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Dine Well at Red and Contribute to Corazon Ministries

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Splashes of red are seen throughout Red.

Splashes of red are seen throughout Red.

If you haven't tried out restaurant, Red, at the Art Institute of San Antonio culinary school, this is a great opportunity. You'll not only support the students, but also contribute to Corazon Ministries.
The chefs and chefs-in-training at Red have designed the menu and will cook and serve in the dining room. (See menu below: all courses are paired with beer.)
Corazon Ministries, Inc. serves "the overlooked and ignored" (Matthew 25) by providing, clothing, health care, and substance abuse counseling, as well as offering a source of spiritual transformation. Corazon, the outreach ministry of Travis Park United Methodist Church, assists the marginalized and homeless populations through a variety of programs, and aims to treat everyone with dignity and respect.
Designer Dining at Red is Saturday, Nov. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the AI San Antonio, 10000 IH-10. Tickets are $125 per person, with $100 being a tax-deductible donation benefiting Corazon Ministries. The other $25 goes to students at Red, the student-run restaurant. Seating is limited to 50. For more information contact Shawn Campbell at Shawn78@swbell.net or call 210-804-1991. Checks should be made out to Corazon Ministries, Inc.   Designer Dining menu at Red: Soup: Curried butternut squash shoup, wild mushrooms and parmesan cheese Salad: Tempura fried figs, house-made ricotta, pistachio pesto, serrano ham, arugula salad, with Aleppo pepper gastrique. Appetizer: Merguez lamb burger, grilled pita, spicy red pepper hummus, crumbled feta cheese and créme fraÎche riata. Intermezzo Entree: Coriander and fennel-dusted halibut, crispy fingerling potatoes, braised fennel and wilted Swiss chard with kalamata olive vinaigrette. Dessert: Cinnamon-sugared doughnuts with dulce de leche ice cream, hazelnut brittle and Mexican hot chocolate.    
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