28 Feb Chef Frank Lee, other notable SC chefs are creating a dinner to benefit Transitions
If you need a reason to dine out — for a good cause — here’s one: Chef Frank Lee, formerly of Maverick Kitchens and S.N.O.B. in Charleston, is assembling a crew of talented chefs to prepare a multi-course meal to benefit Transitions in Columbia.
Celebrating the talent and wide-ranging cuisine in South Carolina, Lee and Elizabeth Igleheart of Transitions are bringing together chefs Russell Jones (Tallulah), Mimie Holmes (Mimie’s International Cuisine), Ramone Dickerson (2 Fat 2 Fly & Wing City), Teryi Youngblood (Passerelle Bistro in Greenville), and Steven Musolf (Lazy Goat, Greenville) to prepare a multi-course dinner with wine pairings at Jones’ restaurant Tallulah.
Transitions is — as the name implies — a place where people can work through a structured assistance program to transition themselves from homelessness to permanent housing.
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