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Chefs Hold A Benefit For Injured Food Critic
Chefs Hold A Benefit For Injured Food Critic

AIR DATE: January 10, 2014

Two days before Christmas, local food critic Max Jacobson was hit by a car while walking in a crosswalk. He has been fighting for his life ever since -- and racking up some daunting medical bills. Now, the culinary community is coming to his aid. Some of the biggest chefs in Las Vegas are teaming up to host a culinary fundraiser on Sunday, Jan. 19. You can find more information about the event, called "Chefs to the Max," on Facebook.


Al Mancini, food writer, Seven Magazine

Rick Moonen, executive chef, RM Seafood

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