NECC’s Chef & Farmer Brunch exceeds expectations

rom left, Scott Morris visited with Brigit Jensen and Cathy Fenn at the Peony Vodka kiosk at the Chef & Farmer Brunch on Sunday, July 28, at Millbrook School. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — Famous chefs, European trips, a game dinner for six and a golf outing for four were all part of the allure for the Chef & Farmer Brunch held on Sunday, July 28, at Millbrook School. The brunch itself took place in a light and beautifully appointed building, but the action was outdoors. On one side of the building, the food was set up under tents, and at the other side of the building, tables held the items that were up for bid in a silent auction. Roughly 325 people attended.

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