Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Charlotte chefs hit the road to help flood victims

Posted By on Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 8:16 AM

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Following the devastating floods wreaking havoc on our neighbors to the south, the Piedmont Culinary Guild (PCG) is doing what they do best—feeding people. The local nonprofit collaboration of chefs, farmers and other food artisans is sending Passion8's Luca Annunziata, along with Gregory Collier of Rock Hill's The Yolk Cafe and Tapas 51's Aaron Rivera to South Carolina with hundreds of pounds of food and supplies donated by area farmers and chefs. While the bus is already loaded and ready to roll, you can still lend a helping hand by donating through the PCG's website.

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