Sunday, June 22, 2014
Four gifted Charleston chefs have partnered with local children fighting obesity to provide a night of healthy and innovative meals. The Little Chef, Big Chef Competition, this year held on Aug. 25 at The Ordinary, benefits Louie's Kids, a national nonprofit that helps treat childhood obesity as well as promotes a healthier more productive life with parent coaches, behavioral counselors and nutrition and physical fitness trainers.
This year's roster of chefs for the event includes: Mike Lata of FIG, Michelle Weaver of Charleston Grill, Marc Collins of Circa 1886 and Craig Deihl of Cypress. Each chef will team up with one little chef, a child from the Louie's Kids program who has demonstrated a commitment to forming healthy habits and active lifestyles, and compete for the best dish of the night.
For more information on Louie's Kids or Little Chef, Big Chef, visit www.louieskids.org.
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