Taste of the Nation is my favorite foodie event of the year. 100% of ticket sales supports Share our Strength’s efforts to end childhood hunger. Restaurants such as The Ravenous Pig, Cress Restaurant, A Land Remembered at Rosen Shingle Creek, Cafe Tu Tu Tango and more all came to help.
Last year, over 35 restaurants from all over Central Florida presented “tastes” ranging from pork belly dishes, desserts, lobster tacos, bratwurst sandwiches, prime angus beef cuts, and much more all in the name of charity. Many of the dishes were truly outstanding, loaded with complex flavors, textures, and made from the utmost quality ingredients. I felt like I was in some foodie heaven.
Right now they are having their spring savings deal:
Buy one VIP Ticket and Get one 50% off. Must use code EBIRDORL
This code is good till March 30, 2012.
Buy the Tickets here
Guests will sample delectable specialties and culinary sensations prepared by chefs from Central Florida’s leading restaurants. Showcasing their talent and creativity, the combination of presentation and taste are sure to make the evening unforgettable.
Where: Orlando World Center Marriott
8701 World Center Dr.
Orlando, FL 32821
When: August 25, 2012
VIP Tickets: Taste of the Nation Orlando –
VIP Admission 6:45 – 10:00 PM | $150.00
Why: 17 million – that’s 1 in 4 – American children struggle with hunger. 637,000 of these children live in Florida. Many of them live right down the street. GET INVOLVED 100% of Taste of the Nation ticket sales benefit Share Our Strength’s efforts to end childhood hunger.
Local beneficiaries: Coalition for the Homeless and Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida
Last year, Coalition for the Homeless provided over 302,000 meals to homeless individuals and families, including over 220 children each night with an average age of under 10 years old; Second Harvest Food Bank distributed more than 30 million pounds of grocery product, the equivalent of over 20 million meals.
Check them out on their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/OrlandoTaste
Sliced Salumi cones from The Ravenous Pig
For more information please contact
Maria Diestro of Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida