Why? Taste of the Browns!

One of the biggest food events of the year is always Taste of the Browns to benefit the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. From mingling with Browns players and alumni to bidding on incredible auction items (like a chance to tailgate with the Fahrenheit food truck and Chef Rocco Whalen) to stuffing yourself with some of Cleveland’s tastiest nibbles, you know you’ll score a touchdown by attending.

Plus, you know your money is going to a very quantifiable and tangible cause: putting food on the tables of hungry families around our area. I love how the Greater Cleveland Food Bank can tell it’s donors that every dollar provides 4 meals. It’s so easy to know where your money is going and the impact it is having.

Besides loving the cause of Taste of the Browns, I also have to say that I love the food. The chefs do a great job of covering the entire field (see what I did there?!) from casual, football-esque food like hot pretzels and pierogi…

…to haute cuisine like lobster croquettes and lamb sous vide.

And from Momocho to Deagan’s Kitchen & Bar to AMP 150 to Pearl of the Orient, the culinary team was stacked with talent.

And the special teams work (seriously, I’m about to run out of football terms I know) cannot be overlooked!

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The generosity and commitment of both the chefs and the Browns organization are fantastic! It was a wonderful night raising funds for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank!

***Disclosure: I was asked to help promote Taste of the Browns. In exchange, I received two complimentary general admission tickets for myself and two general admission tickets to give away. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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