For Immediate Release: January 24, 2013
Hilary Baum – firstname.lastname@example.org , 718 884 5716
Chefs for the Marcellus hosts two exciting events in February
Monday, February 4, 2012
Food Not Frack on Film
Chefs for the Marcellus, Food Karma Projects, and Jimmy’s No 43
present an evening of compelling short films, a panel discussion and
light refreshments at The Anthology Archives, 32 Second Ave. Doors
open at 6:30. Program is from 7-9 pm.
Purchase your $20 tickets here and at the door.
Films: “An Aerial View of Hydraulic Fracking Along the Marcellus Shale,”
shot over rural PA, and “The Sky is Pink,” an emergency short film by
Speakers includePeter Saltonstall, King Ferry Winery; Greg Swartz,
Willow Wisp Farm; Elizabeth Royte, The Nation, journalist; Heather
Carlucci, chef co-founder, Chefs for the Marcellus; David Braun, New
Yorkers Against Fracking; Kerry Trueman, Moderator; and others TBA.
Sunday, February 10, 2012
Mardi-Gras Gumbo Cook-Off!
Join us for the 2nd annual Gumbo Cook-Off at Jimmy’s No. 43, from
1:00 – 3:00 pm, 43 E. 7th St. $20 cash to benefit Chefs for the Marcellus.
Interested chefs and amateur competitors, please contact us.
Participants include Mary Cleaver, Green Table; Tim Trobey, L & W
Oyster; Paul Gerard, Exchange Alley; Nissa Pierson, Ger-Nis; Jon Bratton,
NYC Hot Sauce; Dave Katleski, Empire Brewing Company; Simon Glenn, Tchoup Shop; Michele Lamort; Adrian Ashby, Ron Carlson, Horsehead Beer; Deepak Ballaney, International Wings Factory; Dave Miss, Jimmy’s No. 43
About Chefs for the Marcellus
Chefs for the Marcellus is a group of chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, brewers,
vintners, and other New York food professionals who have come together to protect our regional foodshed from the dangers of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas (fracking).