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Raleigh’s Stone Soup Supper is set for Nov. 12

Chef Ryan Conklin of Rex Healthcare who recently was named statewide champion of the Got to be NC Competition Dining Series will be cooking at 11th Annual Stone Soup Supper on Nov. 12
Chef Ryan Conklin of Rex Healthcare who recently was named statewide champion of the Got to be NC Competition Dining Series will be cooking at 11th Annual Stone Soup Supper on Nov. 12 Courtesy of Got to Be NC Competition Dining Series.

Tickets are still available for Urban Ministries of Wake County’s 11th Annual Stone Soup Supper, which is being held at N.C. State University on Nov. 12.

For a donation of $25, each guest receives one piece of handmade pottery donated by the Triangle Potters Guild and the chance to taste soups prepared by more than a dozen Wake County chefs.

Participating chefs include Ryan Conklin of Rex Healthcare who recently was named statewide champion of the Got to be NC Competition Dining Series; Melanie Finkel of The Pit in Raleigh; Eric Gephart of Kamado Grille in Raleigh; Andrew Pettifer of Margaux’s Restaurant in North Raleigh; Scott Rowe of Prestonwood Country Club in Cary; and Jake Wolf of Capital Club 16 in Raleigh.

Soups are also available to go for $10 per quart.

The event is 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the N.C. State University’s Talley Student Union at 2610 Cates Ave., Raleigh. Tickets can be purchased online: urbanmin.org/stone-soup-2015/

Proceeds will support programs to alleviate and eliminate poverty in Wake County.

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