This year’s Taste for Life, which supports Apna Ghar’s work for women and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence, is Thursday, May 1 at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St.
The featured chef is pastry chef Gale Gand (you know her from TV), and the featured speaker is Ann Mukherjee, senior vice president and chief marketing officer of Frito-Lay North America.
Now, what can you eat once you get there?
- Indian street food from Bombay Wraps
- Cheddar cheese and other dairy products from Cabot Creamery
- Handmade artisan chocolate from Chocolat Uzma Sharif
- Small plate creations of “Chicago’s Tapas King” Emilio’s Tapas (a participant since the beginning of Taste for Life)
- Traditional eastern African cuisine from Ethiopian Diamond
- Fresh wraps, bowls and falafel from Falafill
- Rustic French pastries from Floriole Café and Bakery
- Fine Indian dining from Gaylord (also with us since the beginning!)
- The menu for movers-and-shakers at The Metropolitan Club
- Modern Indian with an American spin from Naansense
- Classic Indian eats from The Peacock Fine Indian Cuisine
- Fresh, contemporary Indian food from Sataza Contemporary Indian Grill
- Room service-worthy bites from the Bar Louie inside the Skokie Holiday Inn
Hungry yet? Check out your ticket options, and we hope to see you there.