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Buy tickets now for Saturday's Taste of Sound

 Click here to buy your tickets now! 

Food, art, and music lovers, gather round. I have a really cool event for all of you!

Join us at Tutta's in Dallas on Saturday, January 21st for a charitable evening of entertainment to all of your senses.  The 'Taste of Sound' event will benefit The Mohawk Militia Charity, which provides non-GMO food & recipes to underprivileged families.

A specialty 4-course menu crafted just for this event (shown below) by Celebrity Chef Patrick Stark & Tutta's Owner Jeremy Scott.

Big thanks to the special companies sponsoring this event: SweetBeat Vodka, Cadillac, SALT Tequila, Askari OH LLC, PCV VRM Seeds Of Hope, Sysco Corporation, Community Beer Company, Melinda's Original Habanero Pepper Sauce, Crest Cadillac, & Chefs' Produce Company.

The details to your all-inclusive evening are as follows...

Pre-show Happy Hour with specialty drinks from sponsors, 4-course dinner paired with cocktails or wine, an interactive performance by Amusé band, a live painting by featured artist Karen Foster (see bio below menu), and a charity donation to the Mohawk Militia.
*There will be a silent auction for both the painting and a gift basket from Melinda's.

Tickets are going fast so purchase yours now on the Pre-Kindle site link above.

Menu for the event is as follows:

Course 1: Melinda's Fire Roasted Chicken & Melinda's Mango-Jicama Slaw
Course 2: Blood Orange Rocket Salad ~ Arugula, Toasted Almonds, Dates, Parmigiano Regiano, Almond Oil, Fleu de Sel, Fresh Ground Pepper
Course 3: Tuttas Surf N' Turf Pie ~ Butter Poached Lobster, Petite Filet, Goat Cheese, Rosemary, Truffle-Honey, Fried Leeks, Lemon Beurre Blanc
Course 4: Brandy Bread Pudding & Chantilly Whip Cream

Karen has been a scenic artist for film, tv, and theater for over 15 years. She's worked on films/set designs such as Sin City, Idiocracy, Fast Food Nation, and television shows such as Friday Night Lights & Prison Break. Karen has painted for clients such as the Perot Museum and the Chanel Métiers d'Art Show for Karl Lagerfeld.

Location: Tutta's Pizza
1701 N. Market St. Ste. 110
Dallas TX 75202

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