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Learn about the many ways you can support City Harvest!
Bravo’s “Top Chef” Judge and Food & Wine magazine's Special Projects Director Gail Simmons will be adding another title to her collection - Pitmaster.
From Sunday, June 28-Friday, July 3, guests at Hill Country Barbecue Market's Brooklyn location (345 Adams St.) will be able to enjoy a selection of special Simmons-smoked dishes, including Smoky Asian-Style Spare Ribs; Brisket Fried Rice; Summer Succotash; Peach Maple-Bourbon Skillet Bread Pudding; and a Charred Grapefruit Margarita cocktail.
Enjoy a fresh, affordable, chef-made dinner while supporting City Harvest—Munchery donates to help feed hungry New Yorkers every time you order their wholesome, delivered-to-your-door meals.
Give back by converting your Delivery Points into a cash donation to City Harvest. When you redeem your Delivery Points, Delivery.com will convert them into cash and send your donation to City Harvest – just $10 is enough to help feed up to 5 people for an entire week!
Designate City Harvest as your charity of choice on AmazonSmile, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to City Harvest!
Warm up this winter with SerendipiTea's City Harvest teas! City Harvest Black has an orchid scent and vanilla flavor nestled into the warm, deep notes of black tea, while City Harvest Green features a fusion of apple with jasmine scent, bringing a sweet floral taste to the grassy freshness of green tea. Both make thoughtful gifts, and you will want to stash some for yourself! 20% of proceeds from each of these teas are donated to City Harvest.