“Lavish Brunch” benefits hospice care


Over a hundred people spent their Sunday learning master culinary secrets at the Corning Country Club.

The culinary class “Lavish Lessons in Brunch” costed $75 dollars per person.  The proceeds benefit local hospice care and grief programs for CareFirst.

Nationally acclaimed food writer, Rochelle Bilow worked with Corning Country Club’s Executive Chef, Garrett Saunders to provide a lavish culinary demonstration featuring premiere epicurean delights.

The event included a culinary demonstration, full champagne brunch, silent auction, and book signing of Bilow’s book, The Call of the Farm.

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