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Chef Kathy Collins, Photo by @brandihillcom for Nola MOCA Women Behind the Knife

Women of the Knife: Six local chefs collaborating at Nola MOCA

On August 19th at the will be holding a dinner to celebrate the First Coast’s Women of the Knife. Six of our female chefs will wow your taste buds with their culinary creations. The event is the brain-child of both Chef and Mico Fuentes, the Dining Room and Event Manager of Nola MOCA. They came up with the idea because of the focus on women in the . The chef’s list was chosen based on female chefs Collins had enjoyed working with in the past, and chefs she’s been wanting to work with. Chef Collins has been cooking at Nola …

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Love Feast

Secret Pop-Up Food Fair to Benefit Better Together Fund in Response to Orlando Tragedy has a thing for secret locations. For the past few years, she’s hosted lavish dinner parties featuring notable chefs in exotic locations ranging from abandoned buildings to wildlife preserves to cemeteries under brand. Building off the success of these events, she’s formed , an event-planning company that focuses on creating unique culinary and cultural experiences. In the wake of the tragedy in Orlando, Cari has joined forces with local philanthropist to produce Love Feast, a fundraising event benefiting the Better Together Fund. “We were looking for …

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The 21 Most Instagrammed Places in Jacksonville

The Instagram app, without a doubt, has been the driving force behind the revival of photography over the past 5 years. Sure, there’s the rise of the smartphone camera giving us the ability to take photos at any moment—nowadays, everyone has a camera in their pocket—but the inspiration among today’s masses to take more pictures and have people actually see them, comes from Instagram, or “IG” for short. There’s something going on inside the walls of Instagram that you just can’t find on Facebook or Twitter. Perhaps it’s the simple interface, along with the near non-existence of sharp everyday scrutiny, …

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