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Zoe Nathan Hosts KCRW's "Good Food" Pie Contest Fundrasier

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Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 6:43 AM

click to enlarge Pastries at Huckleberry - NICOLE O'CONNOR
  • Nicole O'Connor
  • Pastries at Huckleberry
Is there a more enjoyable way to support KCRW than eating some pie? This Thursday, August 2, Huckleberry in Santa Monica will be teaming up with "Good Food" host Evan Kleiman to serve a family-style, three-course menu created by chef and co-owner Zoe Nathan.

The spread includes an a pre-dinner snack of spiced nuts, heirloom tomato crostatas with local goat cheese and arugula, free range fried chicken with sweet corn succotash, and of course, a special old-fashioned peach pie (made from one of Nathan's favorite recipes) with Sweet Rose Creamery vanilla ice cream for dessert.

Tickets are available on the KCRW website for $30 per person, with seatings from 6 - 9:30 p.m. available for purchase. Proceeds from the dinner will benefit the 4th annual "Good Food" Pie Contest, planned for this September at LACMA.


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