What to Eat at Eat Your Heart Out

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Grub Street got the first look at Eat Your Heart Out’s fantastic menu line-up for their annual event, held at the Paradise on November 7. Tickets are $35 and benefit Zumix, a charity to help kids integrate their lives with music, and Future Chefs, which helps Boston youth get jobs in the culinary industry. Worthy causes indeed! The roster for the food-n-music bash looks awesome, with a slew of Boston’s favorite chefs participating.

Jeremy Sewall, Lineage
Chicken a la Kingsley, a tribute to Kinglsey Flood

Laura Henry-Zoubir, Church
Chili Idol: PT Farms chili with kidney beans, New Mexico chiles, Vermont clothbound cheddar and marrow cornbread

Tim Wiechmann, T.W. Food
Sunday, Bloody, Sunday: T.W. White Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae with Hibiscus-Raspberry Coulis, Pecan White Chocolate Sablé Cookie and Caramel Pecan Nougatine

Barry Maiden, Hungry Mother
Fried Chicken, inspired by Zac Brown Band

Matt Celeste, Island Creek Oyster Bar
A tribute to Jenny Dee & the DeeLinquents : Big Ol’ Shrimp (Spicy shrimp cocktail with pumkin-coconut jam)

Will Gilson, Adrian’s
“Dead Flowers:” Jasmine tea smoked salmon with sour cream panna cotta

Jamie Bissonnette, Toro / Coppa
Shout at the Devil, Deviled Crab Tostada

Seth Morrison, The Gallows
Fluff-Head (after Phish’s popular song) Bananas-Foster-Fluff-a-Nutter-Brûlée

Island Creek Oysters
Raw Bar

Michael Leviton, Area Four
Chinese Rock (dessert)

(Storyville’s Louis DiBiccari is also participating, but he hasn’t settled on a dish yet.)

Get your tix right here.

What to Eat at Eat Your Heart Out