Urban Ministries of Wake County and Triangle Potters Guild Invites the Community to Its 11th Annual Stone Soup Supper at the Talley Center at NC State University in Raleigh, NC – Nov. 12, 2015

There’s never been a more delicious way to help neighbors in need! Urban Ministries of Wake County invites the community to its eleventh Annual Stone Soup Supper on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, at the Talley Center at NC State University in Raleigh, NC. Proceeds support Urban Ministries’ programs to alleviate and eliminate poverty in Wake County.

New Location for 2015! Free Parking!

For a donation of $25, each guest receives one piece of hand-made pottery donated by the Triangle Potters Guild and the chance to participate in the Souperior Chef competition, including tasting artisan soup recipes from some of Wake County’s best chefs. Soup-To-Go will be available for $10 per quart.

WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 12; 5:30 to 7:30pm
WHERE: NCSU’s new Talley Student Union, 2610 Cates Avenue, Piedmont Mountains Ballroom
WHY: Support your neighbors in need – Warm up with a hot bowl of delicious soup – Start your holiday shopping by purchasing hand-made pottery by Triangle Potters Guild – Socialize with community leaders

Unique, artisan soup recipes generously donated by Wake County’s warm-hearted celebrity chefs:

Chef Mike Bickel, Carolina Ale House
Chef Ryan Conklin, Rex Healthcare
Chef Melanie Finkel, Empire Eats/The Pit
Chef Eric Gephart, Kamado Grille
Chef David Greenwell, 42nd Street Oyster Bar
Chef Andrew Pettifer, Margauxs Restaurant
Chef Scott Rowe, Prestonwood Country Club
Chef Ron Salerno, Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Chef Lacey Washington, The Art Institute
Chef Paul Sottile, The Chef’s Academy
Chef Eddie Wilson, North Carolina State University
Chef Jake Wolf, Capital Club 16

Celebrity Judges will choose the winner of the 2015 Souperior Chef award including: Alyssa Barkley, COO of Membership Development, NC Restaurant and Lodging Association; Kathy Hanrahan, Out & About Editor, WRAL; Johanna Kramer, Author and Food Blogger, (JohannaKramer.com); and Felicia Perry-Trujillo, Owner, Food-Seen by Felicia Perry Photography.

For 35 years, Urban Ministries of Wake County has worked to meet the basic needs – food, shelter, and healthcare – of Wake County’s most vulnerable residents. Urban Ministries serves 27,000 individuals each year, including 9,000 children. More than 90 cents of every dollar contributed goes directly to client services.  For more info visit (www.urbanmin.org).

Visit (www.urbanmin.org/stone-soup-2015/) for more information on sponsorship opportunities and the soup menu.


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