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The Women of Food Is a Celebration of America's Best Female Chefs

Dominique Crenn is calling on some of her closest friends
Dominique Crenn Women of Food Series
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Some of the country's biggest female culinary icons are joining forces, thanks to an invite from Michelin-star chef Dominique Crenn.

The Women of Food is a six-part series bringing names like Nancy Silverton, Niki Nakayama and Barbara Lynch to Petit Crenn in San Francisco for a set of one-night-only collaborations. Each guest chef was chosen by Crenn herself—not just for her "trailblazing style and critically acclaimed food" but for being an "inspiration to chefs and diners everywhere."

"There are a lot of great chefs out there, many of whom are female. We need to continue the conversation; that’s how the world will change," Crenn says.

Tickets for the powerhouse dinners ($250 apiece) are on sale now, with dates ranging from March through November. But even if you can't make it to the West Coast this year, Vogue notes that Crenn is also interested in bringing the concept (that she is teaming up with Resy with) to other cities as well.

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