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Sisterhood of the Stove Event Featuring Top Arizona Women Chefs Returns for Second Year


Last year Rancho Pinot chef and owner Chrysa Robertson gathered some of the Valley's best female chefs for a one-night only dinner event aptly named Sisterhood of the Stove. Featuring names such as Charleen Badman of FnB, Silvana Salcido Esparza of Barrio Cafe, and Lori Hashimoto of Hana Japanese the dinner was a don't-miss event for the lucky diners to snagged tickets. 

Now, the Sisterhood's back in action and getting ready for a dinner that's even bigger than before. 

On Sunday, October 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. more than a dozen of Arizona's female chefs will host an outdoor picnic party at the Cattletrack Compound (6105 N. Cattletrack) in Scottsdale. 

Here's a list of participating chefs and their offerings: 

Charleen Badman, FnB Hayden Mills 
Grain & Vegetable Salad

BJ Hernandez, Havana Café 
Cuban Roasted Pork, Rice & Beans

Danielle Leoni, The Breadfruit/Rum Bar 
Grilled Two Wash Ranch Jerk Chicken

Tracy Dempsey, Tracy Dempsey Originals and Mandy Bublitz, St. Francis
Hayden Mills Rustic Bread, Date & Bacon Jam, Ricotta

Lori Hashimoto, Hana Japanese
Fried Red Snapper & Pickled Vegetable

Helen Yung, Sweet Republic 
Fruit Ice Pops

Silvana Salcido Esparza, Barrio Café
Seafood 'Ensalada de Agua Chile'

Tammie Coe, Tammie Coe Cakes
White Espresso Ho Ho's

Eugenia Theodosopoulos, Essence
Macarons & Rice Pudding Tartlets

Rachel Miller, Pistol Whipped Pastry
Hand Pies

Shannon Plowman, La Vie (Pinetop)
BLT Crostini

Chrysa Robertson, Rancho Pinot
Grilled Butternut, Lentil & Cheese Salad

Tickets to the event cost $100 and can be purchased by emailing Sabrina at [email protected] You'll be contacted via phone about payment. Tickets include food and drinks — both Arizona beer and wine and a special spiked punch from chef Charleen Badman. 
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Lauren Saria
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