RBR SERVES UP HOPE AT SOUL KITCHEN

soul_kitchenmainThe RBR Culinary Club debuts as Guest Chefs for a special fundraiser dinner to support the JBJ Soul Community Kitchen today, February 12.

Press release from Red Bank Regional High School

This evening, February 12, chef and Red Bank Regional High School culinary teacher Pete Roskowinski and his culinary art students will be making their debut as guest chefs for the JBJ Soul Kitchen, 207 Monmouth Street in Red Bank.

In this special fundraising effort to benefit the Soul Kitchen and its mission, patrons pay $25 for a five-course “Hope is Delicious” gastronomic event. There are two seatings, at 6 and 7:30 pm, and reservations can be obtained by emailing Chef Roskowinski at proskowinski@rbrhs.org.

The RBR Culinary Club “Hope is Delicious” Menu 

Première 

Paneed Parmesan Crusted Eggplant finished with Shrimp Mamou

Deuxieme

Big Easy Greens with Dried Cranberries and Pecans tossed with a Sweet Apple Vinaigrette

Troisieme 

Lasagna Roulades Blanketed with an Andouille Bolognese

Quatrieme

Cajun Roasted Pork Tenderloins plated with Poorman’s Jambalaya

La fin parfait

Mrs. McVey’s Nearly Famous Key Lime Pie

The Soul Kitchen is a for-purpose community restaurant, where people come together to share a meal and support their community. There are no prices on the menu; patrons pay a donation for their meal. If they are unable to donate, they volunteer as payment. Walk-ins are welcome, but seating is limited.

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