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5 Waterloo Region chefs take up food hamper challenge

Every year, people in Waterloo Region depend on food banks to get enough to eat. But a food hamper offer limited choices. So we asked local chefs to create some dishes from a typical hamper.

Every year, people in Waterloo Region depend on food banks to get enough to eat. But a food hamper can offer limited choices.

So we asked chefs from Little Louie's in Cambridge, the Nith River Chop House in Wellesley, Entertaining Elements and Marisol Restaurante in Kitchener, and  Nick & Nat's Uptown 21 in Waterloo, to create some dishes from a typical hamper. 

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