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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum Chef Jam 2012


John Porter, Clint Holley, Bonnie Flinner, Brian Bodar and
Ed Kubito (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum)


Bill O’Brien and Tina Warholic
(Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum)

Damon Ginnard, Tito Torres and Carlos DeJesus (Momocho) (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum)

Molly Smith, Nolan Konkoski, Kyle Martin, and Mike “Mustard” Logan (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum)


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum
Chef Jam 2012




                    “Chef Jam 2012,” a conglomeration of music, food and enthusiastic fans of both, kicked off this year’s edition with another sold-out performance and 21 of the area’s best culinary talents. The challenge was to present samplings of dishes tuned to each chef’s favorite music, and the results, as always, were fabulous.
    The team from SOHO offered Fleetwood Mack and Cheese — delicious! — and ZZ Top’s ‘Eliminator’ Empanadas drew a crowd. Chagrin Falls’ Umami presented “Rock and Roll” rockfish sandwiches, Washington Place paid tribute to Memphis Minnie with “Pig Meat on the Line” and Tom Petty’s “Honey Bee” inspired Jonathan Bennett and the Moxie crew to serve up caramelized honey ice cream cones.
    Nearly 1,000 guests turned out to wine, dine and rock to the music of Ivan Nevelle’s Dumpstaphunk and Cream of the Crop All-Stars. Funds raised for the evening — more than $10,000 — will support the Rock Hall’s nationally recognized educational programs, including Toddler Rock and Rockin’ The Schools, and the Ohio City Farm. STORY BY LINDA McMULLEN/PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOHN BASHIAN

 


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