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SOURCE Foods from Chile
Festival-goers can also sample Chilean fare at the Event's Grand Tasting presented by ShopRite Featuring KitchenAid® Culinary Demonstrations presented by MasterCard,® while helping support the Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign
NEW YORK, Oct. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the world's greatest dining cities will experience flavors from one of the world's premier healthful food producers this weekend, as Foods from Chile sponsors the sixth annual Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE. In addition to presenting the All That Jazz Brunch, hosted by Chef Alex Guarnaschelli, Foods from Chile also will offer endless samples of bountiful flavors and wholesome Chilean nutrition at the Festival's signature Grand Tasting.
Get Jazzed by the Rich Tastes of Chile
In a highly anticipated sneak peek before the public opening, Food Network's current winner of The Next Iron Chef, Alex Guarnaschelli, will host guests on Saturday, Oct. 19, in the new Midtown location of her acclaimed restaurant, Butter, at the sold-out All That Jazz Brunch, presented by Foods from Chile.
While a live jazz band sets a rhythmic mood, more than 100 diners will sample a menu, which features smoked trout, smoked salmon, avocados, lemons and walnuts. The menu for this event includes dishes that offer nutritional benefits, including high-quality protein, dietary fiber, antioxidants, omega-3 and fatty acids.
Sample Small Bites and Big Tastes
Also throughout the weekend, Foods from Chile will spice up the NYCWFF's trademark all-day Grand Tasting event, where attendees can sample bites from New York City's top restaurants and chefs, indulge in samplings of fine wine and spirits, and check out grand culinary brands serving everything from sweet to savory.
At the Foods from Chile demonstration, culinary enthusiasts will be treated to nutritious samples of Chilean delights and other giveaways. Some lucky Festival-goers even will take home a Foods from Chile Cooking Kit, chock full of kitchen gadgets, heart-healthy recipe cards and tasty Chilean fare. The kit has been a crowd favorite at many Foods from Chile events.
Serving Up Help for the Hungry
More than 10,000 passionate gourmands will nibble and imbibe their way through Midtown for the four-day Festival that brings together international culinary icons and America's most beloved TV chefs. The NYCWFF benefits the Food Bank For New York City and Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry® campaign. Since the Festival was established in 2008, more than
$6 million has been raised for these organizations, with 100 percent of net proceeds going to connecting families in need with food and teaching them how to cook healthy, affordable meals at home.
"Foods from Chile is delighted to sponsor the Festival," said Pedro Pablo Aresti, trade commissioner, ProChile New York. "In addition to introducing Chilean foods to some of the world's most discriminating palates, we're proud to support efforts to stamp out hunger.
Chile is a fertile producer of some of the world's most nutritious ingredients, and we're committed to the idea that families should have access to the healthy foods they need, every day."
Fans who can't make it to the NYCWFF can still whet their appetites by visiting foodsfromchile.org and the Foods from Chile Facebook page. Health-seeking foodies also can learn more about Foods from Chile, including the latest recipes, activities and events, on Pinterest and Twitter at @FoodsFromChile. To check out event photos, following the hashtag #CookChilean on Instagram.
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