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Join Us for the Taste of Home 2017 Culinary Benefit and Make a Difference

Some of the food industry's biggest names are coming together to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic
How the Food Industry's Biggest Names Are Fighting the AIDS Epidemic
Photo: Alyssa Ringler

Every day, we share our favorite recipes with you and keep you informed on the latest restaurant trends. While we're grateful to have such a curious and dedicated community here at Tasting Table, we also recognize when it's time to give back, in NYC and beyond.

This year, we're proud to be a part of the annual Taste of Home Culinary Benefit, a food-filled event taking on the mammoth task of helping end the HIV/AIDS epidemic around the world. Hosted by celebrity chef Alex Guarnaschelli, legendary NYT food journalist Sam Sifton and our own CEO and founder Geoff Bartakovics, the event gives guests a backstage look at how some of NYC's best chefs cook in their own homes.

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Taking place in NYC's Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, the event features tasting items from chefs around the city, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to services for people living with HIV/AIDS and to advocacy work to end the epidemic. With your help, Housing Works is striving to end AIDS as an epidemic in New York by 2020, the U.S. by 2025 and the world by 2030.

Tickets are on sale now, and we hope to see you there.

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