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End Childhood Hunger in America
No Kid Hungry Dinner Boston
Monday, October 20, 2014
One Bennett Street, Harvard Square
Cambridge, MA 02138
6:00 p.m. - Cocktail Reception
7:00 p.m. - Multi-course seated dinner with wine pairings
Jody Adams, Rialto and Trade
No Kid Hungry Hero Honorees
Gordon Hamersley, Chef/Owner, Hamersley's Bistro
Richard Friedman, President & CEO of Carpenter & Company, Inc.
School Breakfast Champion Host Committee
Karen and Jim Ansara
Max Bazerman and Marla Felcher
Beth Wilson Floor
Scott Schoen and Nancy Adams
Jeff Shames and Mary Beth Pemberton
After School Meals Friend
Johanna Richwagen and Iain Cockburn
Please contact Rachel Mentzer at email@example.com or 202-649-4339 with any questions. RSVP required, space is limited.
No child should grow up hungry in America, but one in five children struggles with hunger. Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign is ending childhood hunger in this nation by connecting kids in need with nutritious food and teaching families how to cook healthy, affordable meals. You can help surround kids with the nutritious food they need where they live, learn and play
Chef Jody Adams
Jody Adams is a James Beard award-winning chef with a national reputation for her imaginative use of New England ingredients in regional Italian cuisine. Rialto, her four-star restaurant in Cambridge, has been named “One of the top 20 new restaurants in the country” by Esquire magazine and “One of the world’s best hotel restaurants” by Gourmet. Beginning her culinary career as a line cook at Seasons restaurant, she went on to open Hamersley’s Bistro as sous-chef and then served as executive chef at Michela’s in Cambridge, where Food & Wine listed her as “one of America’s ten best new chefs.” Soon thereafter, Adams opened Rialto in Harvard Square, collecting many honors as a result, including being inducted into the 2010 National Restaurant Hospitality Hall of Fame.
Adams has been featured in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Bon Appetit, among many others. She was a recent contestant on the second season of Top Chef Masters, BRAVO TV's popular culinary competition, where she prevailed through cooking challenges like offsite wedding wars, preparing a meal for a Lisa Simpson, and feeding the cast and crew of the television show Modern Family, before finally meeting her nemesis in the form of a frozen goat leg. She has a strong commitment to hunger relief and is known for her loyal support of The Greater Boston Food Bank, Share Our Strength, and Partners in Health. In October 2010, Share Our Strength presented Jody with the Humanitarian of the Year award. Jody recently opened her newest venture TRADE restaurant, located on the ground floor of Atlantic Wharf in Boston’s historic Waterfront District.
Photos by Rick Friedman