Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen is the largest emergency feeding program in New York City serving over 1,200 meals every single weekday to hungry and homeless New Yorkers.
From Farm to Tray is a celebration of food at the soup kitchen, challenging both home grown New York City chefs and high profile culinary names from across the city to produce a ‘100 Mile Menu,’ where ingredients for each meal need to be purchased within the 100 mile radius.
The idea for the fundraiser is firmly rooted in the approach to food that shapes the soup kitchen’s menu each week: the use of fresh locally grown produce, a commitment to nutritional balance and the importance of providing a variety of taste and texture.
Like the soup kitchen guests who eat here everyday, guests at From Farm to Tray will dine in the beautiful sanctuary of the landmark Holy Apostles Church, a space that New York Times journalist Anna Quindlen dubbed ‘the most majestic dining room in New York City.’ And like the food served here everyday, the 100 Mile Menu will offer food that is locally grown, in season, and perhaps most importantly of all, delicious.
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