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Stewpot Fundraiser with Chef José Andrés Rescheduled for March 4

The 13th annual Stewpot Alliance Soup’s On! Luncheon and Art Sale goes virtual Thursday, March 4th at 12:00pm featuring award-winning chef, restaurateur and humanitarian José Andrés.  Robert Wilonsky, Communications Director for Heritage Auctions and op-ed columnist for the Dallas Morning News joins Chef Andrés for a conversation about how his efforts ensure people worldwide are fed in the wake of catastrophe. Soup’s On! 2021 presented by The Stewpot Alliance is co-chaired by longtime Stewpot supporters Becky and Larry Sykes. 
Proceeds from the luncheon benefit The Stewpot which now, in its 46th year serves our neighbors who are experiencing and at risk of homelessness by providing meals (over 8,000,000 to date), counseling and case management, medical and dental services via onsite partners, youth and family stabilization programs, as well as therapeutic and vocational activities.

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Eat José Andrés Food Without Leaving Dallas

IMG_2250by Andrew Chalk

José Andrés is a very famous chef. As well as being fêted by the James Beard Foundation as Outstanding Chef in 2011, and having restaurants in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Las Vegas and Miami he is also a TV presenter with Made In Spain on PBS and Dean of the Spanish Studies Program at the International Culinary Center and he teaches Science and Cooking at Harvard. That, plus books and philanthropic and advocacy work add up to a full life. His latest award was last month when he became the first chef in history to receive the Hispanic Heritage Award from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation

Now his food has become a lot more accessible to Dallasites, so to speak, with his creation of his own line of food products. They are are available online at his website and will be coming to retailers as contracts are signed.    Continue reading

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