Pasadena Fundraiser Features Local Chefs
Atomic Red and yellow carrots from Weiser Family Farms
Weiser Family Farms is in need, and Pasadena chefs are turning out to help. You can too.
Emily Rico, the 2-year-old daughter of one of the farm's workers, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma just a few months ago. It's a nerve cancer in her stomach painful enough to keep her from playing with other kids.
In order to raise money for a much needed procedure, Maxwell House, typically a wedding venue, will host a multi-course fundraising dinner on Wednesday, February 2nd featuring dishes by some of the area's chefs. Participating restaurants include Noir Food and Wine, Cloud & Company Catering, Quadruppel Restaurant, Japon Bistro and a surprise lineup of desserts.
Tickets are $75 and include wine pairings. All proceeds benefit Emily Rico's family. Weiser Farms is donating the produce. RSVP to Noir chef Claud Beltran, who is hosting the event, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maxwell House: 55 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena.
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