Market Under Glass ticket giveaway

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Next Thursday evening, I'll be returning to my serving days all for a good cause - Harvest for Hunger.

If you read any other Cleveland blogs, like Cleveland Foodie, Cleveland's a Plum or iCarabout, you might have heard about Market Under Glass event there and tried to have entered their contests.

From the Foodbank:

The need for food in the Cleveland community is increasing dramatically, as the Cleveland Foodbank’s more than 450 hunger centers report a 40 percent increase in the number of clients they are serving over this time last year. For every dollar donated to Harvest for Hunger, a hunger center can provide enough food for four nutritious meals

Well, if you are interested in supporting a local organization, consider purchasing tickets HERE to purchase tickets to the premier event for $85 each or $100 at the door. The event takes place on Thursday, April 22, from 6-9 p.m. at the Galleria at Erieview.

Want to join me? I'll be there with a group of my friends, serving you food from over 50 participating restaurants, drinking wine (when I'm not serving of course) and meeting all sorts of new people.

Plus, I get to check off being called a "celebrity server" off my bucket list. (Oh, how proud my mom will be when she reads this!)

If you would like to try your luck for the next week, enter to win a pair of tickets to the event, worth $200, on this little blog. Because we all love food, share what you would have as your last meal. My last meal would be chicken paprikash and a flourless cake with vanilla bean ice cream. I will pick the winner on Friday, April 16, so enter your last meal comment before then.

11 comments:

Shoes Always Fit said...

My last meal? Easy - My mom's fondue made with Raclette, Tete de Moine, Gruyere and Emmental cheeses. Delicious!

Lil' Woman said...

I would so sign up for this if I was up north but I'll be at work : (

OHmommy said...

My last meal would be brunch at the Ritz. I love breakfast foods. Yummo.

Sounds like a great event!

poiseinparma said...

a great farmer's salad to start with lots of fresh veggies, followed by some ohio city pasta tossed with grape tomatoes, olives, garlic and freshly grated cheese. Finished with some Honey Hut ice cream. It doesn't get any better than that!

Live to Cook at Home said...

Congrats on being a celebrity server! I hope I am "famous" enough some day to be one too ;)

I'd love to go to the event but I can't even begin to list out what my last meal would include. Let's just say it the meal would last many hours and would cross many different elasticities.

Jessica (Bayjb) said...

Wish I could be there but I'll be supporting you from Chicago :)

Maureen said...

Hmmm...tough question. My last meal list would be pretty long too but it would def. include nachos from El Jalapenos, the delicious marshmellow brownie dessert from Sweet Melissa's and macaroni and cheese from Lolita.

Kristin said...

hmm one of two things:
1. Angelos Pizza
2. My mom's mac and cheese!!!!! (its really to die for)

Cortney said...

Eek! Last meal? Not something I like to think about, but I'll play along. I think it would be baked ravioli and lots of dulce de luce ice cream!

Brianna said...

My last meal would be fresh sushi, give me avocado, salmon and some spicy mayo and I'm in heaven :)

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