Five Chefs for the Farmers' Market

June 30 wine dinner to benefit local farmers affected by flooding.


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Justin Thompson Catering

Local chefs are hosting a benefit to support the Tulsa Farmers’ Market vendors who have suffered due to recent flooding in Eastern Oklahoma.

Five local downtown chefs are using their skills for a good cause and gathering to help Tulsa Farmers’ Market create an event where all proceeds go toward rebuilding and helping victims of the floods.

All food and wine have been donated by friends of the farmers’ market and all services and talent will be donated by the chefs and their staff.

Justin Thompson, Ian Van Anglen, Seth Jordan, Nico Albert and Joel Bein will be cooking a five-course wine dinner for all guests who purchase a ticket to create an endowment fund for vendors to cover weekly trip costs to the market.

The June 30 event at the 624 S. Boston building is sold out, but tickets are available for the July 14 benefit. Tickets can be purchased online at the website for $95 per person.

Local chefs are hosting a benefit to support the Tulsa Farmers’ Market venders who have suffered due to recent flooding in Eastern Oklahoma.  Five local downtown chefs are using their skills for a good cause and gathering to help Tulsa Farmers’ Market create an event where all proceeds go toward rebuilding and helping victims of the floods.  All food and wine have been donated by friends of the farmers’ market and all services and talent will be donated by the chefs and their staff.  Justin Thompson, Ian Van Anglen, Seth Jordan, Nico Albert and Joel Bein will be cooking a five-course wine dinner for all guests who purchase a ticket to create an endowment fund for venders to cover weekly trip costs to the market.  This event will take place at 6 p.m., June 30, at the 624 S. Boston building. Tickets can be purchased online at the website for $95 per person.

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