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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Chefs Make Change

Bad news: Striped bass could be a thing of the past thanks to poaching and overfishing. But there’s hope. Chef and fisherman Kerry Heffernan is working to save the fish through a campaign called SOS, Save Our Stripers.

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Do-Gooders

This past May, F&W Best New Chef and co-owner of Philadelphia restaurants Fork and High Street on Market Eli Kulp sustained a serious spinal cord injury in an Amtrak derailment. Kulp is currently in recovery but the medical expenses are steep—which is why friends, family and other members of the industry are helping support him through a GoFundMe campaign and fundraising events.

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Chefs Make Change

For the month of June, chefs around the world will participate in the Eat (RED) Drink (RED) Save Lives campaign to raise 
money for The Global Fund to fight AIDS. Here, three star chefs share their favorite red food.

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Chefs Make Change

Last night, Mario Batali and 10 other star chefs prepared a sure-to-be-legendary dinner for 1,000 guests who'd braved torrential rain. Their reward: an amazing four-course meal and a live performance from The Roots as a kickoff for today’s launch of EAT (RED), DRINK (RED).

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Chefs Make Change

Launched by chef Michael Lomonaco, the #DineOut4Nepal campaign, running through the end of May, unites restaurateurs across the country in their commitment to donating part of their proceeds to relief efforts in Nepal.

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Chefs Make Change

Here are seven ongoing opportunities to dine out for good around the US.

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Chefs Make Change

On Sunday, May 31, F&W Chef-in-Residence Mario Batali will host an epic al fresco dinner on Manhattan’s Pier 26.

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Chefs Make Change

Spring is finally here, which means so many good things. The farmers' markets flower situations are on fire. Game of Thrones is back. F&W’s newest hashtag is #BringOnSpring (tag your Instagrams!). And the annual Edible Schoolyard Spring Benefit, one of the epic dinner parties of the year, is here tonight, April 13, in downtown New York City.

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Chefs Make Change

March 20 just got even more delicious on our calendar. The list of reasons for joy is long: the first day of spring, National Ravioli Day, Bock Beer Day and now the first annual Macaron Day PDX. 

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Chefs Make Change

A few weeks ago, Cookies for Kids Cancer threw a little dinner party. That party raised over $1.1 million for research for pediatric cancer. Some 500 guests got to eat a lot of uni and truffles. And cookies.

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