Are you hungry to support the Boys and Girls Club of Conejo Valley?
Last year, 805 Living’s “Dishing It Out for Charity Challenge” proved that pairing a desire to give back with a special dish from a fine restaurant is the perfect recipe for a season of giving. For the second year in a row, restaurants from around the region are stepping up to the plate. Each one has developed a distinctive dish, and for every one sold during November and December, each restaurant has pledged to donate $2 to the charity of their choosing. Last year, the Charity Challenge raised more than $16,000.
This year you can support the Boys and Girls Club of Conejo Valley by visiting these incredible restaurants and ordering these meals:
Sabor Cocina Mexicana:
Chef and owner Leticia Hansen says she supports Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley because of ‘my love for all kids.’ She presents a seasonal dish redolent with fall flavors: Chile Relleno de Pavo – roasted chile pasilla, turkey picadillo, crema, queso fresco, pumpkin seeds, and butternut squash sauce.
Lobby Lounge at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village:
The hotel has a close relationship with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley, and it traditionally hosts the organization’s annual gala. Executive chef Jose Fernandez’s Spanish background influenced his choice of Charred Octopus with fresh mint & cilantro salad, which combines dried chili-marinated octopus, roasted butternut squash, Cipollini onions, and freshly picked greens from the hotel’s garden.
Thank you to these incredible partners for their support of the Boys and Girls Club of Conejo Valley!