Must register for Tickets to Attend: All ages welcome.
This is a casual gathering, featuring 5 chefs preparing a gracious buffet, and 4 craft beverage makers.
Sunday Supper Series are free events, with donations welcome. For those that are able, please consider a contribution to honor the hands and talent that bring us this meal. Suggested Donation: $10, $25 or $50 per person. Donations of any amount are welcome. Sunday Suppers are family-friendly (all other Chow Chow events are 21+), with tickets required for all attendees, including children. Tickets will be released on a rolling basis to offer multiple opportunities to reserve a ticket.
Attempts to address food insecurity are significant and complex issues in our community, especially when it comes to balancing both the immediate need for food but also with the need for true food justice. Join us for a shared meal and conversation highlighting several different approaches to achieving food security and food justice in our community. Help us celebrate the innovation and collaboration happening in our community to address these important issues. Chefs will draw inspiration from pantry staples of their own culinary heritage to create one deliciously memorable community driven meal.
Speakers: Delia Jovel Dubon - Abundancia Food Bank, Reverend Brian Combs - Haywood Street Congregation & Downtown Welcome Table, Ali Casparian - Bounty & Soul
Featured Chefs/Restaurants: Gerald Hawkins, Jr. - Seabird Restaurant, Daniel Wheeler - Caldwell Community College, Chris Cox - Mother Ocean Seafood, Jill Wasilewski - Ivory Road Cafe & Kitchen, Mallory Foster - Chestnut & Corner Kitchen
Event Sponsor: Wanda and James M. Moran, Jr. Foundation