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A Benefit Dinner for The Farmer’s Kitchen

FarmersKitchenLogo-w.jpgSEE-LA (Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles) has announced a dinner at The Hungry Cat to benefit The Farmer’s Kitchen, a soon-to-be permanent addition to the Hollywood Farmers’ Market.

When: Tuesday, December 9, 2008 from 5:30pm until closing
Where: The Hungry Cat, 1535 North Vine Street, Hollywood
Cost: $75.00 per person

Located in the heart of Hollywood at the corner of Selma and Morningside Court in the Sunset + Vine Development, The Farmer’s Kitchen will be a 1,500 square foot community teaching and retail kitchen. Beginning in winter 2008, it will provide job training in food preparation and deliver farm fresh food to the community through innovative programs and a retail cafe. Programs and activities to be offered include:

+ Job training in food preparation
+ Cafe serving seasonal dishes prepared with farm fresh produce from local California farmers
+ Cooking classes by top LA chefs
+ Good Cooking classes for low-to-moderate residents teaching nutritious food preparation on a budget
+ Food processing and workshops for farmers and local entrepreneurs

To help SEE-LA raise funds for the opening of The Farmer’s Kitchen, The Hungry Cat will host a three-course dinner and will also offer a special drink menu featuring house-made cocktails using fruit and vegetables from the Hollywood Farmers’ Market, a selection of organic and biodynamic wine and beer, and an a la carte raw bar.

Reservations are strongly recommended. To secure your place, please contact The Hungry Cat at 323.462.2155.

If you are interested in donating to The Farmer’s Kitchen, visit the online donation page for more information.

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