The First Kitchen & Tasting Tour Is Coming to Scottsdale on February 23

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Do you enjoy drooling over newly remodeled kitchens? How about donating money to a good cause? Well, you can check both off your list on February 23 at the 1st Annual Kitchen & Tasting Tour, hosted by the Arizona Chapter of the Lymphoma Research Foundation in Scottsdale.

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This self-driven tour happening from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. will feature upscale homes, chefs, and designers with all proceeds benefiting the Lymphoma Research Foundation, the nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to providing funding for research and service in the lymphoma community.

For $40 per person, guests will get the opportunity to view new and remodeled high-end kitchens in North Scottsdale. Each kitchen will showcase professionally staged tablescapes by local designers such as Flora Bella and Blue Desert Interiors, as well as offer a signature sampling of dishes from participating chefs and restaurants including: My Fit Foods, AZPops, Chef Tony Rea of Creations in Cuisine Catering, Food Artist Sue Carlisle of Straight to the Plate, and Chef Laura Slama of Celebrated Cuisine.

A selection of Valley chefs, architects, builders, and designers will also be on hand to answer all of your kitchen-related questions, from cooking to construction. Whether you're a sucker for self-guided tours or looking for some serious kitch-inspiration, the Kitchen & Tasting Tour promises to bring a little bit of everything to the table -- so to speak.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit lymphoma.org/Arizona or call (480) 305-2027.

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