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Celebrate Taste


The Omaha Restaurant Association is hosting "Celebrate Taste", a charity event featuring many of Omaha's Finest Chefs who will be offering a sampling of their Restaurant's menu items at Anthony's Steakhouse and Grand Ballroom, 7229 F St., on Sun., Nov 3, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. This event is in honor of friend, fellow chef and owner of Catering Creations, Jeff Snow, who was hit by a car while bicycling with his children in August. Snow sustained terrible injuries that lead to 8 days in intensive care followed by 5 weeks of hospital care. Thankfully, Snow will be back to work after the first of the year. But of course, there are many expenses that were incurred during this process. The Chef's of Omaha have truly shown their camaraderie by coming together to show their support to Chef Snow and his family. This event is by paid reservations only. Tickets are $75 per person. To reserve your spot or to make a Monetary Gift, Please make checks payable to: Jeff Snow's Charitable Donation Account and mail to the Omaha Restaurant Association, C/O Jeff Snow's Charitable Donation Account, 4270 N. 139th St. 68164.


Read It and Eat Culinary Conference

This Sat., Nov. 2 from 11:00 to 2:30 p.m. is the third annual Read It and Eat Culinary Conference at the W Dale Clark Omaha Public Library, 215 S. 15th St. This year’s event is focused on condiments, sauces and spices. Below is the menu of events:
11am: Greeting with Lois Friedman
11:15: Honey and Cheese Tasting and Pairing with Marina Marchese of Red Bee ® Honey
Noon: Break for lunch
12:30: Colin & Jessica Duggan of Kitchen Table
1pm: Patty Trebbien of Chef^2 oils and vinegars
1:30: Isa Chandra Moskowitz of Post Punk Kitchen
2:15: Infusions with bartenders Binoy Fernandez & Clark Ross
2:45: Rachel Mulder of Jane’s Health Market
For more information on this event, visit http://www.omahalibrary.org or call 402.444.4800.

posted at 02:01 pm
on Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

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