Nancy Leson: Seattle chefs dish it out for Shoreline Culinary Arts kids

Friday, September 3, 2010

From our NewsPartner, The Seattle Times, food writer Nancy Leson posted a blog article about the fund-raiser for the Shorewood Culinary Arts class. 

Six Seattle chefs are putting the "fun" in fundraiser, lending a hand to high schoolers at the Shorewood Culinary Arts program by preparing a special Harvest Dinner Friday, September 10. Taking part are some of the best in the business:

The event begins at 6 p.m. with cocktails at a private home in Shoreline's Innis Arden neighborhood, where the high-profile chefs will prepare an intimate dinner for 50. Proceeds from the a multi-course meal fund the high school's long-running culinary arts program and a major expansion of its Master Gardener's Youth Education Garden located on the Shorewood campus. At $200 per person, the price may sound steep, but considering the talent on hand and the cause that inspired them to be there, it's a ticket worth securing -- via the King County Master Gardener Foundation Web site, here.

Related article: A taste of the real world at high school's culinary arts program


KJG,  September 3, 2010 at 1:37 PM  

As a partent of a former student of Diana Dillard, the Shorewood Culinary Arts Program teacher, this meal will be worth every penny. We went to a number of quest chef dinners while our son was in her program - all amazing - and our son is now in a successful career as a chef - well prepared by Dillards excellent program!

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