How many times have you gone to a fundraising dinner only to find pork and beans, spaghetti and meatballs, and liver and onions as your menu choices?
But there’s a first time for everything, and if you were among those lucky enough to have secured a ticket for the 2017 Invest In Kids Gala, that is what you ate.
Names are deceiving, though, because this iteration of pork and beans wasn’t something from a can, and the liver and onions didn’t even come close to what moms from the 1950s fried up on the stove.
As he has in years past, Jensen Cummings rounded up a host of his fellow chefs to produce a strolling dinner that was anything but ordinary.
Pork and beans was El Five’s warm fava bean salad with dry-cured pork loin served tapas-style on grilled bread with tomato.
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Holly Johnson is one Hamilton County mom who knows how to stretch a dime. She's the co-founder with her husband, Greg, of the website ClubThrifty.com and writes columns for IndyStar showing you how to spend less and live more.
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