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Adam Hegsted hosts Feed the Children Celebrity Chef Series dinner

Adam Hegsted poses in front of the bar at Republic Kitchen and Taphouse in Post Falls in this 2017 file photo. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
Adam Hegsted poses in front of the bar at Republic Kitchen and Taphouse in Post Falls in this 2017 file photo. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)

Local chefs are teaming up with Adam Hegsted and Feed the Children to help combat childhood hunger. They’re hosting a dinner at the Montvale Event Center to help raise money for their cause.

The dinner is part of Feed the Children’s Celebrity Chef Series. Hegsted, of the Eat Good Group of restaurants, including Wandering Table and Honey Eatery and Social Club, is the celebrity host chef.

Guest chefs also involved in the multi-course meal are: Aaron Fish, of the Eat Good Group; Paul Mason of Vine and Olive; Chad White of Zona Blanca; Pete Tobin of Inland Northwest Culinary Academy; Emily Crawford of Doughlicious Bakery; and Travis Dickinson of Cochinito Taqueria.

Craig Denney of Honey Eatery and Social Club will serve as the guest mixologist. Billy Harris will serve as the celebrity emcee and auctioneer.

Funds raised during the dinner will be used for a community-feeding event in Spokane. Organizers hope to deliver a truck filled with $100,000 worth of food and supplies to help struggling families in the area.

The reception starts at 6 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Montvale Event Center, 1017 W. First Ave. Dinner is at 7 p.m. Tickets are $125 each and are available online at https://fundraise.feedthechildren.org/event/spokane-feed-the-children-benefit-dinner-2018/e204765.

“Feed the Children is honored to have the support of Chef Adam. He assembled the best chefs and talent in the Spokane area for this exciting fundraiser, which will help provide food and hope to hungry children in the community,” Joe Allegro, senior director of corporate partnerships for Feed the Children, said in a news release about the dinner.

“The people of the Inland Northwest have been very supportive of me, and I am excited to be able to give back to our community through this partnership with Feed the Children. I will continue to work hard to make this a better place to be,” Hegsted said in the same news release.

In addition to individual tickets, tables for 10 are available for $2,500 or $5,000.

The Hunger Hero level includes seating for 10 in a premier location, a half-page advertisement in the program, and programs signed by participating chefs for 10.

The Champion level includes seating for 10 in a premier location, a full-page advertisement in the program, programs signed by participating chefs for 10, a photo opportunity with a select chef, a tour of the kitchen and behind-the-scenes look at the event. Plus, a chef will join the table for one of the courses at the event.

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