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Fundraiser “Men Who Cook!”

Men Who Cook artby Gregory Gunter

For Coldwell Banker SMART, and especially their Realtors Your Dream Team of Greg & Ivy—whose last Wine Tasting event raised funds for San Miguel Community Foundation—the nonprofit Mujeres en Cambio proves a noble cause.

Started in 1995, Mujeres en Cambio provided eight scholarships their inaugural year, climbing to 150 scholarships currently, focused on your women needing funds for middle & high school, and university.

President Kathy Devine was, well, “devine” enough to invite the male half of Your Dream Team to participate in the upcoming Men Who Cook fundraiser, to be held September 26 at 5:00 p.m. in a private residence in Guadiana.  And no, “Men Who Cook” is not an oxymoron—there are many of us who are quite comfortable in the kitchen!

This first-ever event includes a special presentation by MX Restaurant Executive Chef David Jahnke, who will demonstrate how to make mini pizzas, an always-popular meal with us guys!  But the celebrity chefs don’t end there: we’ll have Warren from Longhorn’s Steakhouse, Bill from Café Monet, Tomas of Ferrante’s, and Alejandro & Jorge of Tutti Bianco.

A few of the headline-familiar men who will also showcase their not-so-publicly-known cooking skills include Fred York & Ron Stevens, Ali Zerriffi, Mark Saunders—his artistry graces the invitation, too—Jay Moskowitz, and Barry Devine & Mike Baumgartner.

Oh, that’s right: Your Dream Team’s own Greg Gunter—yep, that’s me, your author—will present his own specialty, Dreamy Chocolate Mousse, the most decadent dream possible with your eyes open!  Come out and support all us guys slaving away in the kitchen that day.  Advance tickets are on sale, and can be purchased for 250 pesos at La Conexion’s Aldama office, Café Monet and Solutions, or see the web site for Mujeres en Cambio for more info!