Female Chefs And Restaurant Owners Band Together for Atlanta’s Asian Community

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Female Chefs And Restaurant Owners Band Together for Atlanta’s Asian Community

A charitable way to get a delicious box of food.

An incredible new fundraiser is raising money benefiting the families of the victims of the March 16 shooting in Atlanta. The Asian Grazing Box will provide you with a delicious feast filled with delicacies from Atlanta’s finest restaurateurs.

A group of 17 Asian women chefs, restaurant owners, and pop-up connoisseurs in Atlanta have organized the fundraiser. All of the chefs are contributing to the contents of the Asian Grazing Box, so you’re in excellent hands if this is something you want to participate in.

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includes both sweet and savory food items from chef Thip Athakhanh (Snackboxe Bistro), chef Young Hui Han (Woo Nam Jeong Stone Bowl House), Mia Orino (Kamayan ATL), Monica Sunny (the Chai Box), and chef Jiyeon Lee (Heirloom Market BBQ), among others.

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If you’re looking to go the extra mile, then there’s also a t-shirt available to purchase. So you can enjoy your Asian food box in the appropriate style, while supporting the victims of a devastating loss.

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Grazing boxes cost $75 each and serve up to three people.A ll of the money raised from the sales of the grazing boxes and t-shirts goes to the Atlanta chapter of nonprofit organization Asian Americans Advancing Justice


Place orders online for a grazing box ($75) or a t-shirt ($25) by Wednesday, April 7. Pickup takes place Sunday, April 11, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., at Snackboxe Bistro or Heirloom Market BBQ. Limited quantities. Mask is required for pickup.

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