Mama’s Kitchen proceeds from ‘Mama’s Day’ culinary event in La Jolla will help people in need

Don Breitenberg and Jeanne Jones of La Jolla with Mama’s Kitchen Executive Director Alberto Cortes, event chair emeritus Heather Bowden (2012, 2013) and Scott Gardner, event chair emeritus (2009, 2010, 2015)

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• PHOTO GALLERY: Click on the NEXT> button above to see 5 photos from the 2014 Mama’s Day event by Mama’s Kitchen.

It was the 23rd annual “Mama’s Day,” at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla Aventine on May 9, 2014 to raise funds for Mama’s Kitchen, a San Diego-based nonprofit that cooks and delivers hot, nutrition-specific meals to men, women and children affected by AIDS or cancer throughout the county, free of charge. The event featured more than 55 of San Diego’s premier restaurants, hotels, wineries and catering companies, each offering samples of their cuisine. The event also included music and live and silent auctions. Sam “The Cooking Guy” Zien served as the event’s culinary host. More information about Mama’s Kitchen at mamaskitchen.org

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