Le Cordon Bleu soup sale benefits Boston bombing victims

 
 
Le Cordon Bleu chef-instructor Cole Kraft
Le Cordon Bleu chef-instructor Cole Kraft

Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts has come up with a way for South Floridians to eat well and do good on behalf of Boston bombing victims: Chef-instructor Cole Kraft and his students will make 30 gallons of New England clam chowder, and sell it to benefit the One Boston Fund. Stop by the school’s Technique Restaurant, 3221 Enterprise Way, Miramar, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday to pick up a $6 pint or $10 quart, or just fork over the money and ask that your soup be donated to a Boston homeless shelter; 954-628-4400.

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