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April 8: NH Food Bank’s popular ‘Steel Chef Challenge’ welcomes Chef Marcus Samuelsson


MANCHESTER, NH – The New Hampshire Food Bank’s 8th Annual Steel Chef Challenge, presented by Service Credit Union, will feature celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson hosting an exciting cooking competition featuring four of NH’s best professional chefs! Join us on April 8, 2024 for an exciting evening in support of the NH Food Bank and its programming.

The Food Bank will transform the Armory Ballroom at the DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown into a grand dining room, seating approximately 680 guests. Attendees will watch live as the competition between chefs heats up, enjoy a fabulous dinner curated by Chef Samuelsson and have the opportunity to take part in both live and silent auctions.

Attendees with VIP tickets can attend the VIP portion of the event which will take place before the competition (VIP entry begins at 5 p.m.) VIPs can meet and greet Chef Samuelsson and enjoy appetizers, complimentary beer, wine and a signature cocktail as well as sample menu offerings from past winners and nominees.

Tickets are now on sale. General admission tickets are $150; VIP tickets are $250. Click here for more info or to buy your ticket.

Looking to book at room for the event at the DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown at a group rate? Visit https://www.hilton.com/steelchef


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NH Food Bank

The New Hampshire Food Bank, a program of Catholic Charities New Hampshire, has been working to relieve hunger in the Granite State since 1984. According to Feeding America projections, approximately 131,590 Granite Staters could experience food insecurity in 2021, a 10-percent change due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Approximately 30,950 children are living in food-insecure environments, which is an 11-percent change. In 2020, as the state’s only Food Bank, the New Hampshire Food Bank efficiently procured and distributed more than 17 million pounds of food to people in need through more than 400 non-profit registered agencies. Agencies include food pantries, neighborhood centers, low-income housing sites, senior nutrition centers, family crisis centers, hospices, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, after-school programs, and daycare centers. For more information about the New Hampshire Food Bank, please visit www.nhfoodbank.org. Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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