Celebrate The Great Flavors of Denver Prepared by the City’s Finest Chefs at WomenCook! 2014

Work Options for Women Announces the 10th Annual Tasting Event

Denver, CO – April 24, 2014 – on May 5, 2014, Denver’s top chefs come together to support the mission of Work Options for Women (WOW), an organization that helps individuals move out of poverty and towards self-sufficiency. This year marks the 10th annual WomenCook! Dining for a Difference gala held at Temple Emanuel.

Attendees will enjoy an elegant evening of culinary delights prepared by Denver’s most respected and creative chefs representing top-rated restaurants. WomenCook! is a walk-around tasting event with signature dishes served by these participating chefs:

·       Samm Sherman, Linger and Root Down
·       Jennifer Jasinski, Rioja, Bistro Vendôme and Euclid Hall
·       Elise Wiggins, Panzano
·       Kathleen Kenny Davia, Gateaux
·       Lisa Bailey, D Bar Desserts
·       Craig Dixon, Café Options
·       Tessa Schuler, WOW Café
·       Alex White, Jonesy's Eat Bar
·       Crickett Burns, The Truffle Table
·       Carrie Blake, Table 6
·       Letisha Steele, WaterCourse Bakery
·       Summer Polson, Project Angel Heart
·       Dana Rodriguez, Work & Class
·       Sheila Lucero, JAX
·       Sandra Adams, Grand Hyatt
·       Aniedra Nichols, Elway's Cherry Creek
·       Mary Nguyen, Parallel Seventeen, Street Kitchen Asian Bistro and Olive & Finch

For 10 years, the WomenCook! Event has been crucial to WOW’s ability to provide direct support services to those affected by poverty, homelessness and unemployment in Denver. All money that is raised from the WomenCook! Event will go towards job training, job placement and assistance for WOW students in the Denver community. More than 500 attendees participated last year and helped raise $141,356 to combat homelessness and poverty through WOW’s program. To purchase tickets please visit

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About Work Options for Women
Work Options for Women was founded in 1996 with a mission to combat homelessness and poverty by providing unemployed women with the confidence and skills they need to become gainfully and permanently employed in the food service industry. WOW has trained and placed more than 500 women in cooking and food service positions since its inception.

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