ENGLEWOOD, NJ — As a part of a collaborative effort amongst a number of native businesses to advertise wholesome consuming, Bergen County clergy will probably be given farm-fresh components to arrange savory meals that can impress the judges of a cook-off on Aug. 25.
Free and open to the general public, the occasion, introduced by social providers group The Neighborhood Chest and produce market Alstede Farms, will probably be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. Paul's Church in Englewood, a information launch stated.
Gearing up for the cook-off are Englewood clergy Rev. Preston Thompson from Ebenezer Baptist Church and Rev. William Allport of St. Paul's Church, and Tenafly Rabbi Jordan Millstein of Temple Sinai of Bergen County.
Chef Alexander Gorant from Axia Restaurant, a Greek restaurant in Tenafly, and baker Ayla Uram will decide the delicacies.
"This is a chance to be taught extra about our native meals collaborative in Englewood. Visitors will obtain suggestions, recipes and strategies to make use of to make wholesome consuming part of your on daily basis routine," The Chest's Govt Director Dr. Shelly Wimpfheimer stated.