Two Hot Potatoes love Chefs for Farmers and Cafe Momentum, so when Chefs for Farmers announced the June 1st “Get Some #&@% Credit Sous Chef Competition” benefiting Cafe Momentum, we knew we had to attend. It was the first time we’d seen the Trinity Groves setup in action, and we’re really looking forward to the future of this area. What an incredible addition to the city of Dallas.
Chefs for Farmers always throws top-notch events – as seen here at their event in Fort Worth and here at their event at Highland Park Cafeteria. We should probably have a post from last year’s event, but I think we might have had too much fun at Lee Park, and the pictures are better unseen.
Luckily, we kept it together (mostly, anyway) at the sous chef extravaganza on Sunday. We both tried every dish and dessert and drink in the space, and we left with joyful, full stomachs. In the end, our votes for the top dish were split.
Sarah voted for The Grape’s Danyele McPherson’s jalapeno and cheddar sausage made with pork from Legend Meats and Crystal Creek, and Angela voted for Trinity Groves Stedman Belyan’s duck confit with vegetables from Tassione Farms.
And in closing, we’ll leave you with a picture of the beautiful Sarah Jessica Porker. The resident pig of Chefs for Farmers.
The next Chefs for Farmers event will take place on November 3, 2013. Keep up to date with information by visiting their facebook page. And Cafe Momentum hosts monthly pop-up dinners around town. Find more information about this amazing organization, and sign up for their newsletter here.