As you all know, food events are among my favorites. Especially Project Most’s Empty Bowls, as it not only features delicious victuals but it also benefits a terrific cause. I can’t wait to get my soup on this Sunday, from noon to 3, at the American Legion Hall in Amagansett. Yum, yum, yum!
This is the fifth year for the event, which raises money for Project Most’s edible schoolyard initiative, the Springs Seedlings Project. Here’s a list of some of the more than two dozen participants: Art of Eating, Bell & Anchor, Blue Duck Bakery, Corner Bar, Dreesen’s, Estia’s, Fresh Hampton, Fresno, Harbor Grill, Hampton Foody, Hayground School, Indian Wells Tavern, Nick & Toni’s, Old Stone Market, One Stop, Pepperoni’s, Pete Ambrose Events, Ross School, Seafood Shop, Silver Spoon Specialties, Simply Sublime, Springs General Store, Springs Pizza, Stuart’s Seafood and Valentine Culinary Consultants.
Learn more at www.projectmost.com.