The Herald Bulletin

April 22, 2013

Food event to benefit Gleaners


The Herald Bulletin

INDIANAPOLIS — Two chefs and two farmers will work in teams to create a great new dish during Zest ‘n Zing: A Foodie Event for the At-Home Chef at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick History Center in downtown Indianapolis on May 7. Ticket sales benefit Gleaners Food Bank.

The event begins with a reception where attendees will have a chance to visit with Indiana food companies, including N.K. Hurst and Clabber Girl, and Indiana farmers while enjoying food and Indiana wines and beers.

The main event — a cooking competition — will feature two teams consisting of a chef and a farmer using the same ingredients to create two different dishes that people can recreate easily at home with common ingredients. Teams are chef Jason Anderson and cattle farmer Ginny Tauer versus chef Greg Schiesser from Indiana Downs and hog farmer Nick Sommers. Indiana’s Weatherman

Ticket sales run through www.infarmbureau.org. Ticket cost is $20.

Doors open at 5 p.m.; the main event begins at 7 p.m. Parking is free but limited at the history center.

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