The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Thursday, September 05, 2013

The Food Network’s Ted Allen Q & A and Dining Out for Life

It has been 20 years since the inception of Dining Out for Life, a charity event that benefits over 60 service organizations nationally and here in Baltimore, Moveable Feast.

Moveable Feast, a non-profit which offers meal delivery programs to homebound people living with HIV/AIDS and breast cancer, transportation and in addition, a culinary training program.

Dining Out for Life/Baltimore is just around the corner, Thursday, September 19. Your cost to participate and be a good do-bee will just be cost of your meal at anyone of forty five plus restaurants in Baltimore.

Restaurateurs are donating portions of the evening’s proceeds from 100% at Woodberry Kitchen; Brewers Art, Clementine, and Gertrude’s are donating 50% of proceeds; and 35% at Alchemy, B Bistro, and Sauté Restaurant and Bar. The remaining restaurants are donating 20%.  If you are planning on dining out, Thursday, September 19 than choose anyone of these numerous restaurants and support Dining Out for Life (DOFL). If you have plans for that evening don’t let that deter you, feel free to donate.

The Food Network’s James Beard Award winning host of Chopped Ted Allen has been a spokesperson for Dining Out for Life for the past six years.  Ted Allen shared time to chat with about his commitment to Dining Out for Life, how Queer Eye for the Straight Guy evolved, Top Chef, Iron Chef America and more.

Read the entire question and answer interview with Ted Allen and watch the video HERE

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