The Churchill is proud to partner with local farmers, bakers and chefs to launch an innovative weekly curbside produce and food pickup service that helps people Valley-wide to cook like a chef, while directly supporting local farmers and restaurant workers in need. Offered online at www.thechurchillphx.com, The Churchill’s new Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program offers three different sizes of pre-packed boxes ($20, $30 or $40) filled with the freshest foods from the Valley’s own Sun Produce Co-op, Noble Breads, Hickman’s Eggs and Northerly Oats (plus optional to-go beer, wine and cocktails from The Churchill’s on-site The Brill Line).
The Churchill’s new CSA program has also partnered with top local chefs such as The Churchill’s own Bernie Kantak (Citizen Public House, The Gladly, Commander Hamburger), Danielle Leoni (Breadfruit & Rum Bar), Doug Robson (Gallo Blanco, Otro Café) and James Beard Award-winner, Charleen Badman (FnB), to offer a Chef’s box ($40) with ingredients and recipes personally curated by each week’s featured chef.
Most important, all proceeds from each Chef’s box will be donated directly to support out-of-work staff at each chef’s restaurants. And the sales of all CSA boxes at The Churchill will also provide critical support to small local farmers who have lost a large portion of their business selling to restaurants and farmer’s markets.
Customers are also encouraged to Buy One, Give One, meaning they can choose to donate a produce box to support local nonprofits, St. Mary’s Food Bank and Pinnacle Prevention, an Arizona-based nonprofit organization dedicated to growing healthy families and communities.
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