Philadelphia Women in Food James Beard Fundraiser

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia Women in Food - High Street Hospitality Group’s Ellen Yin and Lost Bread Co.’s Ana Caballero are proud to announce a “Philadelphia Women in Food” event, collaborative fundraising, and tasting event spotlighting all female chefs, purveyors, bartenders, and culinary leaders. The celebration will be on March 23, 2020, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Triple Bottom Brewing Company, a woman-owned and operated brewery.


 James Beard Fundraiser Spotlighting Philly's Most Talented Female Chefs

  • Kiki Aranita, Poi Dog
  • Ange Branca, Saté Kampar
  • Jezabel Careaga, Jezabel’s Argentinian Cafe
  • Tenaya Darlington, Madame Fromage
  • Tova du Plessis, Essen Bakery
  • Bridget Foy, Cry Baby Pasta
  • Chloe Grigri, Good King Tavern
  • Emily Hyland, Emmy Squared
  • Kate Jacoby, Vedge
  • Ann Karlin, Third Wheel Cheese Company
  • Samantha Kincaid, Cadence
  • Katie Legazpi, Cake Life Bake Shop
  • Justine MacNeil, Fiore Fine Foods
  • Cristina Martinez, South Philly Barbacoa
  • Judy Ni, Baology
  • Aimee Olexy of Talula’s Garden, Talula’s Daily and The Love
  • Katherine Rapin, Local Grain Coalition
  • Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran, Safran Turney Hospitality
  • Alexis Siemons, Teaspoons and Petals
  • Abbe Stern, Fooding Forward
  • Chutatip “Nok” Suntaranon, Kalaya Thai Kitchen
  • Maylia and Diana Widjojo, Hardena

In-kind charitable donations are going to be delivered by female-led and Philadelphia-based businesses, and this includes Primal Supply Meats, Food Hedge, Sweet Amalia Oyster Farm, Karamoor Estate, Maple Springs Vineyard, Skurnik and Triple Bottom Brewing.

Highlights of the night include:

  • Snack bar and pastry table presented by some of the city’s most influential female chefs, pastry chefs, and bakers.
  • An epic cheese table exclusively sourced from women cheesemakers of our region.
  • Beer, wine, cocktails, specialty teas, and coffees by women-owned businesses.
  • Resource booth with information about female-lead sustainability initiatives.

Tickets for this affair will be $100, with proceeds going directly to the James Beard Foundation’s women’s training programs.


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Joy Franklin
Food and Event Writer
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