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NECC’s Chef and Farmer Brunch 

click to enlarge ALESSANDRA BELLONI
  • Alessandra Belloni

This August 10, the North East Community Center's fourth annual Chef and Farmer Brunch, sponsored by No. 9 Restaurant, will showcase the talent of the Hudson Valley's hottest farm-to-table chefs under tents in Railroad Plaza, Millerton. Their farmers' market inspired menus will feature seasonal produce donated by local farms. The brunch consists of dishes, tastings, and cocktails provided by 20 chefs from local restaurants, as well as wine and beer from local microbreweries. Participating businesses include Jacuterie, The Farmer's Wife, John Andrews, Chef's Consortium, Copake Country Club, Number 9, Pine Plains Platter, Route 7 Grill, and Hillrock Distillery. The brunch will benefit NECC's food and social service programs. (518) 789-4259;

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