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Save the Date, Foodportunity, October 28

Save the Date (and get your tickets) for Foodportunity,
Seattle’s premier food networking event
October 28, 2013


Sponsored by Washington’s Beef Community

What: Foodportunity, Seattle food community’s repeatedly sold out premier networking event, with tastes from Tom Douglas Restaurants, The Inn at Langley, McCracken Tough Restaurants, Le Zinc, Ray’s Boathouse and Catering, Dinette, La Bodega and many more restaurants and companies.

Who: Local Chefs and Cookbook authors will be available to answer your questions, share recipes, and inspire. Featured guests include Mark Fuller (Ma’ono Fried Chicken & Whisky, 2009 Best New Chef by Food & Wine Magazine), Heather Christo (HeatherChristo.com, Heather Christo’s Generous Table: Easy and Elegant Recipes Through the Seasons cooking and entertaining book), Mark Bitterman (atthemeadow.com, Salt Block Cooking and Salted: A Manifesto on the World’s Most Essential Mineral cookbooks), Becky Selengut (www.chefreinvented.com, Good Fish: Sustainable Seafood Recipes from the Pacific Coast cookbook)

Cost: $25 early admission, $30 at a later date. Tickets are available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/407695

Where: Tom Douglas’ Palace Ballroom 2100 5th Ave Seattle, WA 98121

When: Monday, October 28, 2013, 6-9 pm

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4 responses to “Save the Date, Foodportunity, October 28”

  1. Hi Keren!

    Hey, just wanted to mention that you might consider inviting Lynne Curry (former Seattle resident who now lives in Joseph, OR) to this event. She published a book called Pure Beef last year; it’s all about grass-fed beef. She did a demo at Book Larder not too long ago. Anyway, the book is really first rate, and she’s a friendly, super-knowledgeable person! (We met while both cooking at the Herbfarm, long ago–).

    Her site is: http://www.lynnecurry.com

    This sounds like a great event, Keren. Seeya there!


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  2. Wow, this sounds like a great food networking event! AND you’ll get in with a few recipe secrets of chefs? This is awesome for inspired chefs and people that just like to mingle amongst yummy food (like me lol). That’s why I enjoy Seattle. We have great sources, good affordable food. You just need to find them! 🙂


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