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2022 Chefs for Farmers Celebrates another Successful Festival Benefiting the Seed Project Foundation’s McKinney Roots

Photos by Joey Stewart

Dallas’ favorite foodie event, Chefs for Farmers’ Main Event, returned on November 6 at Old City Park with the largest number of attendees in the festival’s history. This year’s event was extra special, as more than 3,000 food fanatics came together to celebrate the food and wine festival’s 11th year, with this year’s event benefiting the Seed Project Foundation’s McKinney Roots. The historic park made the perfect backdrop for the day’s activities, highlighting an acclaimed lineup of artisans, 12 local farmers, and 68 talented local and out-of-town chefs. The days leading up to Main Event held several fun-filled Chefs for Farmers events including the intimate From Dirt to Dish dinners, the North MEATS South feast, DEVOUR: The Ultimate Bite Night at The Exchange, and Farm Tour hosted by the Seed Project Foundation. The Main Event was the grand finale of an engaging Chefs for Farmers weekend, and to top it off, the festival raised nearly $40,000 for the Seed Project Foundation’s McKinney Roots. 

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