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Foodie and blogger Chef John helps feed folks in San Francicso!

Submitted by on November 4, 2009 – 2 Comments

Just in time for Thanksgiving, food blogger Chef John of the Food Wishes blog spent the day with The Salvation Army’s very own Chef Anthony Pardi in San Francisco to exchange secrets for preparing that perfect holiday meal, while showcasing the Army’s local meal program.

Chef John!

Also, Chef John is challenging his hundreds of blog subscribers and readers to participate in the Turkey Drop Turkey Drive this Saturday by donating as many turkeys as they can fit in their car! His staff has crunched the numbers and says that a mid-sized car can fit up to 18 of the frozen birds! The winner of Chef John’s challenge will win a super-special prize. Check his blog to find out more.

Thank you San Francisco foodies for your special kind of love this Thanksgiving season.

Laine Hendricks contributed to this story too!

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