Growing Hope: Chefs in the Garden

. October 1, 2016.
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The nonprofit, Growing Hope, has spent the summer hosting another season of Chefs in the Garden, the dinner series that showcases local ingredients and a farm-to-table philosophy. The October get-together is everyone’s last chance of the season to dig in! Chef Brandon Johns of Grange Kitchen & Bar will be cooking, with desserts provided by Sweet Heather Anne. As a special treat, 12-year-old Nicholas Burzzano, winner of Food Network’s Chopped Junior, will be joining them in the kitchen.

Sunday | October 16 | 4-7pm | $55/each or $100/a pair
Growing Hope | 922 W. Michigan Ave. | Ypsilanti
734-786-8401 | growinghope.net

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