Taste Of Rim Country

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The annual Taste of Rim Country fills just about every space at the Payson Public Library as chefs from throughout the area share their best appetizers and desserts. There will only be 250 tickets sold for this year’s event, planned from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday, March 6. The tickets may be bought at the library in Rumsey Park.

Tickets for the annual Taste of Rim Country event to benefit the Payson Public Library are a hot item. With the event only a little more than two weeks away, time is growing short to get your entry into the culinary celebration. Only 250 tickets will be sold.

The 2010 Taste of Rim Country will be from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday, March 6 and tickets are $30 per person, with half the price being tax deductible.

The list of participating chefs is growing. Signed up so far are Steven LeMonier of Good Samaritan Society-Majestic Rim Senior Apartments; Maggie Evans of Verde River Rockhouse Bed & Breakfast; Kevin DeWitt of The Rim Club; Leonie Dobbins of Red Elephant Bakery & Café’ Cindy Fitch of Creekside Steakhouse; Kenny Tassell of Chili’s Grill & Bar; and members of the Payson High School Culinary Arts program.

The participants will be sharing their best appetizers and desserts.

Music will be provided by DJ Fred Carpenter and there will be an auction for a variety of great prizes, including an airline voucher valued at $1,000.

To learn more about the event, call the library at 928-474-9260.

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