, Daniel went on to serve as Executive Chef at Mill Creek Golf Club in New York, Sous Chef at Equinox and Executive Sous Chef at Bibiana Osteria, both in DC. Born and raised in rural New York where he worked in the family garden, most of Daniel’s cooking is country rustic. The five ingredients he keeps on hand at all times is capers, fleur de sel, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and duck fat. ​

Check out Seasonal Pantry!​

Rupen Rao
Rupen is an established Indian chef in Washington, DC. With more than a decade of teaching experience, Rupen teaches at various locations in Washington, DC including Whole Foods, Living Social’s 918 F Street and Culinaerie (a premiere recreational cooking school in Washington, DC). Rupen also does corporate/ private in-home cooking lessons and demonstrations.

For more information, you may visit his website at www.Rupens.com

Danielle Vogel
Danielle the creator of Glen’s Garden Market, comes from a long line of grocers, stretching back four generations. At Glen’s Garden Market, neighbors select from the Chesapeake Bay Watershed’s finest produce, meats, poultry, dairy products and specialty foods in a space designed to celebrate seasonality and offer unprecedented access to environmentally sustainable, locally grown foods. The store showcases foods grown or created by farmers and artisans in DC, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.

​Check out Glen’s Garden Market!​

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