Kellogg’s Teams Up With Celebrity Chef To Offer Cereal Culinary Event
To benefit the No Kid Hungry campaign, Food Network personality Duff Goldman will offer a cereal-based full-course menu for Kellogg's NYC guests
Breakfast cereal is about to get elevated thanks to famous pastry chef Duff Goldman. The chef will be partnering with Kellogg’s for a special culinary event at the brand’s space in New York City, from which the proceeds will benefit the No Kid Hungry campaign.
Goldman used different Kellogg’s flavors like apple, maple and cinnamon to create dishes that celebrate the fall. According to Goldman, “It was so fun to get out of my comfort zone and discover the endless possibilities of cereal—hopefully my creations will inspire everyone to experiment in their own kitchens.”
In addition, the initiative serves charitable ends: Each diner at the event will be asked to pay what they wish, with all the proceeds going to No Kid Hungry to fight child hunger. The event will be held from September 12-13 and reservations can be made via opentable.com.
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