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Boston chefs gather to showcase skills, raise money

May 16, 2013

Fenway is normally filled Red Sox players, scores of fans and the sounds of cheers, but on Wednesday while the team was at an away game ...

Fenway is normally filled with Red Sox players, scores of fans and the sounds of cheers, but on Wednesday while the team was at an away game, the stadium played host to more than 90 chefs from the Boston area as well as attendees who came out to taste a variety of dishes. Boston Bites Back was a charity event held this week to showcase chefs' skills and raise money for The One Fund.

The Boston Herald reports that Boston Bites Back featured many talented chefs from the area, and they all converged on Fenway to offer attendees a wide range of food, including desserts like cupcakes, traditional dishes like pizza and delectable eats from many regions, including Asia, Italy and Mexico. The source explains that the event was a success, bringing in people from all over the surrounding area. Tickets ranged from $100 to $1,000, with all proceeds going to The One Fund.

According to the Boston Bites Back website, some of the chefs that attended the event hailed from established local restaurants such as Summer Shack, Sweet Cheeks and Eastern Standard. However, newcomers to the Boston hospitality scene were also welcome, as the event aimed to feature a variety of tastes.

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