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Soup For You; Pocket Brunch May Offer More Seats

Jeff Landry of The Farmer's Table at the Soup Boutique truck in Portland on Tuesday.
Jeff Landry of The Farmer's Table at the Soup Boutique truck in Portland on Tuesday.
Photo: Courtesy of Hood Dairy

PORTLAND - Soup Boutique, a food truck operated by Hood Dairy, will be in Portland tomorrow through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. offering free soup samples. One of the soup recipes is by local chef Jeff Landry, of The Farmer's Table; the other is from Boston-area caterer Jonathan Dunn of Lavishly Dunn Catering. Fans can track the truck on Facebook and on Twitter using the hashtag #HoodSoupTruck to win a Hood Soup Boutique prize package, which includes a $100 restaurant gift card, coupons, cookware, and a cookbook. Hood is also donating $1 to The Good Shepherd Food Bank for each soup sample distributed. [Eater Wire]

PORTLAND - Proving that it truly is the hottest ticket in town, the next Pocket Brunch themed "Kings & Commoners," sold out today in under two hours. An announcement on the Facebook page reads "KINGS & COMMONERS has SOLD OUT! But stay tuned because we may be releasing more tickets tomorrow upon re-evaluation of the space!!!"

BANGOR - The public is invited to nominate local professional chefs to compete in the Maine Chef Challenge 2013, a benefit for The Eastern Maine Community College Foundation scheduled for March 22. The Bangor Daily News has the nomination form.

· Pocket Brunch [FB]
· Maine Chef Challenge 2013: Call For Nominations [BDN]