RFRK &The Children's Hunger Project!

THANKS TO THE CHILDREN'S HUNGER PROJECT FOR THE BELOW RECOGNITION OF OUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THEIR PROGRAM. WE ARE THRILLED AND FORTUNATE TO BE ABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO SUCH A GREAT CAUSE. 

Bob Barnes Founder of The Children's Hunger Project, Host & MC for the night Shannon Royer, Real Food Real Kitchen's creator Craig Chapman

"At the 2013 Melbourne International Film Festival, the first episode of season 2 of the series Real Food Real Kitchens was screened.  A local favorite, Chef George, was the star of this year’s inaugural episode.

The private screening and cocktail party facilitated a fundraiser for The Children's Hunger Project.

Money raised for this portion of the film festival will go toward feeding hungry kids served by The Children’s Hunger Project.  CLICK HERE for a direct link to the Real Food Real Kitchens website.

Craig Chapman, Producer of Real Food Real Kitchens, said, "I'm very excited, happy and proud to again be part of the 2013 Festival thrilled that we will be able to help these children in need."

Our sincere thanks to Craig and everyone at Real Food Real Kitchens for their support.  Mr. Chapman also supports Club Esteem and The Boys & Girls Clubs.

Here is a Real Food Real Kitchens Season 2 Preview – George Carpten Shrimp n’ Grits
http://youtu.be/NXUw8ksyYBM

This year there is a special feature “Resorts & Vacations” – Take a view -
http://youtu.be/r0Xn_KzynNA
 
Also this year, there will be an “International” feature – Here is a teaser -
http://youtu.be/puZ0U7E8J34

Real Food Real Kitchens is working with CenterPointe Church, Winn-Dixie, Matt’s Casbah and The Children’s Hunger Project to develop a series that will teach low-income parents how to cook more efficiently.  Here is a sample of what the programs will look like.
https://vimeo.com/68158901

post by Craig Chapman

Craig Chapman creator of Real Food Real Kitchens, Chef George Carpten III guest on season 2 of RFRK, and Bob Barnes Founder of The Children's Hunger Project.