It’s hard to not to drool over the amazing line-up of 15 Bay Area chefs, who will cook at our Hand to Hand Luncheon on Dec. 13 at The Fairmont San Francisco.
The 21st annual benefit for Project Open Hand will feature an impeccable three-course meal by the Bay Area’s most talented chefs, including:
• David Lawrence, 1300 on Fillmore
• Anne Walker & Kris Hoogerhyde, Bi-Rite Creamery & Bakeshop
• Emily Luchetti, Farallon
• John Beardsley, Garibaldis on Presidio
• Ellie Mueller, Jardinière
• James Irby & Trish Temporal, Kuleto’s
• Ismael Macias, Lark Creek Steak
• Ben de Vries, luella
• Josh Ladd, Meritage at the Claremont
• Mark Dommen, One Market Restaurant
• Yo Matsuzaki, Ozuma
• Adrienne Harper, Project Open Hand
• Marc Passetti, The Fairmont San Francisco
Farallon pastry chef Emily Luchetti said, “I’m delighted to support Project Open Hand by creating a dessert for their gala. Project Open Hand’s work is so important to our community – they provide the ultimate in comfort food by nourishing people who are too sick to care for themselves.”
1300 on Fillmore Chef David Lawrence said,“For me, Project Open Hand is about making a difference in our community. It means a lot to me and 1300 on Fillmore to give back to our neighborhood.”
Ben deVries, Chef-Owner of luella said, “When you feed somebody from a place of giving, you nourish not only their body, but the soul.”
Buy tickets now for Project Open Hand’s 21st Annual Hand to Hand Luncheon, 11 am – 1:30 pm on Dec. 13 at The Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco.
Founded in 1985, Project Open Hand is a nonprofit organization that provides meals and groceries for people with symptomatic HIV/AIDS and breast cancer, and meals for people who are homebound and critically ill. We also prepare congregate lunches for seniors over 60 years of age. We serve San Francisco and Alameda Counties, engaging more than 100 volunteers every day to nourish our community.