DC Homewares Donates 24 Of Its Prep'd Brand Roasting/BBQ Forks To Support Common Threads
A Young Company With A Big Heart Sends 24 Of Its Forks to Support World Festival
This video showcases the versatility of the Prep'd Roasting and BBQ Fork
DC Homewares sells its FORK on Amazon and provides $2 from each sale to Common Threads.
Common Threads is bringing World Festival back to Washington DC after its previous event, 12 month's ago. They are excited to have a follow-up and anticipate that the 8th Annual World Festival will be bigger and better than before!
" Dchomewares is excited that each of the participating chef's will be presented with its Roasting/BBQ Fork", says Bay.
The event is hosted in the capital, which is an epicenter of world cuisine. There will be assembled a team over 20 of the nation's best chefs who will prepare small bites for over 200 lucky guests on Thursday, April 24th.
Chefs use Common Threads' core after-school program, Cooking Skills & World Cuisine, as their inspiration. Each week in the program, Common Threads' students "travel" with their imaginations to a different country far outside their neighborhoods, by learning about and preparing healthy recipes local to that specific country.
Guests attending World Festival will have the chance to share in that same experience as they sample different cuisines from around the world. Chefs will be teaming up with Common Threads students to create their masterpieces' As an added bonus, Diageo has donated spirits which will be mixed to perfection into cocktails for attendees.
DC Homewares considers Common Threads to be a very a worthy cause and urges its support. World Festival is a unique occasion and celebrates both food and the connection it engender across barriers of different countries.
All funds raised will help support Common Threads student and family programs and allow them to continue to grow in DC and even more cities across USA.
Participating Chefs include:
Victor Albisu, Del Campo
Jeremy Anderson and Jeffrey Witte, Airlie
Alison Anthes, William Jeffrey's Tavern
Jessica Biederman, Westend Bistro
Amy Brandwein, Alba Osteria
William Dissen, The Market Place
Scott Drewno, The Source
Michael Friedman, Red Hen
Dylan Fultineer, Rappahannock River Oysters
Eduardo Garcia, Montana Mex
Todd Gray, Equinox
Mike Isabella, Graffiato & Kapnos
Bun Lai, Miya's
Anthony Lamas, Seviche
Tamar Marino, Cashion's Eat Place
Wes Morton, Art and Soul
Hari Pulapaka, Cress Restaurant
Sol Schott, Acme Pie Co.
Jeff Tunks, Acadiana
About Common Threads
Founded in 2003 by Chef Art Smith and artist Jesus Salgueiro, Common Threads is a national non-profit organization that is committed to educating communities about healthy food choices through the power of cooking. For 10 years, Common Threads has been teaching school-based nutrition and health education programs to under-served communities.
About DC Homewares
DC Homewares is a family owned business that is determined to build a great brand. Showcasing only a few select products, they are dedicated to high quality materials and production. DC Homewares sells candles under the e-voke brand, top quality cosmetics (glowzone) and a third product called Fork by Prep'd .
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