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    NC Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier presents: “Dames in the Kitchen”

    Apr 6, 2017 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
    The Root Cellar
    750 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
    Chapel Hill, NC 27514
    $65 ($30 tax deductible)
    Jennifer Noble Kelly

    A collaborative effort by Les Dames d’Escoffier members, this fundraiser will offer a culinary tour through North Carolina, as prepared by eight Dame cookbook authors and chefs. Guests will also enjoy raffle prizes and live bluegrass by Dame Susi Gott & the Kitchen Dudes.

    “Dames in the Kitchen” will benefit the Interfaith Food Shuttle – a statewide organization which addresses food insecurity. The hosting site, The Root Cellar, is owned by Charter Member Sera Cuni.

    Cookbook authors participating include:
    Sandra Gutierrez, Stephanie Tyson, Susi Gott & Nancie McDermott
    Restaurateurs and chefs participating include:
    Sera Cuni of The Root Cellar in Chapel Hill, Jill Santa Lucia from Catering Works in Raleigh, Rhonda Jones from Chez Moi Bakery in Durham, Stephanie Tyson of Sweet Potatoes in Winston-Salem, and Spring Council of Mama Dips in Chapel Hill

    Raffle tickets may be purchased for an additional $10 ($75 total, ticket including dinner & raffle), and these include:
    • Trip to Las Vegas
    • Overnight stay at The Fearrington Inn
    • Dames cookbook library
    • Overnight stay at The Sanderling Resort
    • Dessert Party for 10 provided by Tonya’s Cookies
    • Chez Moi gift certificate

    Dame Susi Gott, who has assembled the evenings’ live music, explained that “food and music in Appalachia have always been intertwined.” Gott is also the author of Appalachian Appetite – a groundbreaking new cookbook featuring over 100 recipes that represent an innovative take on tradition, with contributions and stories from many of the mountain region’s best chefs, restaurants and citizens. Susi Gott & the Kitchen Dudes is a musical ensemble comprised of the author, two Ashevillians, and two Chapel Hillians, united especially for this introduction to the North Carolina Chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier.