Celebrity chefs and others who helped raise about $1.15 million at the recent Saint Martin’s Gala, were, from left, chef Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods”; translator Olivia Vachon; Ligia Karazawa, head chef of Brace restaurant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and sous chef Eduardo Henrique Portilho Cotta.
Celebrity chefs and others who helped raise about $1.15 million at the recent Saint Martin’s Gala, were, from left, chef Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods”; translator Olivia Vachon; Ligia Karazawa, head chef of Brace restaurant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and sous chef Eduardo Henrique Portilho Cotta. Courtesy photo Saint Martin’s University
Celebrity chefs and others who helped raise about $1.15 million at the recent Saint Martin’s Gala, were, from left, chef Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods”; translator Olivia Vachon; Ligia Karazawa, head chef of Brace restaurant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and sous chef Eduardo Henrique Portilho Cotta. Courtesy photo Saint Martin’s University

Celebrity chefs help raise $1.15 million at Saint Martin’s event

November 11, 2016 04:24 PM

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