OC Chefs create unique PB&J specials to help malnourished children


A group of Orange County Chefs will launch a ten-day, PB&J for Good, to benefit children who suffer from Severe Acute Malnutrition worldwide. The inaugural event will focus on the Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich, or PB&J, one of the most popular in North America. Participating Chefs will put their unique spin on the traditional PB&J as a special menu offering. Each will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of every PB&J dish to benefit StopSAM.org, a fundraising arm for Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM), a devastating condition that affects nearly 20 million children and causes more than 2 million deaths annually.
The following restaurants will be involved in the promotion:

ARC ” Chef Noah Blom
Blackmarket Bakery ” Chef Rachel Klemek
Broadway ” Chef Amar Santana
Green2Go ” Chef Adam Navidi
Haven Gastropub ” Chef Greg Daniels
LinX ” Chef Scott Brandon
Little Sparrow ” Chef Eric Samaniego
LUCCA ” Chef Cathy Pavlos
Memphis ” ChefDiego Velasco
Provisions Market” Chef Greg Daniels
Slapfish ” Chef Andrew Gruel
taco asylum ” Chef Greg Daniels
The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar ” Chef Yvon Goetz

Watch the ABC News clip here.

Posted by Elise Felicetta


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