Kid chefs to raise money for Slow Food Austin at four-course dinner this weekend

Jack Crabb and Alex Alcorta are budding chefs who are helping prepare a four-course fundraiser dinner for Slow Food Austin this month. Contributed by Slow Food Austin

Jack Crabb and Alex Alcorta are budding chefs who are helping prepare a four-course fundraiser dinner for Slow Food Austin this month. Contributed by Slow Food Austin

Foodie kids are everywhere on TV it seems. “MasterChef Junior,” “Chopped Junior” and “Food Network Star Kids” are just a few of the programs that feature kids as young as seven or eight cooking some seriously impressive food.

A number of Central Texas youngsters have participated in these programs, and countless others attend cooking classes and culinary camps. Two of them will be on hand at a Slow Food Austin fundraiser on Saturday at Patricia’s Table, 1510 W. 35th St. The young chefs — 13-year-old Jack Crabb and 11-year-old Alex Alcorta — will be paired with professional chefs Amber Antonelli of The Naked Bite and Jesse DeLeon from Victoria Provisions to make the four-course dinner. The event starts at 6 p.m. Saturday, is BYOB and costs $80, with tickets online at slowfoodaustin.org.

 

 

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