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  1. haha, i said this on tina’s post, but it sounds like you are having a much more fun day than me 🙂 all of that food looks and sounds incredible and such an amazing experience!

  2. What an event! SO cool. I love the strawberry rhubarb crisp. I just made one of these. I never would have thought to use bread in the topping. I don’t think I’ve ever actually had their bread before. I will have to look for it at the food store. Hope you’re doing well today pretty lady 🙂

  3. Amazing recap! That looks like so much fun- and for such a great cause.

  4. What a great event! Looks like an unforgettable evening 🙂

  5. aaah, i went to vivoli!!! awesome 🙂 and what an amazing event!

    and a little too friendly, or so I’ve heard… 😉

  6. Way to get hit on by Todd English, chica 🙂

  7. This looks like so much fun. My mom was really involved in Meals on Wheels in Memphis and it’s a great cause. That salmon appetizer looks especially good.

  8. makes me hungry! as usual! Looks like so much fun!

  9. Love hearing about the same event through two different bloggers. The cause is so great. I’m so happy you were able to attend and share it with us 🙂

  10. Yum! What a great event! Everything looked delish

  11. Looks like you guys had a great time!! fun fun 🙂

  12. Margherita

    Sabrina–It was great to meet you last night! As one of the event organizers and Citymeals-om-Wheels employee, I really appreciate how well you captured the event. And yes, the chef Gennaro Esposito who made the paccheri made a great sauce. If you would like some tips about the sauce, I am happy to ask him and pass it onto you.

    I was touched to hear about your nonna! It is very true what you say about her independence. As someone who fundraises for the homebound elderly, I have seen how important it is for them to continue the lifestyle that they have always lived. Many are creatures of habit and hold onto what is familiar to them, especially where they live. In the end, I know guests spend $600-$1,250 to attend events like Silve Spoons and well-known chefs donate their time, staff and food for the evening because they care about the service Citymeals-on-Wheels provides. It warms my heart to see what a supportive community we have. Thank you for being a part of that community that gives our cause recognition!

  13. I can’t believe I didn’t manage to run into you once during the whole darn thing! It was pretty massive, I guess. What a fabulous party! I’m already trying to figure out how I can go again next year!

  14. Looks like a fun time, love the little drinks in the lime.

  15. You couldn’t have grown up anywhere near Boston and NOT known Todd English’s reputation for the ladies?! Great recap, great pictures, sounds like a wonderful time!

  16. this looks like a really great event for a good cause!

    the food looks amazing.

  17. What an insanely cool event to attend! It looked amazing!

  18. This sounds amazing. SO wish I’d been there with you ladies!

  19. Great Post! sorry the camera did work out 🙂 you can relieve the moment with us! the event was so awesome! its definitely the best one ive been to in nyc. lucky rice was pretty awesome but this one definitely blew it out of the water! Hopefully next time we can meet up at these events!

    Great post! i love it!

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