You don't have to be Michel Richard, Bryan Voltaggio or Mike Isabella to help end childhood hunger. Top names in the Washington, D.C., culinary world showed off their talent last night to support Taste of the Nation, a Share Our Strength fundraiser. The event raised about $200,000, thanks to 1,500 attendees, 80 chefs,12 mixologists and numerous sponsors. Venerable culinarians and innovative mixologists are participating in Taste of the Nation events in other cities, but Share Our Strength ...

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