Sixteen restaurants will participate in the first Culinary Community for Camillus House. Five percent of $25 fixed-price menus will go to Camillus House, which feeds the homeless and hosts a number of programs for the underprivileged. Recently, Michael Miller and John West Davis graduated from a Miami Dade College culinary program while living at Camillus House.
Sixteen restaurants will participate in the first Culinary Community for Camillus House. Five percent of $25 fixed-price menus will go to Camillus House, which feeds the homeless and hosts a number of programs for the underprivileged. Recently, Michael Miller and John West Davis graduated from a Miami Dade College culinary program while living at Camillus House. CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com
Sixteen restaurants will participate in the first Culinary Community for Camillus House. Five percent of $25 fixed-price menus will go to Camillus House, which feeds the homeless and hosts a number of programs for the underprivileged. Recently, Michael Miller and John West Davis graduated from a Miami Dade College culinary program while living at Camillus House. CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com

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