Last week, Food Bank for Westchester held their 27th annual An Evening of Good Taste (#EIGT2017), featuring 25 of Westchester County’s top restaurants and chefs. The organization’s fall fundraiser, which attracts hundreds of people from throughout the region, spreads the message to end hunger in Westchester County. All proceeds from the event go directly to support the Food Bank for Westchester and its children’s programs. Nearly, one-third of the 200,000 people in the county who are hungry are children.
Here’s a delicious photo recap of some of the exciting offerings presented by the area’s top chefs:
Polpettina’s epic porchetta. Michael Abruzese served up a porchetta sandwich with watercress and roasted garlic aioli housed in onion brioche.
Technique Catering’s “Chicago Dog” was mini but packed a punch with lots of toppings, including sport pepper, tomato, white onion, relish, dill pickle, celery salt and mustard.
Abigail Kirsch serves up style every time, and this year was no different. Their savory option included ginger lime tuna tacos. The ginger lime tuna taco included a chipotle avocado mash and pineabble poblano slaw.
Abigail Kirsch’s churros with warm Mexican-style chocolate and festive toppings.
Bona Bona Ice Cream’s Food Truck was on hand, and although it was a chilly evening, I couldn’t resist the Nutella S’more sundae featuring Nick DiBona’s signature restaurant-quality ice cream-gelato crossover dessert. I mean, they torched the marshmallow topping and everything. (Note: I may have sworn slightly in this video… What can I say? I was excited!)
Hello, beautiful! MP Taverna’s milk-fed veal tartare with preserve quince, Greek yogurt, fennel, pomegranate and grilled lavash was an IntoxiKate favorite!
Always inventive and farm-fresh, Chef Jay Lippin, of Crabtree’s Kittle House Restaurant & Inn, offered Food Bank supporters a savory “flan” with Hudson Valley corn, heirloom tomatoes, and NY state feta cheese. All. Day. Long.
Lulu Cake Boutique’s designs are never short of amazing, but I was blown away with the detail and color on this Day of the Dead-themed cake.
Food Bank for Westchester’s 2017 An Evening in Good Taste Participants:
- Abigail Kirsch Catering Relationships
- The Atrium at Doral Arrowwood
- Bona Bona Ice Cream
- Bread and Brine
- Caperberry Events at the C.V. Rich Mansion and The Great American BBQ Co.
- Cedar Street Grill
- Coffee Lab Roasters
- The Cookery Doughnation Truck
- Crabtree’s Kittle House Restaurant & Inn
- The Dessertist
- Equus Restaurant at Castle Hotel & Spa
- Harvest on Hudson
- Ladle of Love
- Longford’s Own-Made Ice Cream
- LuLu Cake Boutique
- Mediterraneo of White Plains
- MP Taverna Irvington
- Mt. Kisco Seafood
- NoMa Social
- RiverMarket Bar & Kitchen
- Saltaire Oyster Bar & Fish House
- Technique Catering
- Tredici NORTH
- Xaviars Restaurant Group and Slovenia Vodka
About Food Bank for Westchester
For over 28 years, the Food Bank for Westchester (FB4W) has led the fight against hunger in Westchester County, serving 300 frontline programs that provide food directly to the 200,000 county residents who are hungry or food insecure. FB4W supplies 95% of all the food distributed annually across the region’s food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and daycare and residential programs – delivering over 7.1 million meals to people in need just last year. FB4W’s collaboration with major retailers and corporations, and its expertise in food procurement, storage, and distribution, turns every $1 donated into $4 worth of fresh food provided for our hungry neighbors in Westchester County.