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Final fall Community Soup Night set for Tuesday

Staff report

OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. — The last Community Soup Night of the fall series is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 18, at Mamasake in the Village at Squaw Valley.

Soup Night — put on by nonrofits Tahoe Food Hub and Slow Food Lake Tahoe — brings the community together to enjoy a savory and affordably priced meal made from fresh, sustainably grown ingredients.

Chef Elsa Corrigan at Mamasake will have you smiling with her carrot-ginger and quinoa soup and an optional Asian bacon crumble.

The event lasts from 6-7:30 p.m. It’s only $5 for soup and bread, plus there will be live music by Ann Marie Sheridan and Caddywhampus Band, and a raffle with great prizes at both events. Get a kale salad for just $2 more.

Other food & drinks are available for purchase. No reservations are required. Visit tahoefoodhub.org or slowfoodalketahoe.org for more information.


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