Events

10/30/2011
Mangos are the world’s most popular fruit and have become the darling of chefs across the U.S. We challenged 12 top chefs, two in each of the Mango Hometown Tour cities, to create a mango dish that represents their regional cuisine. The Mango Hometown Tour champions in each city contributed great energy to their winning mango recipe:
09/23/2011
The Mango Hometown Tour continued in Charlotte where local chefs Fran Scibelli of Fran’s Filling Station and Tom Condron of The Liberty competed to create a mango dish capturing the city’s local flavor and reflecting Southern cuisine. Chef Condron was named the winner by the panel of four local food experts serving as judges. Hosted at The Liberty,
09/16/2011
Enjoy Mangos Around the Clock! Mango Hometown Tour arrives in Hartford on August 26, when two star local chefs will compete in a mango taste-off. Chef Chris Torla of Trumbull Kitchen and Chef Billy Grant of Grants Restaurant have been challenged to create a mango-inspired dish highlighting late-night cuisine and Hartford flair. Come witness the throw-down
09/16/2011
The National Mango Board continued the Mango Hometown Tour in Cleveland where local chefs Steve Schimoler of Crop Bistro & Bar and Jonathan Bennett of Moxie, the Restaurant, competed to create a mango dish capturing the city’s local flavor and reflecting innovative seafood dishes. Chef Bennett was named the winner by the panel of three local food
09/16/2011
The National Mango Board continued the Mango Hometown Tour in Tampa where local chefs Ferrell Alvarez of Café Dufrain and Chris Ponte of Café Ponte, competed to create a mango dish capturing the city’s local flavor and reflecting American fusion cuisine. Chef Ponte was named the winner by the panel of three local food experts serving as
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