Food Loving Guys (and Gals!)

On the night of March 23, we hosted our 7th annual Food Loving Guys and Gals Event at the newly opened Fullerton Community Center. We had over 250 people attending the event, which was plenty to keep our 20 amateur chefs busy serving appetizers, entrees, side dishes, and desserts.

Through sponsorships, a silent auction, opportunity drawing, and ticket sales, we were able to raise over $20,000 to continue serving the people in our community facing hunger and homelessness.

We also recognized First Christian Church, Fullerton for its legacy of support with the inaugural Friends of Pathways of Hope Award.

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Chefs were judged by a panel of professional chefs as well as competing for the distinguished “People’s Choice Award”

Congratulations to all of the winning Chefs!
Appetizers
1. Spicy Maseca Pollo Bites
Scott & Michael Allen
2. Sombrero Ceviche
Rob Cashion & Bill McGarvey
People’s Choice Award: Country Egg Rolls, Victor Castelan

Side Dishes019 or Salads
1. Pedro’s Quinoa Salad
Peter Fong
2. BBQ Bacon Salad
Bill Jindra
People’s Choice Award: BBQ Bacon Salad, Bill Jindra

Entrees
1. Jambalaya
Kevin Cahill
2. Hog Heaven Sliders
Jerry Person & John Kelton
People’s Choice: Hog Heaven Sliders, Jerry Person & John Kelton

Desserts
1. Chocolate Decadence
Jon Sanders
2. Gelato-Stuffed Kumquats
Zoot Velasco
People’s Choice Award: Chocolate Decadence, Jon Sanders

Thank you to our judges, Tom Dow (Stadium Tavern), Katie Lively (Community Volunteer), Dan and Kelly Madden (Silky Sullivan’s), Victor Mejia (El Farolito Jr. of Fullerton), Mike Oates (Cafe Hidalgo), Kim and Glen Rhynes (Brownstone Cafe), and Cody Storts (Bourbon Street)

Thank you also to Mayer Litho for donating
the printing of event programs and posters


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