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Tiffany Chin is the Denver Editor for Miss A. She was raised in Hong Kong, and has traveled extensively around the world. She currently calls Denver her home, and can be found exploring local restaurants, attending festivals & entertainment events, and shopping to fulfill her obsession with dresses. She has found Colorado to be one of the best states in the country, and loves that it provides everything she left back home. In her quiet time, she plays the piano, cooks, sews, writes poetry and visits the mountains from time to time.

MOPS CHOPS In Denver With Next Food Network Star, Melissa d’Arabian To Benefit MOPS International

Are you a local foodie? Known to be culinary “chic”? Or have a significant love for food? Engage your culinary love and join MOPS International with Melissa d’Arabian in MOPS CHOPS, an intimate evening of culinary creativity on May 16th. Hosted at the Kitchen Table Cooking School, tickets include a 3 course meal with wine. Proceeds go to support the mission of MOPS (Mothers Of Preschoolers) International.

(photo credit: MOPS International)

(photo credit: MOPS International)

Denver-based MOPS International is a non-profit organization that creates communities to help mothers in Denver and beyond by providing support groups to help  “Better Moms Make A Better World.” Founded in 1973, MOPS International has served millions of mothers and families in thousands of local MOPS groups across the U.S. and in 38 countries internationally.

Melissa d’Arabian has a love and talent for culinary arts. After earning her MBA from Georgetown University, Melissa enjoyed a successful career in finance and strategy before becoming a stay-at-home mom. Passionate about sharing her tried-and-true recipes and money-saving tactics, Melissa competed on and won “The Next Food Network Star.”

Melissa d'Arabian (photo credit: MOPS International)

Melissa d’Arabian (photo credit: MOPS International)

Since then she’s hosted two popular TV series – Food Network’s Ten Dollar Dinners and Cooking Channel’s Drop 5 Lbs. with Good Housekeeping.  Her first cookbook Ten Dollar Dinners debuted in August 2012 and became an instant New York Times bestseller.  

Explore food with Melissa d’Arabian in this fun-filled evening of culinary creativity!
WHEN: Thursday, May 16 at 6pm
WHERE:
Kitchen Table Cooking School
6380 S. Fiddlers Green Circle, Greenwood Village
Ph. 303-696-2711
TICKETS: $500. Please call Moria Cox at 303-696-2711 or mcox@MOPS.org to purchase tickets.

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